Applications for both permits were made by Becky Strohmeier, from Hold The Line, MN, who helped organize last week's "Storm the Capitol" rally.
Minnesota governor Tim Walz said the public should expect "an appropriate presence of folks there to ensure that there's peaceful gatherings" at the state Capitol.
"It's not a party. It's not a bash. It's a religious gathering," said Garth Carlson, owner of the Carlson Event Center and Country Chapel in Winnebago.
Local Mayor Craig Kavanagh defended the approval, saying: "Just because we voted yes doesn't mean we're racist."
"We're just trying to survive," one restaurant owner told Newsweek Saturday after the legal action.
Benjamin Ryan Teeter to be sentenced after he discussed blowing up government buildings and provided weaponry to an FBI informant.
Officials in the Minnesota City of Forest Lake had planned to spend 10 percent of its federal relief on Castlewood golf course.
A coalition of businesses called ReOpen Minnesota has introduced plans for business owners to come out of lockdown two days earlier than Gov. Tim Walz's COVID executive order ends.
A group opposing the decision said the city council "allowed fear of litigation to dictate their decision."
The Northern Lights are "the most visible effect of the sun's activity on the Earth's atmosphere," NASA explains.
Virus infections preceded more deaths than other leading causes in many of those states before the start of November.
Daily infections are projected to hit over a million by January 10 if "vaccine distribution is scaled up over 90 days" and "governments do not re-impose mandates if cases increase," according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
Dayton, 73, took to Facebook on Sunday to reveal he had recently wed 32-year-old Ana Orke, now Ana Dayton.
After Minnesota Republican legislative leaders suggested people working in the state capitol be considered essential and receive the COVID vaccine early, a Democratic state representative said other workers should be given priority.
South Dakota and Minnesota are among the states that reported the highest average daily cases per 100,000 people in the past week.
Certain people in New Mexico and Colorado, and possibly Houston, will get payments even though Congress has not passed new legislation with stimulus checks.
Enbridge Inc. plans to replace 337 miles of an existing pipeline in Minnesota.
Several malls across the U.S. have decided to introduce new safety measures amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
One-third of all 87 counties in Minnesota had a COVID-19 case stemming from the Sturgis motorcycle rally in August.
Investigators have appealed for help after the discovery of 16 severed raptor feet in Woodbury, with the culprits suspected of removing the talons to make jewelry.
"I have gotten accustomed to standing up to bullies in my life," the progressive Democrat said of the president's attacks against her.
"COVID-19 doesn't operate along party lines, and neither can we," Democratic Governor Tim Walz tweeted in response to the GOP decision.
The average daily case count increased in all states, except for Georgia and Montana, over the past two weeks, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The Minnesota teenager tested positive for opioids along with methamphetamine, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and amphetamines in a drug test done before her death.
The move, which would cost in the region of $500,000, was heavily debated during a meeting on Tuesday.
Minnesota, Iowa, New Jersey and Nebraska have begun reimposing new coronavirus-related restrictions as hospitalizations soar.
Minnesota GOP Chairwoman Jessica Carnahan said the RNC chair has instructed her to bolster the president's claims of voter fraud as the race moves in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
More than 600 demonstrators protesting President Donald Trump's handling of election results were arrested on Interstate I-94 in Minneapolis.
At least 200 protesters participated in a demonstration that stopped traffic along Minnesota's I-94 freeway on Wednesday night.
Maine, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin reported single-day records one day after the election.