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3 hrs ago | St. Cloud Times
Minority teachers needed to increase diversity in Minn. schools Most teachers white despite growing immigrant population Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/minnesota/2014/08/01/minority-teachers-needed-increase-diversity-school/13498903/ Minnesota ranks just below the national average on the ratio of ... (more)
7 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet
Richard Eischens recently had conditions placed on his rental license because of unpermitted work and code violations on his 8th Street Southeast property, pictured here on Monday afternoon.
12 hrs ago | Fort Francis Times
Kim Jo Bliss, research technician at the Emo Agricultural Research Station, led a walking tour through various experimental crops yesterday evening.
16 hrs ago | Statecollege.com
To find out which of the nation's 1,500 four-year colleges provide the best bang for your buck, Money screened out those with a below-average graduation rate and then ranked the remaining 665.
20 hrs ago | Business Journal
The University of Minnesota has had a spectacular five years, at least according to Forbes - its ranking of best colleges in the nation puts the school at No.
With a loss to incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen, Brown could be the first candidate to lose two senate races to women.
Sometimes in life, you're lucky enough to encounter people who are willing to take the time to help you learn how to do your job better.
According to the business magazine, University of Minnesota tops the list of most improved schools since 2009 in its America's Best Colleges rankings.
Perhaps understandably, Jeff D. Larson is reluctant to pick shows he is most looking forward to in the Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Anyone who gardens regularly can tell you the psychological, physical and social benefits they gain from the experience.
There's a complex ecosystem deep inside your gut, home to trillions of bacteria armed with the power to help - or harm - you.
College of Veterinary Medicine assistant professor Nicholas Phelps explains aquaponic farming in a greenhouse in St. Paul on July 25, 2014.
Some of the unused land behind TCF Bank Stadium could sprout more research buildings as the University of Minnesota continues a slow expansion beyond the eastern confines of its Minneapolis campus.
The $270-million neutrino detector completed this month at Ash River is the world's largest free-standing PVC structure, consisting of 10,782 modules assembled by a team of University of Minnesota students over four years.
Did defense attorneys for the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle make a strategic error in the final days of the Jesse Ventura defamation trial? That's a question some court observers are asking after a split jury in St. Paul, Minn., awarded $1.8 million to the former Minnesota governor.
With more than 600 people dead from the Ebola virus in West Africa, fears are running rampant of the virus spreading globally since this is the worst outbreak of the deadly disease in history.
On June 17, an explosion in a chemistry lab at the University of Minnesota injured graduate student Walter Partlo.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:57 pm
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