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Cattle farmer Dan Jenniges explains the benefits of rotational grazing– for his cattle that he sees are "very similar to people," for his bottom line and for water quality.
Christine Holland shows the challenges and benefits -- for herself and the community -- of cleaning up the Red River
Trout fisherman John Sorenson outlines the increasing tension for water resources amid increased irrigation and his hopes for increased protections for the Straight River.
Officer Corey Schmidt spoke to the press Friday morning. A woman was also hospitalized following the shooting in the 5400 block of S. 34th Avenue.
Foggy morning at Hazeltine. Big cheers, though.
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Hillary's role is fair game, sure, but people who sleep in glass houses and all that ...
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The negotiating team representing striking Allina Health hospital nurses has no recommendation for Monday's vote, according to a union statement.