While a dry summer has wreaked havoc on Minnesota's farmers, pumpkin farmers are still seeing a bumper crop this fall, KARE-TV reports.
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It comes on the same day that MPR and APM employees called for immediate changes within the organizations.
The city passed a new ordinance in hopes of preserving its character, which requires all single-family new builds and remodels to be approved by the city.
Classes have been canceled for Wednesday, and will resume via distance learning Thursday.
Kelly Blodgett started Money Gal Coaching after paying down nearly $50K in debt in 18 months.
The two-time national champ is expected to be in consideration as the No. 1 pick.
The money was allegedly stolen over a four-year period.
A 25-year-old man is being held in custody on charges of intentional homicide.
The man was working to remove a tree that had been uprooted during a recent storm.
Game 1 is set for Tuesday night.
Thanks to the hot, dry weather this summer in Minnesota, hopes for a vibrant fall colors are fading away. In addition to lawns and crops, the weather conditions could impact trees and plants of all species, causing some of them to change color early.
David Starner of Hoffman has been challenging himself to grow a half-ton pumpkin since 2002. Finally this year, after installing heating cable in his garden soil and building a mini greenhouse over each seedling, Starner thinks he's done it. According to the pumpkin's measurements, it should weigh in around 1,029 pounds.
Beneath that dry topsoil the ground remains saturated. It would take a dry winter and spring to really reduce next year's flood chances.
Snowmobilers discovered decades ago that their machines, designed to ride over snow and ice on a treaded track instead of tires, could skitter over open water for short stretches at high speed. The Wall Street Journal examines what is now a full-blown Minnesota summer sport.
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