Mar 29, 2024 - News

The Spoon: ⛷️ Bonus skiing

A snow grooming machine crawls up a snow-covered ski hill lined with pine trees.

A snow grooming machine prepares a run at Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area in Dresser, Wisconsin; just west of Taylors Falls, Minn. Photo courtesy of Trollhaugen

⛷️ After a rough winter, two local ski areas — Buck Hill and Trollhaugen — announced plans to capitalize on this week's snow by briefly reopening their runs today and tomorrow, according to their websites.

⚖️ LGBTQ+ advocates fear the case of a sperm donor who sued for paternity of the daughter he helped a lesbian couple conceive could set troubling precedents in Minnesota family law cases. (Star Tribune)

🎓 Minnesota's latest high school graduation rate failed to include hundreds of Minneapolis and St. Paul students. (Star Tribune)

✉️ Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has joined 13 other states asking weapons maker Glock, Inc., to preserve all evidence related to a "switch" that makes their pistols automatic weapons. (KARE 11)

⛽️ Holiday locations are beginning to become Circle K stores, marking the end of another Minnesota-born gas station brand. (MPR News)

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