Barley genome? Done

U professor makes news as genome-mapping is completed, opening doors to drought- and disease-resistant crops and tastier beer A St. Anthony Park resident was in the news recently for a discovery that could potentially influence things as seemingly unrelated as...
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Red state, Blue state

50 years ago, Bugle-area voters leaned Republican, but the partisan divide wasn’t quite as deep as it is today No one who has witnessed the small forest of political lawn signs arising over the last few weeks would be surprised...
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Who are we?

A statistical portrait of our neighborhoods This is the first in an occasional series of articles in which writer Judy Woodward examines changes that have taken place in the Bugle’s communities from the 1980 U.S. Census to the recently published...
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Of farm fields and fairs

How does Falcon Heights fare with two-thirds of the city taken up by the University of Minnesota’s agricultural campus and the state fairgrounds? If you check the website for Falcon Heights, you’ll see it in the slogan: it’s the city of...
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