The boy had been at Lions Park with family and friends.
Dinosaur Drive-Thru opens June 24 and runs through July 11.
He died in a Twin Cities hospital early Wednesday.
Travelers are clearly overlooking what northern Minnesota has to offer.
"I'm going to go out in the biggest possible way, performing at my very best," John said.
The award is the highest honor for civilian heroism in North America.
Officers also found "multiple" children on the scene, all of them unhurt.
A black bear in the house isn't something you see every day.
The agency says hot weather might be contributing to recent die-offs.
The latest figures from MDH.
The park board will sample the water at the beaches again on Wednesday.
Financially squeezed cities generally try to avoid cutting back on public safety. That means many turn to libraries, where shorter hours, fewer staff, and smaller acquisitions budgets are becoming common.
The bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey" is a little too steamy for some public libraries around the country. But up here in the northland we like steam. The Hennepin County Public Library tells the New York Times more people have requested holds on that book than any other the staff can remember. They've even offered a list of other spicy novels to read while you wait for "Shades of Grey" to be returned.
Authorities are still tabulating how many books may have sold by a woman who allegedly used aliases to obtain more library cards. Officials say many of the items were medical books. The bookstore is cooperating with the investigation.
The Duluth News Tribune reports the St. Paul-based company wants to help libraries continue to expand their collection of digital material with the "Cloud Library" system. 3M and libraries have worked together for more than 40 years, but other e-book services are already up and running. 3M's Tom Mercer says the company has "an opportunity to innovate and create the best platform for libraries." He also says in about three years, a third of all reading material sold in the U.S. will be digital.
A Minneapolis mother says a security guard told her to leave the Minneapolis Central Library because she was breast-feeding in public, despite Minnesota law that allows breast-feeding in public. The security company says it is turning the incident into a teachable moment for employees.
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