47 min ago
Isaac Kolstand Walking More, Bonding With Daughter
The former Minnesota State University-Mankato football player who suffered a severe head injury during an assault is making a lot of progress, according to his CaringBridge website .
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4 hrs ago
Minnesota Medical Association Online
New E-Cigarette Restrictions Now in Effect
The nicotine ingestion devices are now banned in schools, hospitals, clinics, most government-operated buildings, any facilities owned by the University of Minnesota or Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, and licensed daycare facilities.
15 hrs ago
Abrahams-Hartmann to wed
Parents of the couple are Reverend Dan and June Abrahams of Detroit Lakes, and Keith and Mary Jo Hartmann of rural Granada.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Upcoming bronze pour another aspect of Lanesboro's arts campus project
Karl Unnasch watches the furnace during one of his previous metal pours. This year will see the first bronze pour in Lanesboro, though there have been three or four iron pours in the area previously.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Stars and Stripes
Jesse Ventura's lawyer: 'American Sniper' incident never happened
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's lawsuit claiming that he was defamed in the book "American Sniper" got off to a fast start Tuesday.
Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch
Pageants held on July 15 in TRF
The Miss Thief River Falls, Miss RiverFest and Little Miss Thief River Falls pageants will be held Tuesday, July 15 at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln High School auditorium.
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Matthew Hostetler and Kelsey Patton
Matthew Hostetler and Kelsey Patton Mike and Denise Hostetler of Fort Wayne are proud to announce the engagement of their son, Matthew Hostetler to Kelsey Patton, daughter of Mark and Elise Patton of Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
St. Cloud Times
What's it like to be a counselor at 4-H day camp?What's it like to be ...
What's it like to be a counselor at 4-H day camp? Volunteer builds skills by managing kids in summer.
Jackson County Pilot
Gladys I. Armstrong, 85
Gladys Irene Armstrong died of natural causes on June 13, at the Rio Grande Regional Hospital in McAllen, Texas.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Winona: Students learn hands-on health care at 'Scrubs Camp'
Josh Schmelzer held up a flexible orange nasal tube in front of a group of purple-scrubbed high-school students at Winona Health.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
The Faribault County Register
He's filling in at the Blue Earth City Hall
"This a fantastic town," Bodem says. "When I first was coming into the city I thought it was very neat, clean and looks like there have been many improvements completed here recently."
Amanda Louwagie and Lucas Hovila announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Jan Louwagie of Marshall and Brian and Nancy Hovila of Bloomington.
Rural authors exhibit at Minnesota's Machinery Museum in Hanley Falls
Opening July 8 and continuing through Aug. 5, the Minnesota's Machinery Museum in Hanley Falls will host an exhibit of posters, books and artifacts titled "A Prairie Literary Legacy."
Metropolitan State University looks to fresh start with new president
When Sue Hammersmith assumed the presidency at Metropolitan State University in 2008, the economy was in recession -- which worked out well for the 42-year-old commuter college and its graduate programs.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
St. Cloud Times
St. Cloud-area public gardens grow communitySt. Cloud-area public...
St. Cloud-area public gardens grow community At the varied plots, residents learn to cultivate crops, meet neighbors.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Fillmore County Journal
Lanesboro, Minn. - Al Batt - writer, speaker, storyteller and humorist -- and RavensFire - lively Irish music featuring beautiful vocals and lively mandolin and fiddle -- will be special guests on the 'Traditions' themed "Over the Back Fence" community variety show this month.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
St. Cloud Times
SCSU professor spent years improving literacy for African tribe
SCSU professor spent years improving literacy for African tribe Ettien Koffi wanted to create a written language for the Anyi, a tribe he grew up in Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2014/07/03/scsu-professor-spent-years-improving-literacy-african-tribe/12124599/ Ettien Koffi, an English and foreign ... (more)
St. Cloud Times
Our View: Binge drinking takes deadly toll on a all adultsOur View:...
Our View: Binge drinking takes deadly toll on ... all adults Study finds excessive drinking tied to 1 of 10 deaths in working-age adults Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/07/02/view-binge-drinking-takes-deadly-toll-adults/12121655/ Bring up "binge drinking" and most Central Minnesotans probably think ... (more)
Campus beat: Minnesota professor's gowns head to a London stage, via Twitter
As a theater professor, Sheila Tabaka has been directing - and making most of the costumes for - the spring play at Southwest Minnesota State University for years.
Pipestone County Star
Learning to lead
Tyson Watters and Jacoby Hunt, soon-to-be seniors at Pipestone Area Schools, were selected to attend American Legion Boys State on the Campus of Southwest Minnesota State University from June 15-21.