THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Sabula-Savanna Bridge to be given away- any takers?
Here is a question for many who are involved in marketing historic bridges: 1. What types of bridges have you marketed and sold, 2. How big were they, 3. Were they sold in chunks or in its entirety,... Posted on 2/18/13 at 9:43 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Strange Places: Lake Nyos, Cameroon
People have already begun to resettle the area around Lake Nyos, a deep crater lake next to an inactive volcano in the small country of Cameroon, but they may look to the lake with cautious eyes. Over... Posted on 12/16/09 at 12:00 AM
DICKINSON, N.D. - Long grass is an ongoing battle in area small cities, officials say. Not only does it create an eyesore but it poses health risks, said Rex Herring, Southwest District Health Unit environmental health practitioner.
Ashley Martin, The Dickinson Press
, August 09, 2010
DULUTH — As the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee awaits federal data on Enbridge pipeline spills, the News Tribune has obtained records from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency that show dozens of oil spills in northern Minnesota over the past 30 years, dating back to when the company was Duluth-based Lakehead Pipeline.
John Myers, Duluth News Tribune
, August 09, 2010
PIPESTONE — Effective Monday, a change in federal law will allow people who can legally possess firearms under federal, Minnesota and local laws to carry firearms in Pipestone National Monument, according to National Monument Superintendent Glen Livermont.
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.’”
WORTHINGTON — Although the windsurfers wished the breeze would pick up, visitors to the Worthington Windsurfers Regatta and Unvarnished Music Festival found the weather perfect for watching a variety of band perform, strolling along Sailboard Beach and checking out the fun foods served by vendors.
WORTHINGTON — Young people who are currently impacted by a deployment, or who have a loved one in the military, are invited to participate in five summer camping opportunities in Minnesota through Operation Military Kids.
Volunteers needed to help collect trash, debris
WORTHINGTON — Worthington’s Early Risers Kiwanis group and the Lake Okabena Improvement Association are calling on all volunteers to help beautify the community’s parks and clean up trash around Lake Okabena and Whiskey Ditch on Saturday morning.
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