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Lack of oversight almost as appalling as the alleged fraud in the Feeding Our Future case.
It's now possible to imagine going to the park for great meal, taking a stroll on a boardwalk through restored wetlands, and then attending a play or musical performance at a lakeside amphitheater.
The 2022 session of the Minnesota Legislature didn't exactly end in stellar fashion. With primaries looming and the general election less than six months away, the DFL-led House and the GOP-led Senate didn't agree on much.
On Sept. 1, an Olmsted County Sheriff's deputy pulled over a 16-year-old male driver in rural southwest Rochester. The teen was speeding, didn't have a driver's license, and the deputy found evidence of drug paraphernalia in the car.
Holding the line on public-school tuition, and eliminating loan interest ought to help.
In 1992, a writer named Rebecca Camu did something no one had done before – not in print, anyway. In a short story titled “A Splinter of Glass,” Camu became the first author to use the adjective “hangry,” a word that wouldn't make it into the Oxford English Dictionary for another 23 years.

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As the new school year approaches, teachers need to know that they have the full support of their administrators and district officials.
Far too many children in Minnesota and across the nation are struggling to stay mentally afloat.
On Sept. 11, about 65,000 fans will pack U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis to watch the 123rd battle between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.

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