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In this Weather Wednesday we explore the difference forests have on temperatures in the spring compared to snow covered fields.
StormTRACKER Meteorologist John Wheeler examines at the sluggish spring.
The Alexandria Fire Department, along with many other area fire departments, responded to the scene
The 12-member team typically trains monthly and will get out on the ice at least once in the winter.
Highway workers found a plastic storage container sealed with bungee cords and tape near Mille Lacs Lake.
The proposal would require all Minnesota district and charter high schools to offer an ethnic studies course by the 2026-2027 school year.
The measures move next to the Senate Finance Committee.
Titled “Mink Sink, Swim on Burbot Catch,” the 1954 article featured commercial fishermen who were netting the “voracious predatory monsters” through the ice on Lake of the Woods for use as mink food.
The USDA is working towards offering healthier meals for children at school, by lowering added sugar and sodium to food products.
Fielding Questions: Will this tree recover, best potentilla type, and the importance of seed-starting mix
This week, gardening columnist Don Kinzler gives the odds for survival of a flowering crabapple damaged by rabbits, recommends a potentilla type, and discusses the importance of seed-starting mix for new seedlings.