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Minnesotans could be set for electricity bill hikes this winter as coal stockpiles remain uncomfortably low at the state’s biggest power stations because of continued rail delays. Energy...
November 06, 2014
DVDs are being replaced by Netflix, CDs by iTunes, and even books are under threat from Kindles, so where do you go to get rid of possessions that are now considered out of date? That was the...
November 04, 2014
Duluth Metals, the company leading plans to build a $2.5 billion copper mine in Northeast Minnesota, will be sold to its project partner Antofagasta for $85 million. The Toronto-based company...
Brainerd will no longer add chlorine to the city’s water, making it one of the largest cities in the state to pump nonchlorinated water to residents. The city had started adding chlorine to...
October 29, 2014
Minnesota was ranked 10th in a list of the most energy-efficient states in the U.S, with the city of Minneapolis finishing eighth in the national city rankings. The state was praised as a “...
October 24, 2014
When the price of a commodity goes up dramatically in the face of a shortage, people usually look for an alternative. But when the substitute product is also facing a supply shortage? MPR reports...
October 22, 2014
Recycling increased in Minneapolis a year after the introduction of the one-sort garbage collection system, official figures show – but it still lags behind the rest of the state. A presentation...
Falling oil prices could halt drilling at several rigs in North Dakota, the state’s top oil regulator has warned. The price of sweet crude hit $66.25 per barrel on Wednesday, InForum reports,...
October 16, 2014
As the mercury in the thermometer creeps down, the state Department of Commerce wants people who face financial challenges to know there are resources to help keep the heat on during the frigid...
October 15, 2014
One of the country’s largest food companies is the latest to address the alarm over the dramatic drop in bee populations around the country in recent years. Bees pollinate an estimated 75...
October 13, 2014
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