This year, the third generation of Old Millers — John and Marna Keenan, who are in their 70s — enjoyed their first truly relaxing summer ever, after the family sold the historic ride in January to the State Fair.
It’s my impression that the people running the Hennepin County Fair are not taking advantage of their biggest asset, the large county population.
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Huie: “My goals have been, number 1, to continue making work I think is interesting. And number 2, be relevant. And number 3, make a living. The McKnight makes number 3 a lot easier, and it affects numbers 1 and 2.”
“All of the money collected at the door will go to a scholarship fund in Irv’s name for one of the students in the Dakota Combo at MacPhail,” said Dakota owner Lowell Pickett.
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Macro, Micro, Minnesota
Minnesota grew faster than the national average during the 1950s and 1960s and passed the national average in per-person income in 1973, when Gov. Wendell Anderson appeared on TIME’s cover.
Politics & Policy
Carter has proposed a range of new initiatives — from a broad plan to increase affordable housing to legal services for immigrants to salary raises for cops.
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