Janet Moore and Shannon Prather of The Strib report that Maplewood could withdraw its support for the Purple Line, which is a bus rapid transit route between St. Paul suburbs.
Alex Steil, Minnesota Daily’s GOP gubernatorial hopeful, met with Scott Jensen to discuss issues such as public safety, abortion, and Minnesota’s COVID-19 response. Jensen expressed support for greater access to birth control and Plan B. “We should be able to buy birth control pills over-the-counter. They should be limited to $10 per month. Access to Plan B and the morning-after pill should be available. He said that we should have provided maternity leave to women with children.”
Clay S. Jenkinson, Governing’s editor, muses about the last surviving corn Palace, in Mitchell in South Dakota. “The iconic roadside attraction at Mitchell, S.D. is an unintended window to America’s complicated relationship with its most important agricultural commodity. It is easy to overlook the point if you view it only as rural nostalgia.
https://bringmethenews.com/minnesota-lifestyle/gallery-ely-treehouse-cabin-for-209k-is[%E2%80%A6]AR0Tropw7zP-UlIQgTCMK-1OkQBzydOLzQC9Ez5Yz9hgy5-TempOFOEhTwc” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>Bring Me The News Christine Schuster has a piece on a very cool cabin built from salvaged materials near Shagawa Lake in Ely.
Bring Me The News’ Tommy Wiita reports a winning $1,000,000 Powerball ticket was purchased at Duluth’s gas station.
Zack Mensinger and Dan Marshall of Racket have compiled a list of the most dangerous bike lanes in St. Paul. Our Capital City isn’t known for its smooth pavement. There are some poor ‘uns. Want more? You can find more information in this 2021 MinnPost article about the worst hills of the Twin Cities.
Last but not least, the traffic to this 2009 story at MinnPost spiked late last night and into today. This piece is about Ernest P. Lundeen’s 1940 death. He was a U.S. Senator. The piece is about the 1940 death of Ernest P. Lundeen, a U.S. Senator. The crash remains a mystery, and it “changed the course in Minnesota’s political history”