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Linda Eno owns Twin Pines on Lake Mille Lacs near Garrison. She says business is down this year because of the weather. Comment?
ISLE, Minn. -- People around Lake Mille Lacs and northern Minnesota often say that the state's walleye opener is "like a holiday." Some eagerly await the annual ice out, a rather obvious term that refers to the ice being absent from the lake. Comment?
The 66th annual Governor's Fishing Opener set for this weekend in Park Rapids may be one for the record books. Comment?
The Northern Dental Access Center in Bemidji -- which offers dental care to low income people -- is expanding to offer other family health services. Comment?
Our Ground Level series on the Minnesota's skills gap question wrapped up on the air last night but we're taking another bite of the apple with an online video chat at 11:30 a.m. today. Comment?
When the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development recently reported the results of a year-long study of job openings and why employers had a hard time filling them, a main conclusion was this: there is no simple one-size-fits-all answer to the problem. Comment?
Many citizens are hoping that we are near the end of the snow season. Hopefully that will be the case, though a number of observers have occasionally reported over 20 inches in April. Comment?
Posted at 10:52 AM on March 7, 2013 by Dave Peters Filed under: Economic Development , Skills gap A lot of people in rural Minnesota have been worried that the state won't have enough people with the right skills to fill available jobs in coming years in manufacturing, health care and other economic mainstays. Comment?
After 115 years, Eich Motor Company in St. Cloud has become employee owned through an employee stock ownership plan . Comment?
February has brought us a lot of low overcast, that's for sure. At my house, the last mostly sunny day was two and a half weeks ago. Comment?
Dense fog and periods of drizzle, perhaps freezing drizzle, will hamper travel in much of the southern two-thirds of Minnesota and into Iowa and Wisconsin. Comment?
There was an interesting exchange this morning between Margaret Anderson Kelliher, former House speaker and chair of a state broadband task force, and Duane Ring, Midwest Region President for CenturyLink and a member of the task force. Comment?
Minnesota Supreme Court Justices Helen Meyer and Alan Page have defeated GOP-endorsed opponents in what are officially nonpartisan races. Comment?
Late this afternoon a burst of snow, reducing visibilities to a half mile, was moving through central Minnesota. Comment?