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Three Rivers Park District has been restoring wildlife habitat in its parks for 50 years. The Park District has successfully reintroduced a number of wildlife species over the years, including Trumpeter Swans, Osprey, Bullsnakes, and Spring Peepers. The Park District's newest reintroduction project is bringing Plains Hog-nosed Snakes to the prairies at Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, Rogers. Plains Hog-nosed Snakes are medium sized with an average size of two feet long. Females are normally larger than males. Their color is brown/gray with dark blotches. The nose is turned up and has the appearance of a hogÕs nose. They are a secretive snake that spends most of its time underground or under the grass.
Brian Dozier's bases-clearing double in the fifth inning lifted the Twins over the Rangers in Arlington, Texas, on Monday.
The late 19th-century clock atop City Hall in downtown Minneapolis is lit again after undergoing many repairs through the past year.
Guthrie brings Toni Morrison's 'Bluest Eye' from page to stage with poetic power.
Jeff Esler built a detailed replica of Nye's, the beloved piano bar and restaurant entirely out of Legos to ad to his collection.