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1 hr ago | St. Cloud Times

Sartell vet clinic sold to associate

Sartell vet clinic sold to associate Founder Bea Winkler has transferred ownership to Walker Brown, who joined the practice in 2008 Check out this story on Bea Winkler, founder of Pine Cone Pet Hospital in Sartell, has sold the ... (more)


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5 hrs ago | Drudge Retort

University of Minnesota Not Thrilled to Host Slurskins

When Washington comes to play Minnesota at the University of Minnesota for an NFL game Nov. 2, the university has asked Washington to use throwback jerseys without the team name or logo, not have any team apparel or paraphernalia sold on the premises and for the team's name not to be used by the PA announcer or on the scoreboards.


Related Topix: US News, Liberal Political News

5 hrs ago | KSTP

Dayton, School Officials Welcome Students Back to Class

As free all-day kindergarten begins in schools throughout the state, Gov. Mark Dayton will welcome young students to Garden City Elementary in Brooklyn Center.


Related Topix: Mark Dayton, US Governors, US Politics, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Family, Kids

9 hrs ago | Star Tribune

Keeping tabs on Tuesday's morning commute

It's back to school today as classes at the University of Minnesota begin and thousands head back to class as public schools also start today.


13 hrs ago | Medical News Today

Animal model developed for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed an animal research model for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy to be used for muscle regeneration research as well as studies of the effectiveness of potential therapies for FSHD.


Related Topix: Genetics, Medicine, Doxycycline (generic), Vibramycin, Doryx, Stem Cell Research, Science / Technology

Mon Sep 01, 2014

Star Tribune

West River Parkway in Minneapolis to remain closed until 2015

A popular riverfront route for both commuting and recreation in Minneapolis could remain impassable until August of next year, following a mudslide this June.


Related Topix: Natural Disasters, Mudflow

Shiny shiny

This piano turns clouds into music

A French museum of modern art has commissioned an installation that makes music from the weather.


Related Topix: Cameras

Silicon Alley Insider

This Startup Wants You To Control Everything In Your Home By Pointing At What You Want

Apple recently unveiled its new platform for connected appliances called HomeKit , and this year's Consumer Electronics Show was filled with household gadgets that you can control using your smartphone.


Related Topix: Home Automation, Cameras

PhysOrg Weblog

ANTHEM-HF study shows significant improvement in cardiac function...

Regulation of the autonomic nervous system with a device that delivers continuous, low-amplitude stimulation to the vagus nerve can significantly improve cardiac function and symptoms in patients with chronic heart failure, regardless of whether the device is implanted on the left or right vagus nerve, according to preliminary results presented ... (more)


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, Epilepsy, Medicine, Health

The Review

Meeks to step down as president of EGCC

Laura Meeks came to Steubenville and Jefferson Community College in 1999 with what she describes as "a very high energy level."


Related Topix: Steubenville, OH, Jefferson County, OH, Gateway (Washington, DC), Pittsburg State University

Sun Aug 31, 2014

Donald B. Shahon, MD, 90

Donald B. Shahon, MD died peacefully in the company of his family on August 30, 2014 in New Bedford, Massachusetts at the age of 90. Born in Boston, Dr. Shahon graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Biochemistry in 1944 and received an M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1949.


Related Topix: New Bedford, MA, Bedford, MA, Tufts University

Pushing back middle and high school start times presents challenges

In some households, getting pre-teens and teenagers out the door in time for the start of school is a herculean task.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens, Teenagers, Pediatrics, Medicine

Poverty casts a long shadow

Poor kids usually grow up to be poor adults, concludes The Long Shadow . Johns Hopkins researchers followed 790 Baltimore first-graders until their late twenties.


The News-Gazette

Salaita backlash putting UI in bad light

Wanted: world-class scholar for state flagship university: home to Nobel Prize winners, patent-generating professors, an international student body and a fiery contretemps that has included academic boycotts and votes of no confidence in university leaders.


Star Tribune

Time running out for doctors to dispute device and drug makers' disclosures to feds

But Adams, an orthopedic surgeon at the University of Minnesota, is worried about her peers.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law

Sat Aug 30, 2014

Star Tribune

Tevlin: This weekend we celebrate the laborer. How's that working out for you?

Cue the John Philip Sousa music and commence with the underwear sales. Throw a cheddar brat on the Weber and dig out Granddad's union buttons: It is time to celebrate the American worker.


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St. Cloud Times

Get Outta TownGet Outta TownLife always seems to get busier in the...

Get Outta Town Life always seems to get busier in the fall. Even more reason to Get Outta Town Check out this story on The Detroit Lakes Cruise is a chance to see great cars, meet others who have great cars and enjoy a little time on the beach.


Related Topix: Detroit Lakes, MN, Travel

The Daily Gopher

Silent Phase Coming to an End?

Look for the University of Minnesota this week to announce corporate donations totaling nearly $30 million as the official kickoff of the Gophers' $190 million athletics facilities improvement project.


Related Topix: Minnesota, Sports, University of Minnesota NCAA, NCAA Sports


Apple season arriving late but looking like a 'bin buster'

Carpenter Nature Center usually opens its Apple Shack on Labor Day weekend but announced it is aiming to open a week later, on Friday, Sept.


Related Topix: Life, Holidays, Labor Day, Stillwater, MN, Lake City, MN, White Bear Lake, MN

Star Tribune

Fairgoers pull double duty as U research subjects

Before starting the test to establish a baseline for testing patients for Parkinson's, Colum MacKinnon, of the movement disorders lab, University of Minnesota department of neurology, measured Sandy Ahlberg of Worthington for the length of her leg.


Related Topix: Minnesota, Minnesota Government, Nursing