THIS WOMAN WRITES Wind Power -- for and by Small, Ordinary People
Sunday I spent the entire day reading.
For hours and hours I absorbed myself in The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, co-written by William Kamkwamba, the proponent of the tale, and Bryan Mealer. I was dra... Posted on 4/23/13 at 1:40 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Oct. 3rd-6-8 p.m., Acoustic Music
Oct. 3rd, Wednesday at Valentini's Restaurant on London Road Jane Aas and Greg Tiburzi will be be playing.
----Jane also sang a song on our HOPE CD (http://www.cricleofhopeduluth.org) that ... Posted on 10/2/12 at 7:44 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Hope CD, Fundraiser
Check out the Hope CD link on CD Baby.com to listen to the snippets of each song.
This CD is sold on CD Baby.com, in SuperOne Grocery stores (Duluth, Two Harbors, and ... Posted on 8/1/12 at 5:46 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I am going to do something I've not done before, I am going fishing. As you know of my inherent fear of water, you may now un-drop your jaw. I am leaving today with the boy... Posted on 7/16/12 at 8:36 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Minnesota on track to meet renewable energy goal
Minnesota electric utilities likely will meet the state's renewable energy standard, the state Commerce Department reports.
One of the country's strictest standards, it requires 25 percent of a utili... Posted on 1/31/11 at 5:31 AM
Our power is provided by Minnesota Power. Unfortunately for us, Minnesota Power is planning to use our backyard for part of a 230-kilovolt power line to convey power to Essar Steel in Nashwauk. We already have two 115-kilovolt power lines in our backyard, and Minnesota Power’s plan is to replace one with a 230-kilovolt line. Minnesota Power already owns about 118 feet of the west end of our 2½ acres. The company now wants another 50 feet.
Mountain Iron could become home to Minnesota’s second manufacturer of photovoltaic solar panels. The $6.85 million project would create 15 or more full-time jobs paying at least $13 per hour plus benefits when it begins operations next year.
A Bovey man pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing more $300,000 worth of copper from his former employer and selling the stolen metal to a recycler in Grand Rapids, the Itasca County Attorney’s Office reports.
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