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Rochester teachers' signs get social media blowback
Loving Madagascar: Duluth native puts up with tarantulas in the shower and washing clothes in the river and doesn’t want it to be over
Rally against abortion bans planned for Saturday
Two arrested in Hibbing meth bust
Report addresses Bayfront traffic congestion
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Grandma's owner buys Lincoln Park building
Bill would restart study on copper-nickel mining near Boundary Waters
Self-driving trucks will carry mail in US for the first time
In stressful times, farmers need to add mental health to the to-do list
St. Scholastica occupational therapy clinic uses smart technology to help clients adapt
Place a Business Announcement
Minnesota native, NFL vet Ryan Harris knows Vikings assistants Kubiak, Dennison well
College men's hockey: Bulldogs add a goalie for next season; Perunovich, Richards to stay
Track and field: UWS thrower Wirtz in NCAAs
Rosas: Saunders earned Timberwolves coaching job
Minnesota United loans Romario Ibarra to Mexican club Pachuca
Things we like: Burger and onion rings at King of Creams
NUTRITION: Three easy ways to start your day with vegetables
Men have biological clocks, too
FOMO can lead to sleep issues and stress
Readings & Writers
Anastasia Violet Olson
Paul & Denise Dahlgren
Rev. Daniel Holm
Louise (Lulu) Johnson
Lester Keith Pearson
Kim M. (Dhooge) Schillinger
Paul James Vopat
Dorothy A. Thomas
Bernice F. Baldwin
Reader's View: Better market Enger, Lester courses
Reader's View: Tyrant isn't too strong a word
Local View: We can't save natural world if disconnected from it
Commentary: Farms are suffering from climate change and Trump's trade war. Here's how to help
In Response: Draw district boundaries so incumbents can't pick their voters
Bison help prairie get back to nature
MN DNR Weekly Report for May 21, 2019
Brad Dokken column: DNR increases elk permits in effort to reduce growing Kittson County herd
Glamping app offers quirky, quaint camping: Hipcamp.com encourages landowners to open space for camping
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May 19, 2019
Larry Weber column: The weird sound coming from the swamp
Walking at dawn at this time of May is a very interesting adventure. Despite the recent snow and cold, many migrants have returned and in the...
May 19, 2019 - 5:00am
May 11, 2019
Larry Weber column: A surprising bird at the feeder
Like many in the Northland, I maintain a bird feeder near the house. Mine is a feeder that is regularly stocked throughout the long and cold...
May 11, 2019 - 8:29pm
May 4, 2019
Larry Weber column: Blood roots add white petals to woods flora
It's early May and the woods comes alive with many spring things happening. Migrant songbirds are arriving in such numbers that when walking...
May 4, 2019 - 10:31pm
April 28, 2019
Larry Weber column: This is red maples' flowering time
It's late April, and the pace of spring happenings has been speeding up. We now have a sunset after 8 p.m. and the days are reaching 14 hours...
April 28, 2019 - 10:00am
April 20, 2019
Larry Weber column: Mosses begin greening in woods
When it comes to weather, April is a month that can run the gamut. Temperatures early in the month may be near zero degrees, as seen in April...
April 20, 2019 - 5:00pm
April 13, 2019
Larry Weber column: Another early morning bird sound
Walking between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. for the last couple of weeks has been a delight. Though cold and dark, the walks have been anything but disappointing....
April 13, 2019 - 10:25pm
April 6, 2019
Larry Weber column: Geese, swans in open water
Like a couple of the previous months, March showed quite a difference between the first half and the second. While the average temperature in...
April 6, 2019 - 7:53pm
March 30, 2019
Larry Weber column: Catkins grow on early-spring trees
As we exit the 31 days of March, we can look back on a month that gave us the vernal equinox — the first day of spring — but much...
March 30, 2019 - 6:00pm
March 23, 2019
Larry Weber column: Looking for the very early migrants
By the end of March, after the vernal equinox, the hours of daylight are greater than that of darkness — first time since last September,...
March 23, 2019 - 6:29pm
March 16, 2019
Larry Weber column: They also wintered with us
As we approach the vernal equinox — the first day of spring — most of us look forward to the new season, whether we are winter weary...
March 16, 2019 - 8:41pm
March 9, 2019
Larry Weber column: Snowpack in the March woods
For many years, March was considered the month of the most snowfall. Though modern weather statistics say this accomplishment now belongs to...
March 9, 2019 - 8:04pm
March 2, 2019
Larry Weber Column: Woodpecker drumming winter to spring
The first two months of this year gave us much to remember. Near record-setting cold on some late-January days followed by a record-setting snow...
March 2, 2019 - 6:00pm
February 24, 2019
Larry Weber column: February brings rime, rope
The second half of January was quite different from the first half and gave us some winter weather to remember. Most was in the form of cold....
February 24, 2019 - 5:00am
February 16, 2019
Larry Weber column: Red-backed voles in the spruce woods
Daylight rapidly gets longer as we go through February. Last week, we passed 10 hours for the first time since early November and by the end...
February 16, 2019 - 6:00pm
February 9, 2019
Northland Nature: Arrival of the goldfinches
January was certainly was a month to remember. We started with temperatures quite a bit warmer than normal; even a record-setting 40 degrees...
February 9, 2019 - 9:12pm