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Manypenny "was unafraid to speak up and speak truth to power," said his daughter, Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan.
As the number of suburban curling facilities grows, Minnesota fans say there's more than enough demand for additional ice as more people try the social sport.
The investigation by Berean Baptist blamed the Rev. Wes Feltner for misuse of power in dating two teenage women in his youth group.
South St. Paul council grants other owners provisional agreements.
Getting more people involved, strengthening local ties and building cultural center are among the achievements.
Limb amputation is common in cats and dogs, but no one had heard of a flipper amputation on an otter.
Emerald ash borer's toll keeps growing, but processing the tree waste into fuel or mulch carries a cost.
Three members will take on new roles on the business council at the end of the month, when Vig steps down after eight years as chairman.
Shakopee City Council stands firm, leaving Riverside Fields users to ice skate just a mile away.
His last day will be Jan. 31, when the SMSC's new Business Council will be inaugurated, a spokesperson said.