STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Obama coming to discuss gun violence
By Don Davis
Next week is turning into gun week in Minnesota.
President Barack Obama kicks the week off with a Monday Minneapolis visit to discuss gun violence and state legislators plan to consider... Posted on 1/30/13 at 8:04 PM
NASCAR DAD Great Day To Go Biking
Just returned from biking 20 miles around GF on #2. Nice way to sun tan and get fresh air and exercise. Cars and trucks a little close at times. I pay taxes, so I can use the roads too. Stopped by for... Posted on 8/12/09 at 3:03 PM
CONFESSIONS OF A [FORMER] FAT GIRL Short and sweet
Went to the DQ today. Had to try the new midnight truffle blizzard. Ordered a small. Ate all of it. Not too bad.
Went for a walk tonight. Ended up walking nearly five miles. According to my Garmin, I ... Posted on 4/23/09 at 4:55 PM
In honor of June Dairy Month, Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson released the annual Top 100 list of Minnesota dairy farms demonstrating superior dairy herd management skills as measured by their cows’ low somatic cell count (SCC) average.
Agriculture ranks third in the total number of fatal work injuries behind construction and transportation/warehousing. It ranks first in the rate of non-fatal injuries per thousand workers and in this category it is more than double the rate of the next two industries, mining and transportation/warehousing.
Agriculture ranks third in the total number of fatal work injuries behind construction and transportation/warehousing. It ranks first in the rate of non-fatal injuries per thousand workers and in this category, it is more than double the rate of the next two industries, mining and transportation/warehousing.
Little girls dream about wearing a sparkling crown and being a princess in a beautiful and exotic country. For 21-year-old Meg Hintzen of Carlos, this dream is at the tip of her fingers. The only twist to the fairytale is that instead of ruling over a county, Hintzen hopes to be crowned the princess of dairy.
The dairy farmer-owners of Associated
Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI) will share $10 million in equity payments
this year. The cash will be paid to individuals based on the amount of
milk they marketed through AMPI.
Minnesota state health officials reported Thursday that routine disease surveillance has detected additional illnesses linked to consumption of raw dairy products from the Hartmann dairy farm in Sibley County.
With less than a month left to enter, thousands of Minnesota consumers have learned that a chance to win free groceries for a year is just a mouse click away. A Glenwood dairy farmer is featured in the promotion.
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