In November of 2008, Minnesota voters approved the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment to preserve Minnesota’s outdoors as well as its history and cultural heritage.
Untold thousands of Minnesotans are vulnerable. They may need assistance with medical issues, food, child care and support, assistance with aging, with disabilities and much more.
Governor Mark Dayton has proposed the deepest payment cuts in history to Minnesota’s nursing home industry. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this story.
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Legislative uncertainty over education funding can have an effect on small school budgets as well as large ones – including charter schools like Cook County’s Great Expectations.
Four candidates interested in filling for the Hovland area District 5 Soil and Water Conservation District supervisor vacancy were interviewed by the Cook County SWCD board at a special meeting on Mon
The construction management firm hired by Cook County to oversee the new community center project has been brought on board to oversee other 1% sales tax building projects as well.
Progress continues on a $540,000 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant. The Flute Reed Partnership has appointed Stark Enterprises to be their oversight coordinator for all three projects in
President Barack Obama's 2012 budget calls for spending $350 million on a long-range Great Lakes cleanup program.
Isle Royale National Park is holding a public workshop to discuss the development of a Cultural Landscape Report /Environmental Assessment (CLR/EA) for the Washington and Barnum Island area of the par