STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC July 4 BWCAW blowdown
Today the Attic has the second installment of this week's look at two events that occurred 10 years ago this week. On July 4, 1999, Mother Nature sent a furious wind storm through the Boundary Waters ... Posted on 6/25/09 at 12:59 PM
The Civilian Conservation Corps is most well known as Franklin D. Roosevelt’s program that put young men to work conserving government-owned lands during the Great Depression. A modern version of the program still exists, with a branch active in northern Minnesota.
Six law professors from four universities in two states said last week that the Minnesota Court of Appeals was wrong to allow a 450-foot cell phone tower on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and asked the state Supreme Court to review the case.
Josephine Marcotty, McClatchy News Service
, August 03, 2012
The Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness is asking the Minnesota Supreme Court to review a Court of Appeals decision in the organization's lawsuit against AT&T over the company’s proposed cell tower near Ely.
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