Under the coronavirus aid package passed by the Minnesota Legislature Thursday, child care providers can apply for a $4,500 monthly grant, with larger centers eligible for an additional monthly grant of up to $15,500, based on capacity.
Between rising rivers and flooded farm fields, residents of the First District are feeling the effects of a changing climate.
At tens of thousands of square feet, the closed stores present a redevelopment challenge.
Kittson and Roseau counties have seen average temperatures increase by 2.4 degrees Celsius over the last century.
The strikers, members of United Food and Commercial Workers’ Local P-9, cited a wage freeze, dangerous working conditions, and a wage cut as the reasons for the strike.
Despite big promises from President Trump on infrastructure, little has been done to increase federal funding.
Minnesota’s suicide rate has been on a slow, steady rise for nearly two decades.
Even as Rochester is getting bigger — and bluer — the rest of CD1 has been trending Republican.
The project began with a question: How could rural grocers offer more of the fresh produce that is grown in the farm fields all around them?
Rural distilleries provide a case study in the latest thinking about econmic development in small towns, one that uses a multi-faceted approach to build economies on local strengths.
As the rural economy has evolved, so too has the University of Minnesota Extension, the public agency charged with “extending” the university’s expertise and knowledge into every corner of the state.
Farmers and other landowners in Chisago County have put up a dozen solar gardens, with another four now in the planning stages.
Southwest Minnesota represents the “canary in the coal mine” when it comes to the state’s looming economic and workforce issues, offering a sneak peak at the challenges — and opportunies — for communities throughout Greater Minnesota.