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Fifth graders launch rockets at MAES
Curb and sidewalk work to begin in downtown Morris this week
Two charged with credit card fraud
Sixty graduate in Morris Area class of 2015
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Asche, Henrichs power Eagles in win
Marshall tops MA/C-A to end season
Zosel heads to Class AA State Meet
MA/C-A girls Section 6A runner-up
MA/C-A boys' season ends at Section 6A meet
Kenneth L. Cline
John Gilbert Harris
Amie A. Holm
Michael Lackey: Using gay marriage as a wedge issue is a losing strategy
John Crabtree: USDA farming rule creates new loopholes
Capitol Chatter: Reporters take information they can get in budget talks
Letter: Thank you to supporters of Memorial Monument
Talking it over: Remembering
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Martin Olaf Hanson
Giese Trew engagement
Farmers wanted for windbreak and crop yield study
Farmers analyze just-released water rule: Does it go too far?
Features from the Farm: Plan your forage supply for summer grazing
July 3, 2013
Growing Green: Caring for Your Storm Damaged Trees
By Jessa Kokett, Horticulture Intern University of Minnesota Extension Enjoying the warm weather is one of the many perks of summer. These glory days bring many great opportunities to the people of Minnesota; such as spending time on the lakes, camping, and gardening. Unfortunately,...
news / region
July 3, 2013 - 9:47am
March 22, 2013
Growing Green: Dividing Perennials
The first day of spring has come and gone. The snow is deep outside my window, but the sun is shining brightly, and the soft drip of melting snow whisper “spring is on the way!” When the frost leaves the ground, the early perennials will begin to grow. Dianthus (Sweet Williams...
news / region
March 22, 2013 - 10:22am
February 18, 2013
Growing Green: True Blue Gradening
I’m sure you’ve heard me say it before, I LOVE BLUE IN THE GARDEN. True blue plants are hard to come by. Most plants described as blue are actually shades of purple from eggplant to lilac. Because it is so hard to find, blue can be used to create a different and unusual effect...
news / education
February 18, 2013 - 2:51pm
April 19, 2010
2½ years on, tomato grower and city reach a settlement
WATSON -- A settlement has been reached to end a 2½-year dispute between the city of Watson and a resident using hooped structures to raise...
news / government / region
April 19, 2010 - 12:19am
April 8, 2010
Hands-On Horticulture Workshop April 17
Field of Greens, Herbs, Small Fruits, and the Cutting Garden will combine to create the Hands-On Horticulture Workshop, a full day of garden techniques for adults of all experience levels. The 2010 Hands-On Horticulture Workshop is Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Registration...
news / education
April 8, 2010 - 11:25am
June 2, 2009
This week I have been fielding many calls regarding Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), so I will start my column by updating you on this devastating pest. On May 14 EAB was found in a neighborhood of St. Paul. Since then, gardeners state-wide are on the look out for this mean, green insect....
June 2, 2009 - 4:21pm
December 31, 2008
Down To Earth Gardening
It's hard to believe that the New Year is already here. What a year it has been! I can't help but reflect back on the past year's accomplishments while eagerly looking forward to the year ahead. As I look back on the past year, I have to say that taking this position at the Extension...
December 31, 2008 - 12:00am
December 24, 2008
Down to Earth Gardening
What does one write about gardening when it's below zero outside and the only thing I can think about is the line at the post office? Well, the good people at All-America Selections have come to my rescue by announcing their 2009 AAS Winners. All-America Selections are newly introduced...
December 24, 2008 - 12:00am