February’s average low is 12°F, the average high is 29°F. Those averages, though, are bracketed by a record low of -33°F and a record high of 64°F. And that might get worse.
I was startled last summer to discover that several of the “beautiful” roadside plants I had been admiring were classified as invasive.
If you were to look at the Iron Range as if it were a startup company and you were an angel investor considering your options, which strategy would you support, mining or high tech?
How many “high-paying” Minnesotan jobs will be created if we need to clean up a mess from mining in Minnesota created by an event similar to the one in Canada?
With 90 Soil and Water Conservation Districts, hundreds of cities and towns, 87 counties and a multitude of watershed management organizations, can Minnesota muddle its way through to better management of our water resources?
How early can the gales of November arrive, and does it make a difference?
Transportation infrastructure is a major benefit — but who should pay for it?
Can’t we think of a less risky way to get 360 “high-paying” jobs created up on the Iron Range?