February 1, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Lee Adler II was never content with saving Savannah’s historic homes and buildings one at a time. In 1959, he found a way to spare entire city blocks and neighborhoods from the wrecking ball that changed the way preservation groups did business not just in Georgia, but across the nation.
June 16, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
Jackson Preservation Alliance loses judicial ruling
JACKSON Jackson County will get the full $25,000 bond posted by the Jackson Preservation Alliance in its unsuccessful attempt to halt the demolition of the Jackson County Resource Center, a judge ruled this week. Continue Reading
January 19, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
Jackson County pursues Preservation Alliance bond
JACKSON Though demolition of the Jackson County Resource Center began Monday, the legal wrangling over the building may not be complete. Continue Reading
December 14, 2010 in INFORUM
There is some half-serious sentiment in North Dakota that cutting down a live tree should be a hanging offense because there are so few trees in the state. Continue Reading
November 26, 2010 in Alexandria Echo Press
The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) is now accepting nominations for its annual list of the state’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Places through Friday, December 31, 2010. The Todd County Courthouse was on the list in the past. Continue Reading
November 17, 2010 in West Central Tribune
GRANITE FALLS A citizens’ group is saving a historic downtown building from the wrecking ball in Granite Falls.
August 19, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe
JACKSON The Jackson Preservation Alliance will gather evidence that the 1938 portion of the Jackson County Resource Center is of historical significance in hopes of utilizing the Minnesota Environmental Rights Act (MERA) to halt the demolition of the structure, the group’s president said at its meeting Thursday in the Jackson American Legion.