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Farmer won’t be punished for selling raw milk while on probation after plea deal

A Minnesota farmer, on probation for pleading guilty to illegally selling raw milk two years ago, will not be punished after he was found transporting unpasteurized milk – a violation of his probation.

June 12, 1964: Unknown Rolling Stones booed in Minnesota

Fifty years ago today – before the Rolling Stones made it big – the mop-haired British quintet had to do a gig at Big Reggie’s Danceland ballroom in Excelsior, Minnesota. It did not go well.

First-of-its-kind Wisconsin test of weapon against zebra mussels

Scientists in Wisconsin are planning to apply a special experimental pesticide on an inland lake in northern Wisconsin in hopes of killing off zebra mussels that have attached themselves to native mussel beds.

‘Noble’ bison could be named official mammal of the U.S.

“I can think of no more noble an animal to name as the official mammal of the United States," a North Dakota Senator said when announcing a bill that would put the bison on the same pedestal as the bald eagle.

Running of the bulldogs and other Father’s Day ideas

Still on the hunt for something to do with dad this weekend – how does some organized chaos sound?

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