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Minnesota Aurora FC has become captivating like the aurora borealis for which its named.
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Detroit’s 4-2, 10-inning victory snapped a six-game winning streak and dropped Minnesota to 14-4 in division games
Nature's beauty from a weather perspective
Seven students involved in the IBM-sponsored Endurance program and other students in P-TECH 535's information technology pathway watched the broadcasted launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, which carries a satellite the seven students will monitor and send code up to for the next two years.
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Pavitra Kumar is preparing to open Nana Gogo Toybrary to offer parents of children 5 and younger a chance to play with and take home toys without needing to buy them. She hopes to open the member service in northwest Rochester by late summer.
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Smeltzer is scheduled to pitch Thursday’s series opener against Kansas City
The vehicle was traveling east on Interstate 90 near Dakota, Minn., when it was sideswiped by two separate semi-trucks.
The Minnesota legislative session fizzled to a close on Monday with many top issues left unresolved.
Brody Lamb flourished in the second half of his first full season with the United States Hockey League's Green Bay Gamblers. His strong play at the highest level of junior hockey convinced University of Minnesota coach Bob Motzko to bring the Byron native to campus this fall and join a program coming off a conference championship and a Frozen Four appearance.
Fentanyl has taken root in Montana and in communities across the Mountain West during the pandemic, after formerly being prevalent mostly east of the Mississippi River, said Keith Humphreys of the Stanford-Lancet Commission on the North American Opioid Crisis. Montana law enforcement officials have intercepted record numbers of pale-blue pills made to look like prescription opioids such as OxyContin. Nationwide, at least 103,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2021, a 45% increase from 2019, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 7 of every 10 of those deaths were from synthetic opioids, primarily fentanyl.
Mental health advocates and public safety officials said the funding could help those in crisis and close gaps for those deemed incompetent to stand trial.
Candidate says he's hoping to find efficiencies in local government.
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Century High School seniors made their way through Kellogg Middle School as part of their grad tour of elementary and middle schools Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in Rochester.
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America didn't invent soccer, but this nation has taken global leadership in making the world's game truly equitable.
Life can get stressful if you're constantly annoyed by your coworkers, roommate or partner because they think and do things differently than you do. Some people are super disciplined and others are more flexible. But those differences can be a good thing. In this "Health Fusion" column, Viv Williams talks to a local business person about how his company helps individuals and organizations be more balanced and successful by identifying and elevating personal strengths.
Columnist Dean Swanson says even with limited human capital, small businesses can give back to their communities in big ways.
The documentary "Bring Her Home" helps bring awareness to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Leya Hale hosted a screening of her documentary at Pioneer Public TV in Granite Falls in early May.

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