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"One of the rewards of being a good land steward is to have birds to hear, see and count - they grade us, in a way, and like all good teachers, help us see what needs doing better on the land.
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A proposal has surfaced at the state Capitol this session to diversify campuses, close the achievement gap and make Minnesota colleges more accessible for low-income students, but it isn't gaining traction.
The No. 11 Grand Valley State University baseball team moved to 8-4 on Monday after splitting a pair of nine inning contests against No.
Aaron Kjome started as the Police Chief on January 6 and Chris Beaver began working as a patrol officer on February 7. Aaron Kjome grew up in Moskow, Minn.
Christian "Chris" Sebastian Grutzmacher "Mr. G", 67, of Chatfield, Minn., died Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, of natural causes.
A former Winona State University professor shot in his home in Winona County has died at a La Crosse, Wis., hospital.
Don and Lisa Northrup of Fort Morgan and Dave and Leni Sauer of Thornton announce the engagement of their son, Mitchell Sauer to Michelle Christianson, daughter of Jim and Cindy Christianson, all of Thornton.
Mark Vinz, fiction writer, poet and retired professor of English at Minnesota State University-Moorhead, is winner of the Minnesota Book Awards 2014 Kay Sexton Award for outstanding work in fostering books, reading and literary activity.
A panel of Somali women will share perspectives on racism during the Women on Wednesday presentation from noon to 12:50 p.m. March 19 at St. Cloud State University.
The Brown Deer High School Class of 2009 has now graduated. Twenty members of the class were awarded scholarships through the Brown Deer Scholarship Fund.
This software was developed primarily to process the files coming off the Paul P. Feder Observatory at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Lawmakers are taking aim at a sometimes-convoluted licensing and certification process that can keep veterans and military families out of work and struggling to make ends meet.