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  • MNLegislature

    A measure authorizing new state debt for construction projects around Minnesota is finally being unveiled in the Senate. The proposal calling for about $850-million in borrowing has been slow to come together as Democrats and …

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    05 May 14
  • EducationMinnesota

    An English teacher who teaches in Minneapolis and Crystal has been named Minnesota’s teacher of the year for 2014. Thomas Rademacher has taught at the K-12 Fine Arts Interdisciplinary Resource School since 2006. He was …

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    05 May 14
  • LafayetteCharterSchool

    This week is National Charter Schools Week, and students, parents, teachers, and communities across the state are celebrating the many successes of public charter schools. There are a total of 164 public charter schools in …

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    05 May 14
  • Bloodmobile2

    World Red Cross Day takes place later this week, a time to recognize worldwide efforts to relieve human suffering. World Red Cross Day is celebrated on Thursday, May 8th, the birthday of the founder of …

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    05 May 14
  • Flu

    The flu season is winding down in Minnesota, but there is still some activity in the state. The Department of Health reported 15 influenza-related hospitalizations over the past week last week, along with one nursing …

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    05 May 14
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    05 May 14
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    03 May 14
  • Gun

    A 17-year-old boy is facing attempted murder charges after being arrested this week in connection with homemade bombs found on the playground of a Waseca elementary school in March. John David LaDue of Waseca was …

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    02 May 14