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Sun
05
Feb

The changing face of outdoor recreation and environmental protection


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

After 15 years as a nature and wildlife photographer, Dudley Edmondson had photographed mountains and valleys, fuzzy baby bears clinging to tree trunks, and brightly colored orioles perched in branches.

Sun
29
Jan

Letter: New Republican legislator looks back on first month

To the editor,

 

Sun
29
Jan

Letter: Dr. Ramlow ‘saved my life’

To the editor,

 

On Jan. 12, 2017, Dr. Ralph Ramlow passed away at age 90 in his retirement town in Arizona. 

Sun
29
Jan

Letter: House GOP vote to forego covering cancer

To the editor,

 

Sun
29
Jan

Better Business Bureau Tax Season Tips

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Sun
29
Jan

Your Legal Rights: How to Spot Malicious Emails

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

Spammers send out billions of spam messages every day. These messages often get flagged by spam filters, and many users routinely discard these annoying messages on a regular basis. Malicious emails can still get by even the most advanced spam filter systems, however. It is these malicious emails that you should be concerned about. 

Wed
25
Jan

Monthly highlight from School District 622


Former players, coaches and referees gathered for a photo with Tartan basketball coach Mark Klingsborn, left center, before the tip-off of the boys basketball home opener.

Christine Osorio — Superintendent 

Recently, Tartan High School celebrated an exciting event to recognize the achievements of longtime basketball coach Mark Klingsborn, who is better known to students as “Coach K.”

Hundreds of fans filled the stands at the Tartan boys basketball home opener. Coach K was honored for his induction into the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Former players, coaches and referees gathered for a photo with the coach before the tip-off. He also celebrated his 500th career win!

Wed
18
Jan

Finding the Truth

Judge Steve Halsey
Wright County District Court

The New Year brings the start of one of the best extracurricular activities for high school students in Minnesota, the Mock Trial program sponsored by the Minnesota State Bar Association. A dedicated MSBA committee of judges, lawyers, and other citizens formulate a set of facts and a problem that is studied and rehearsed by high school students and their coaches for many months for pretend trials with competing teams. It could be a criminal case, like the infamous Congdon murder in Duluth, or a traffic accident in which someone was killed, or the discipline of a student for a “spoofing” video mocking the principal. 

Tue
17
Jan

Letter: Page for Kaler at the ‘U’

To the Editor:

 

Tue
17
Jan

Getting Healthy in the New Year

BBB tips on joining a gym

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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