A new wildlife management area in central Minnesota has been dedicated to local veterans.The 604-acre site will provide a place for people to hunt and enjoy nature. It will be open to both veterans and the general public.
A suburban Minneapolis home where more than 200 snakes reside has passed a local inspection. Authorities in Coon Rapids began keeping an eye on the house several years ago after neighbors complained about a foul smell coming from the yard.
Minnesota grape growers are reporting a harvest shortage after an especially harsh winter. Minnesota Grape Growers president Irv Geary says many northern vineyards have lost all or most of their grapes this year.
The current Washington standoff over highway construction dollars is causing some discomfort among the people charged with keeping Minnesota's roads and bridges in proper shape. Without a deal soon between Congress and President Barack Obama, the federal Highway Trust Fund could run dry.
A Brainerd man is back in jail after resuming operations of what officials call an illegal flea market. A judge sent Chad Ross back to jail Friday. He will stay there until his yard sale is cleared or he completes his 270-day sentence.
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