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With fall on the horizon, Minnesotans should do all they can to enjoy as many outdoor music events that the area has to offer before the weather eventually turns.
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It seemed to be a blast from the past: A group of former and present legislators and feminist leaders announced at the State Fair this week that a busload of Minnesota feminist activists would travel to Washington, D.C., for a Sept.
When you think of Minnesota State Fair food, you may think of cheese curds, corn dogs and gooey cookies.
While readers of the London-based Economist may be familiar with its pro-prostitution stance, this largely European perspective about the economic value of the "free market" of prostitution is not one that Minnesota shares.
Another American traitor paid the ultimate price for joining up with the bloodthirsty Islamic State terrorist group when he was killed in a weekend fight with a Syrian opposition group, officials said.
The tractor pictured, named the X-1 and completed in July 1973, was the first prototype for the D10 tractor and was only used for testing.
With the elderly comprising an estimated 90 percent of seasonal influenza's death toll, the flu vaccination rate among a group of professionals working closely with this age group - staff at hospitals, clinics and nursing homes - should be 100 percent or very close.
Times Writers Group: Red tape challenges reducing nitrates in soils Change farming rules faces a vexing web of government agencies Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/08/27/times-writers-group-red-tape-challenges-reducing-nitrates-soils/14712577/ Times columnist Phyllis VanBuren notes that five state ... (more)
Douglas McCain, a Minnesotan who had been killed fighting alongside ISIS, was childhood best friends with another American who had joined an al Qaeda-linked terror group fighting in Somalia.
This is the castle playhouse made by Minnesotan Andrey Rudenko using 3-D printed layers of concrete.
It's been beautiful, fall-like weather the past few days, and fairgoers seem to appreciate it.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune : New Minnesota Vaccine Requirement Inspires Pro-Vaccination Effort For the first time in a decade, Minnesota schoolchildren are required to receive additional vaccines this fall.
Our View: 6 days left of summer on a stick State Fair offers much more than food; think concerts, competitions Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/08/26/view-days-left-summer-stick/14659893/ Technically, there are 26 days left of summer.
'No Water Contact' advisories are now in place for the following beaches: Agate Bay Beach, Lakewalk East/16th Avenue East Beach, Grand Marais Campground Beach, Twin Points Public Access Beach, Bluebird Landing Beach, Brighton Beach, Lester River Beach, -42nd Avenue East Beach, Lakewalk Beach, Minnesota Point Harborside/15th Street Beach, Clyde ... (more)
Thousand of in-home health care providers in Minnesota have voted to unionize. About 60 percent of the roughly 5,800 care providers taking part in a union election say they support organizing.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:10 pm
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