The arboretum's name was a nod to Carl Linnaeus, the 18th-century Swedish botanist.
It may have been a case of mistaken identity.
The drive-through display was launched last year as a pandemic-friendly event.
Kelly Blodgett used her passion behind becoming debt free to launch Money Gal Coaching.
The old Target building has been vacant for years, having closed back in 2018.
Two water towers in the state are currently in the top five vote-getters.
The principal's family asked that the district share he took his own life.
Police suspect he was high on methamphetamines.
The district is looking to address coming enrollment and funding issues.
The school's football season was canceled last month.
The Duluth Kennel Club Dog Show is showcasing more than 3,000 dogs from across the state this weekend. The event -- which is taking place through Sunday -- features 140 different breeds of dogs, and will reward titles for categories such as best in breed, best in obedience and best in show.
Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel from Minnesota are about to star in their own reality show on TLC. People magazine said the show, "Joined For Life," will follow the Hensels as they prepare to graduate from college and search for a post-grad job.
Engine problems forced Allegiant Air Flight 449 back to Duluth shortly after takeoff Friday. No one was injured, but some passengers aren't too pleased with the discount airlines' customer service.
The grave of a St. Paul solider who died in the Battle of Antietam during the Civil War will be re-dedicated Saturday at at Calvary Cemetery in St. Paul. Pvt. Edmund Sampare of St. Paul died during the battle on Sept. 17, 1862. The re-dedication of the grave will mark the last Civil War remembrance event in Minnesota this year to mark the 150th anniversary of the war.
The five-member band from Duluth performed the song "Alone" from their new album "Stars and Satellites." Trampled by Turtles had plans to play on the late-night talk show this summer, but a cancellation moved-up their network TV debut.
Volunteers who toiled for several years to create a World War II glider out of restored parts unveiled it in Eagan on Wednesday. During the war, Minnesota was the second-largest manufacturer of the aircraft, which were used to quietly move men and materials into enemy territory. On Thursday, the glider will be moved to the Fagen Fighters World War II Museum in Granite Falls.
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