STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Moo-ving to winter
Have a cow? Want to learn a little more about saving money while improving soil fertility? Then moo-ve yourself to Cromwell on Wednesday.
The Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota is hosting a... Posted on 12/5/13 at 12:52 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Another of the Northland's legendary characters passes away
First, Richard Wozniak of Duluth's Young at Heart Records passed away Feb. 18 at age 94.
Now, Charlotte Zacher, the longtime owner of Charlotte's Cafe in Carlton, has died at age 99 (just a few weeks... Posted on 2/26/12 at 6:26 PM
WHAT'S THAT ROCK, ETC.? New rocks at the Cloquet public library
Visitors to the Cloquet public library may have noticed two new rocks near the main door. Runoff from the roof was eroding holes in the ground on either side of the door so I offered to put so... Posted on 12/4/11 at 10:21 PM
A member of the Barnum High School Class of 1939, Donald Long started in the Navy in March 1941 after a stint in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in Tofte. By Dec. 7, he had been stationed at Kaneohe Bay Naval Air Station — across the island of Oahu from Pearl Harbor.
The final votes were cast online Sunday, and the Locally Laid Egg Co. of Wrenshall soon will learn if it or one of three other finalists has been selected as the winner of a 30-second television spot during the Super Bowl.
More than 1,000 miles from Capitol Hill, Karen Diver says her people are bearing the brunt of Congress’ budget battles as federal budget cuts ravage funding for schools and health care on Minnesota’s tribal reservations.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety announced Wednesday that $925,000 in federal grants is headed to law enforcement agencies in Northeastern Minnesota to mostly support overtime pay in the continued “Toward Zero Deaths” campaign.
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