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Gail Yliniemi-White recognized by fellow vet professionals MOORHEAD, Minn., Oct.
NEW SCOREBOARD HD LED VIDEO DISPLAY SPANS BLUE LINE TO BLUE LINE SAINT PAUL, Minn., Oct.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota finds barriers to a healthy lifestyle are present across our state, but people in rural areas are the most likely to cite difficulties. Eagan,
MHTA to honor Minnesota's top technology companies and individuals at the Nov.13 awards ceremony DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., Sept.
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announces that the U.S.
Meredith Butulis selected among other fitness professionals to present at Empower! Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS, Sept.
Kansas City/Overland Park and Topeka campuses now enrolling for the Professional Nursing Associate's degree program (ADN) TOPEKA, Kan., Aug.
Superior National Forest is a United States national forest that is located in the state of Minnesota, between the Canada – United States border. It is located in the Arrowhead Region and comprises an area of the Boundary Waters, which separates Canada and the United States. This forest holds 3,900,000 acres of protected lands and waters that are separated into numerous ranger districts, with over a quarter of the forest comprising the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. It was established in 1903...
Chippewa National Forest is a national forest located in northcentral Minnesota, United States, in the counties of Cass, Itasca, and Beltrami. The forest headquarters are located in Cass Lake, Minnesota. There are local ranger district offices in Deer River, Walker, and Blackduck. The forest encompasses 666,623 acres. Water is plentiful, with over 1,300 lakes, 923 miles of streams and rivers, and 400,000 acres of wetlands. The forest was established as the Minnesota Forest Reserve on...
Voyageurs National Park is located in the state of Minnesota in the United States. The park contains 218,200 acres of land ancient Native Americans. The first explorers of European descent arrived in the area in 1688. These were French fur traders and explores, known as voyageurs, the people for which the park was named. Logging began in 1880’s and 1890’s and was such a lucrative and uncontrolled industry that the forests there no longer contain abundant adult trees. Gold mining also...