The longtime senator announced his diagnosis last week.
Longtime coach Mike Randolph resigned from Duluth East in June amid an investigation.
The Gooseberry River is flowing but at a lower rate. Along with lack of rain, exhausting stores of water in soils and wetlands contribute to low water levels in rivers, a hydrologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota said.
Affordable housing and infrastructure are the biggest line items.
Noting the potential payoffs to Minn., they urge the state's congressional delegation to do same.
Starting Aug. 9, U.S. travelers who are fully vaccinated with a Canadian-approved vaccine can travel to Canada.
Developer could break ground next spring on Point of Rocks Cottage Home Neighborhood.
Severe storm leaves wreckage and power outages.
MnDOT weighs returning site near Grand Marais to the Grand Portage Band.
We are launching a weekly feature to tell you about what's new at the many breweries and cideries in the Twin Ports.
An air quality alert has been extended to most of the state through Thursday morning.
The men weren't wearing life jackets.
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The colorful, meticulously detailed map is packed with stories of Native American lore, French Canadian explorers and some fun facts and sketches.
Border news Up North remains bad, and Canadian lodges dependent on U.S. visitors continue to suffer.
Sarah Grell's death this week was felt far beyond the umbrella of her service.
It was issued for most of northern Minnesota.
Wisconsin man says he helped with the dismemberment, according to the charges.
Authorities are investigating the killing of a man whose remains were found on the shore of Lake Superior in Grand Portage.
Utility aims to persuade customers to use lower-cost power at off-peak times.
Feds say fraudulent applications for the assistance were submitted by using stolen names, birth dates and Social Security numbers of at least 20 people.