After the shock of Covid-19’s arrival in Minnesota last spring, and the virus’s ebb over the summer, the pace of new cases of the disease picked up during the fall.
In March of last year, Jen Fuller was working at both the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board and at Minneapolis Public Schools. Then Covid-19 hit, and both positions were cut.
Minnesotans who have watched the bar scene across the border from the Twin Cities in Hudson, Wisconsin remain relatively lively during parts of the Covid-19 pandemic when their own state’s watering
A month ago, the world marked the one-year anniversary of learning about Covid-19, at that time a still-unidentified respiratory virus causing pneumonia in patients in Wuhan, China. In the weeks
In 2011, Corey and Ket Christianson relocated from Singapore to buy the grocery store in the northwest Minnesota town of Badger, on Highway 11 southwest of Roseau. Badger, a town
If you haven’t returned your absentee ballot to your elections office, you might want to do that now — and not by U.S. mail. On Thursday — five days before
With the exception of a couple of infamously long and drawn out recounts, and a switch to takes-long-to-tabulate ranked-choice voting in Minneapolis, St. Paul and St. Louis Park, Minnesotans are
The period in late spring and early summer is the time of the year when construction crews are typically hard at work, getting things built, whether it’s roads, bridges, office