THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES 2013 SIA Conference in Minneapolis/St. Paul
Author's note: There are a lot of unique features that make the Twin Cities in Minnesota worth visiting. One of those has to do with the bridges. Regardless of type, hundreds of them can be seen w... Posted on 6/13/13 at 4:34 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Home Sweet Home: China in Minnesota
All of you who've read my posts are awesome. Thank you for following along. While I'm sad to see this journey end, I'm excited with anticipation because this was just my first try. I'll be writing man... Posted on 10/27/12 at 11:31 AM
CAPITOL CHATTER Asian carp could threaten northern Minnesota
A new test shows Asian carp appear to be moving north on the Mississippi River, which could threaten waters in most of northern Minnesota.
Water samples in the Twin Cities tested positive for genetic... Posted on 10/21/11 at 6:35 PM
BEMIDJI - Last February, cousins Michael Gutschenritter of Wisconsin and Louis Gutschenritter of Georgia began planning a canoe trip from the Mississippi Headwaters at Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico.
Molly Miron, Bemidji Pioneer
, September 08, 2010
JACKSON — A little healthy competition never hurt anyone, and it just might help employees of two Jackson counties — one in Minnesota and the other in Mississippi — form healthy habits, improve their work and keep insurance costs down.
NEW ORLEANS, La. — With 55 percent of U.S.-grown soybeans making their way into the export market in 2008-2009, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council has developed a program to show producers statewide just how their checkoff dollars are helping to fund international marketing programs.
SFY International witness dire need for lock and dam improvements
NEW ORLEANS, La. – Four years ago, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council debuted the See For Yourself (SFY) program, geared to educate the state’s soybean producers on the path their crop takes once it leaves the field.
MINNETONKA — Gary Hoffman remembers clearly the first time he voiced aloud his desire to canoe the length of the Mississippi River.
“When I was a little boy and had gone up to Itasca, that’s probably when my dreaming began, but I began to vocalize it in the early ’70s,” he reflected. “I can remember sitting at Monticello on the river bank with my wife and two young kids, and we saw a couple of guys paddling by. I asked them where they were headed, and they said New Orleans. I turned to (wife) Jacqui and said, ‘Someday I’m going to do that.’”
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