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Twin Cities MN
Twin Cities Minnesota Metro Area. Minneapolis Saint Paul and surrounding area. Minneapolis and Saint Paul are Minnesota's two biggest cities. The metro area has about half of Minnesota's population.
Fire danger was reported as high in much of Minnesota by the DNR on 4-8-2017
Restrictions were in place state wide. additional locality restrictions may apply.
A young eagle flying above the Mississippi River in Brainerd MN.
for current conditions http://www.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/air/air-quality-and-pollutants/gene...
2-17-2017 fine particles can be seen in Brainerd MN MPCA reading for fine particles was 55 (moderate)
7-31-2016 fine particles/smoke could be seen in the air in Brainerd MN. Smoke could be smelled on Friday 7-29-2016 The MPCA measured the particles at 51in Brainerd which is moderate air quality 7-31-2016 11am
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The Minnesota Department of Revenue began accepting returns on January 23, 2017.
Choosing electronic filing and direct deposit is the most secure way to get your refund. Last year, over 2 million Minnesota taxpayers used electronic software to file their taxes.
"Beginning the week of January 16, 2017, start setting out your recyclables in your new recycling cart for collection. We will no longer accept recyclables in blue curbside bins, other containers, or paper bags outside of the cart. "
In the winter Snow and Ice can make it difficult to drive. Avoid driving, if possible during difficult conditions. If you must drive, Allow extra time to get to your destination. Slow Down. Have snow and ice cleared from your vehicle. Keep your headlights on. Have a survivor kit including water, food, blanket, flashlight, and wear winter clothing including coat, hat, gloves/mittens.
for current conditions go to www.511mn.org
Tuesday Morning at about 7am (photos taken from Brainerd MN)