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What happened to British loyalists after the Revolutionary War?
It's estimated that between 15 and 20 percent of the population back then still remained loyal to the British Crown. Naturally, they weren't so thrilled by the climactic British surrender at the Battle of Yorktown in 1781. ...
Bicyclists rally to change name of Lake Calhoun
Twin Cities bicyclists converged on Minneapolis' Lake Calhoun Saturday to show their support for a campaign to rename the lake. ...
A Madeline Island Fourth
An acquaintance said 'You've got to see the Madeline Island Fourth of July Parade' and so we checked it out on Saturday. And he was right; it was the perfect blend of what passes for a patriotic gathering on the quirkiest of the Apostle Islands. ...
Canadian wildfires causing unhealthy air in Minnesota
The MPCA reports that the air quality is rated unhealthy for everyone from a large part of northwestern Minnesota, extending down to Brainerd and St. Cloud toward the Twin Cities suburbs. ...
Hazy/smokey sunshine this afternoon; Sunday turns stormy
Smoke from the Canadian wild fires continues to dim the sunshine over Minnesota on this Holiday. As the smoke mixes down from above it is reducing the visibilities at the surface level as well as lowering the air quality. The filmy/wispy smoke is discernible as the milky gray on this satellite imag ...
Inside Ryder Cup's lobbying effort to get millions from Minnesota lawmakers
Emails, handwritten notes and other documents obtained by The Associated Press under a public records law highlight the late scramble and the wariness by state officials about buying in. ...
Just a few important words about the 'Declaration of Independence'
It's Independence Day. Let's take a break from parades, patriotic songs and pyrotechnics to think about the Declaration of Independence, which was adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. ...
New nation, new cuisine: The first cookbook to tackle 'American food'
The first American cookbook, published in 1796, promised local food and a kind of socioculinary equality. But generations later, foodies are still puzzling over how to define "American food." ...
High-speed rail to Rochester not likely
The plan from a private group to build high-speed passenger rail between St. Paul and Rochester probably isn't going anywhere. ...
Winona man spends half-century collecting agates
A driveway with a trailer full of agates. Recycling bins full of agates. A license plate that reads "MRAGATE." Agates when you walk through the front door. ...
Where to watch the Women's World Cup final in the Twin Cities
The United States will take on Japan in the Women's World Cup final Sunday. Several spots around the Twin Cities are hosting viewings. ...
Podcast: 'Living While Dying'
As he neared death, Bruce Kramer learned all about life. Now you can share his journey and listen to his insights in a unique new podcast, "Living While Dying: An ALS Story." ...
Artists' Quarter jazz club to reopen as Vieux Carre July 14
The venue, which is in the basement of the Hamm Building in downtown St. Paul, will offer jazz, acoustic and other music Tuesdays through Saturdays. ...
Pilot in solar-powered plane sets aviation record
A sun-powered airplane landed in Hawaii after a five-day journey from Japan that smashed the previous record of 76 hours for the longest duration nonstop solo flight. ...
Legislator 2015 per diem reaches nearly $1.8 million
Some legislators collect less to cover costs than others. ...
Woodbury school forfeits football titles over ineligible player
A statement from the South Washington County School District says the student never lived at the residence listed on the paperwork his family provided. ...
Aspen Ideas Festival: Jon Meacham on Thomas Jefferson
Historian Jon Meacham gives an Aspen Lecture titled, "Thomas Jefferson Then and Now: The Legacy and Lessons of an American Original." He says Thomas Jefferson was brilliant and monumental, flawed and human, a man who was in tune with the broader culture of his time. ...
Holiday weekend outlook: Sunday severe?
Saturday, Independence Day, will be a fine day for parades, picnics and backyard family gatherings. There is just a chance of a few isolated brief thunderstorms late in the day. ...
No holiday from road construction this weekend
Road construction across the state means detours and delays for holiday travelers. ...
Minnesota officials warn of toxic algae after child sickened
It's not always clear when algae blooms are toxic, so it's best to stay away if the water has a foul smell. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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