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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.
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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.
World Day of Prayer 2014, noon, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 4310 County Road 137.
Tahir Sandhu wasn't just selling tandoori naan and mango lassi at the indoor St. Joseph Farmers' Market during one bitterly cold afternoon.
Around the same time former Minnesota State University football coach Todd Hoffner announced he was accepting a job at another university, he filed legal documents to erase any record of the unfounded criminal charges that drew national attention to him and MSU.
Curious Theatre Company presents David Lindsay-Abaire 's Good People, directed by Artistic Company Member Christy Montour-Larson.
Originally from Rhinelander, I am a 35-year-old proud father of two elementary-age children and have been happily married to my wife Kim for nine years.
Metropolitan State University's alumni magazine, Buzz, asked graduates for their favorite professors in the school's history.
This documentary tells the stories of women who have learned from their past, who are changing their future and who are teaching us how domestic violence affects every person.
Seven candidates for superintendent have been tapped by the Deming Public Schools Board of Education for a round of interviews while the advertisement remains open for more applicants.
A Senate panel took an early peek Tuesday at a Minnesota State Colleges and Universities request to fund building projects, including more than $12 million for campuses in St. Cloud.
They are hoping lawmakers will hear their calls and do something that will change the bullying laws in the state.
This Thursday, the conjoined efforts of music students from North Dakota State University and Minnesota State University Moorhead will offer up an outing that Orchestra Concerto/Aria Concert, and besides featuring the talents of the group's 45 students, some soloists will get the spotlight in the first half of this concert.