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In the small town of Edgerton, Minn., where a shallow aquifer readily absorbs leaching farm chemicals, residents pay extra every month for muncipal treatment that makes their water safe to drink.
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The Twins managed to scrape together enough to defeat the Roayls 5-3 on Saturday, but face questions on the mound about Mike Pelfrey and Ryan Pressly.
July 4th was the perfect time for some fireworks and fun across the Twin Cities.
Gallery: Minnesota's first same-sex couple known to apply for a marriage license are still married today
Tucked into the Supreme Court's ruling for same-sex marriage: "Baker v. Nelson must be and now is overruled." Jack Baker and Michael McConnell, the first same-sex couple known to apply for a marriage license are still married, today, and live in a south Minneapolis home they've restored over the years. They thought their case might be mentioned in the high court's ruling but were surprised by the word "overruled." And they were overcome with the beauty of the opinion's language. "We waited for years, but the question we posed in 1970, they answered."