While a dry summer has wreaked havoc on Minnesota's farmers, pumpkin farmers are still seeing a bumper crop this fall, KARE-TV reports.
See video from KARE-TV below.
BMTN Newsletters Deliver The Biggest MN Stories
Both Rosario and Kepler went yard in the win.
The active, wet weather pattern is returning Monday.
A long streak could come to an end in Minnesota.
What a difference a year makes.
This comes a couple weeks after the Bde Maka Ska restaurant burned down.
The society had been threatened with funding cuts after changing the Fort Snelling sign.
The incident is now under investigation by the local school district.
The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. Saturday.
The body may have been in the water for several days.
The sixth overall pick scored a game-high 27 points.
They beat LSU 3-0 in a famous victory.
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.