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The portion of the trail in east Edina is to be done by 2017. The west portion, out for bid shortly, should be finished by 2018.
Ed Graff is focusing on the positive after the district's challenging year.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell paddled a canoe Friday off St. Paul to highlight the Twin Cities' urban park, lauded as a national treasure.
A story on B1 Thursday misidentified the Minnesota Supreme Court justice who wrote a dissenting opinion in a case involving Metro Transit videos. The justice…
Lisa Willkom walks three miles every day. She also does yoga four days a week. She sees exercise as vital activity to suppress her cancer as she moves into the last few months of her fatal diagnosis.
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Good leaders would direct their attention to where they can help, not to where they'll meet head-on with unaddressed costs and litigation.
It serves as the unofficial kickoff of the political season, with booths and exhibits intended to get voters thinking more seriously about the November elections.
The Twins will hire a presidential-level executive who will have authority over all baseball decisions yet be freed from the day-to-day particulars of the GM job. That person will then hire a GM.
Maine's bombastic Republican governor has built a reputation on his unfiltered comments, but his obscene tirade unleashed on a liberal lawmaker prompted Democratic lawmakers Friday to warn that the governor was coming unhinged and to call for a political intervention.