Haze regs set
EPA sets new haze regulations for Minnesota taconite plants bit.ly/URyeRC
— Duluth News Tribune (@duluthnews) January 17, 2013
Minnesota’s long winters and lack of mountains tends to produce more snowboarders with finely honed technical skills gained from terrain parks and other non-traditional places, like parking garage walls. Snowboarder Dan Brisse of Richmond, Minn., is a fine example of a technically gifted boarder. He is trying to advance in the Winter X Games.
Dangerous Man Brewing Co. owner Rob Miller fills a growler in his new Minneapolis brewery. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson)
Surly Bill that legalized taprooms is fueling continued growth in Minnesota’s beer industry.
Minnesota is undergoing a “beer boom” and catching up with the rest of the country. In just the last two years, the number of breweries in the state has nearly doubled to 53, driving a proliferation of local beers.
@laurabetker11: “My homemade forecast graphics for the day:”
— KARE 11 (@kare11) January 17, 2013
“Thursday night will be the first time since 1977 that two top 10 teams have squared off in Williams Arena, as Rodney Williams and No. 9 Minnesota host No. 5 Michigan,” (FSN).