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Under the plan, which could be finalized in a month, officials will start looking for healthy ones suitable for moving beginning in late autumn.
This winter's stretch of bitter cold has been downright blissful for full-time residents of Madeline Island, with subfreezing temperatures finally delivering a sheet of lake ice thick enough to drive over.
The distribution network is alleged to have brought multiple kilos of the drugs from Chicago, through the Twin Cities and into the Duluth area.
Once a decade or so, talks stir up the matter of dividing the sprawling Minnesota county.
The 7-2 vote came amid controversy, after the city Parks and Recreation Commission voted not to endorse it.
A growing cohort of gun-control activists are cautiously optimistic that this time, their voices will make a difference.
The school district's move to drop two beloved books has raised questions and debate about who decides the canon of literature — and when it can change.
The district made the decision to remove the two classics in an effort to be considerate of all its students.
Super Bowl LII's 10-day celebration of all things winter — ice sculptures, ice skating and even ice in cocktails down Nicollet Mall — culminated Sunday with record-setting cold temps outside as a warm U.S. Bank Stadium cradled a hotly contested game inside.
Deep loyalties to sports teams form early in life, establishing a culture of conduct, both good and bad, that can be difficult to change, sociologists and psychologists say.