HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS 3 components to a perfect looking deck! Inspect, Clean & Stain!
With year round exposure to sun, rain and lets not forget that four letter word that plagued us for the last seven months.snow, in our neck of the woods it takes a toll on your wood deck. Anyone who... Posted on 5/17/13 at 9:48 AM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Orthodoxy in America and Religious Freedom
This week, two things have come to my attention that warrant a brief reflection on Orthodox Christianity and religious freedom here in America. First, there is the recent debate concerning the HHS's m... Posted on 2/12/12 at 4:15 PM
Patrick Redig talks about Midwest peregrine falcons like they’re his children. His passion for the falcons began in adolescence, so it saddened him when he learned they were on the verge of extinction.
Even among other examples of beautiful stained glass, the windows of St. James Basilica are special. That's why a donor has funded a $325,000-plus project aimed at protecting and preserving them for the future.
St. Paul’s Union Depot was almost ghostly quiet. A restaurant and some condos now occupy part of the historic, 1920s-era building at Sibley and Fourth streets, and train whistles are a thing of the past. Ridership peaked early at about 20,000 per day and went downhill quickly, due in part to the emergence of the automobile.
Duane Schumann is restoration manager of Treasured Garment Restoration in Stillwater. For the past 12 years, he has cleaned and cared for some of the state’s most historic outfits. If you donate an antique wedding gown to the Minnesota Historical Society or the Goldstein Museum of Design at the University of Minnesota, chances are Schumann will clean it. He also regularly spruces up costumes for the Minnesota Opera and the Guthrie Theater.
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