How America Will Turn Itself Around?

While a growing minority of us pick which side of the line (on any given issue) to stand on, there’s another group of people losing trust in all of it. Perhaps instead of choosing sides and, thus, who to distrust, we start listening to those who are watching our larger trends? What they’re seeing is

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On a changing Mississippi, tourism’s importance is growing

Rivers have long been the lifeblood of economic activity. They are both sources of natural resource and pathways to markets and customers. Nowhere is that more evident than along the Missippi River. But increasingly, tourism is carving out a bigger piece from the economic activity pie, and cities and towns are responding to that market

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In Sauk Centre, moving ‘Main Street’ to Main Street

Sinclair Lewis wrote ‘Main Street’ almost a hundred years ago, and the themes it captured are still echoing through small-town America. But so is a new spirit which seeks to capture the value of choosing ‘Main Street’, and in Sauk Centre, that starts with putting a tribute to the author back in its rightful place.

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