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  • standardized_test

    Minnesota will again regain more control over its schools if Congress approves a rewrite of the federal No Child Left Behind act. U.S. Representative John Kline recently led a bipartisan team of congressional negotiators that …

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    30 Nov 15
  • Holiday Lights in Motion

    For the second year in a row Sleepy Eye Holiday Lights in Motion has brightened Sportsmen’s Park with holiday lights, but this year they have at least doubled the amount of lights. Last year was …

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    30 Nov 15
  • Salvation Army

    An anonymous donor is back for a 5th year, dropping more than one-thousand dollars into two Salvation Army red kettles. The Salvation Army calls the Twin Cities-area donor “Saint Grand” and on Friday the individual …

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    30 Nov 15
  • Le Sueur County

    With local cities already on board, Minnesota Department of Transportation officials are looking for Le Sueur, Nicollet and Blue Earth Counties to work toward a regional transit system. The three counties are among a few …

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    28 Nov 15
  • RCTC

    Students and staff at a Rochester Community College are calling for the school’s president to leave citing mismanagement of expenses. The school is facing an $800,000 budget deficit and students and staff say President Leslie …

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    28 Nov 15
  • Minneapolis VA

    Tests have detected the bacteria the causes Legionnaire’s disease in the water at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center. Officials say the bacteria was found in water samples taken at five different locations at the …

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    28 Nov 15
  • Sibley East School

    This past year, students at Sibley East School were able to enjoy fresh, locally grown produce in their school lunches. Sibley East Agriculture Education teacher Tim Uhlenhamp spearheaded a garden of fresh produce that would …

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    28 Nov 15
  • Redwood Valley High School

    The Monsanto Fund recently awarded a one-time $5,000 grant to student robot designers at Redwood Valley High School. The grant will support FIRST Robotics activities and encourages local students who participate in the program. The …

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    28 Nov 15