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Bygones for June 22, 2018
'The Wall that Heals': Visitors, veterans pay their respects at Vietnam memorial replica in St. Paul
Study: Republicans see 'misinformation' in media at twice the rate of Democrats
Time running out for Wisconsin child tax rebate
Rolling Stone takes on Duluth after Trump visit
st louis county
Farmers, farmworkers openly diverge on immigration crisis
You no longer get a free Burger King Whopper if you have a World Cup star's baby
Commissioners frustrated with Line 3 options
27 new foods, 5 new vendors announced for Minnesota State Fair
Full Senate passes bill with PolyMet land swap included
Place a Business Announcement
Seeking new heights, Suns draft Ayton No. 1 overall
Timberwolves pick Georgia Tech guard
Huskies stay hot, bounce Border Cats
Golf: Enger Park to host 75th Reider Lund
Soccer: Lake Superior Open begins Friday
Sam Cook column: Living the good life, wave to wave
Things to Do
Photos: Solstice art on Park Point beach
Album review: Lowland Lakers make no-frills acoustic folk
Best bets: Mozart at the opera, art on Park Point and Pinocchio onstage
Rodney & Mable Ridgewell
John & Bonnie Dolezilek
Albert and Violet Parson
Barron Michael Field
Dorothy Jean Archer Gorny
Mary Jean Felknor
Sister Agnes Alich, OSB
Sally Anne VanReese
Reader's View: Yes to those who stood up to brutality
Reader's View: Separating families at the border shouldn't have happened
Reader's View: Scripture distorted to tear apart families
Reader's View: Congressional silence on Trump deafening
National View: Northland clearly needs action on flood-insurance reforms
2018 Nice Fish Photo Gallery
MN DNR Weekly Report for June 18, 2018
Field Notes: Wisconsin grouse drumming count way down
Northland Nature: Accidentally finding an ovenbird nest
Commentary: LOW, Rainy limit proposal seems reasonable
Ask a Trooper: Rules for passengers under age 18 riding ATVs, OHVs and motorcycles
Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and intellectual provocateur, dies at 68
Miss America says Girl Scouts played big role in her development
He saw a woman stranded in a wheelchair by the side of the road. What happened next made the world take notice.
Faces for June 17, 2018
Home and Garden
June 17, 2018
First-time homebuyers should get pre-approved, expect quick process
ST. PAUL—Texas transplants Ashlea and Nick Garrison attended a Twin Cities homebuying class on a Saturday in early May. The couple met...
June 17, 2018 - 6:45am
June 16, 2018
Unusual, slimy growths on cedar identified
Q: I've attached a picture of a probable fungus growing on our cedar trees. It's like Jell-O, slimy, smells like fish when touched, is bright...
June 16, 2018 - 8:14am
As emerald ash borer beetle approaches, an update on invasive insects
When it was first reported that the ravenous Japanese beetle had entered North Dakota and Minnesota, and the tree-killing machine called emerald...
June 16, 2018 - 8:13am
June 15, 2018
INDIEWATCH: Director’s take on ‘White Right’ feels personal
Deeyah Khan goes where she’s afraid to go. In documentary “Jihad,” she examines radicalism. She taps into honor killings in “Banaz: A...
June 15, 2018 - 1:45pm
Tuba, ukulele runner motivation a longtime London Road tradition
On the corner of 42nd Avenue East and London Road sits a duo of musical majesty. One musician strums the four strings of her ukulele. The other...
June 15, 2018 - 12:17pm
June 10, 2018
Swift's tale of the sisterhood of the traveling couch
It was love at first sight. I still remember my first glimpse of her, languishing across the room in a beam of sunlight and wearing that perfect...
June 10, 2018 - 9:33am
June 9, 2018
Botanical names can help pick the right hydrangea
Q: I'm new to gardening. I planted two hydrangeas from Sam's Club (not sure of the variety) yesterday, and I'm already thinking about winter...
June 9, 2018 - 6:50am
Commentary: Taking 'work' out of yardwork
FARGO — We're all friends here, so please feel free to talk openly. How do you view yardwork? Does caring for lawn, landscape and garden...
June 9, 2018 - 6:02am
June 8, 2018
Families can get portable gardens in Lincoln Park Saturday
Ecolibrium3 is holding a distribution event for its Stone Soup Portable Garden Project from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, behind the agency’s office at 2014 W. Superior St. in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Duluth. Stone Soup uses unrecyclable brewery grain sacks and works with...
June 8, 2018 - 7:29pm
June 2, 2018
Shrub with beautiful flowers identified
Q: Do you know what kind of shrub this is? The flowers are beautiful, and the bees are enjoying the blooms. It's about five to six feet tall...
June 2, 2018 - 8:30am
Commentary: The magnificent perennial named iris
FARGO — Old names have certainly circled back into popularity, and according to recent lists, garden-related names are back in style, too,...
June 2, 2018 - 8:25am
May 26, 2018
Commentary: When is a pine cone not a pine cone?
FARGO — It sounds like an interesting riddle: When is a pine cone not a pine cone? The answer: When it's growing on a spruce. In last week's...
May 26, 2018 - 8:20am
How to fertilize trees, shrubs, flowers and fruits
FARGO — Have you ever struggled with a some-assembly-required item, and hours later concluded that whoever wrote the instructions obviously...
May 26, 2018 - 8:15am
May 19, 2018
What do all the pine cones mean on transplanted spruce?
Q: We had 17 spruce transplanted a few years ago into our new lot. They are about 10 feet tall. What do all the pine cones mean? — Pamela...
May 19, 2018 - 8:51am
Dead or alive perennials, and how to tell
Which category of gardener are you? We fall into two groups when anxiously surveying our plantings every spring to see if shrubs, perennials...
May 19, 2018 - 8:37am