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Late-night storms topple trees, injure campers in BWCA - Minneapolis Star Tribune


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Late-night storms topple trees, injure campers in BWCA
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Hours later, at least nine people were evacuated by emergency crews as others in canoes, planes and a helicopter scoured the western edge of the northern Minnesota wilderness area for others who might have been hurt in the storm.Read the rest of "Late-night storms topple trees, injure c" ...

Superintendent Adams pleads not guilty to DWI charge

In a very brief court appearance Tuesday afternoon, the attorney for the superintendent of the Nashwauk-Keewatin and Greenway school districts entered not guilty pleas to charges stemming from a JulyRead the rest of "Superintendent Adams pleads not guilty t" ...

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Four injured in two-vehicle crash - Herald Review

Four injured in two-vehicle crashHerald Review... in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 2 in Cohasset Thursday evening. According to the Minnesota State Pa ...

Essentia Health-Deer River student internship program promotes local ... - Herald Review

Essentia Health-Deer River student internship program promotes local ...Herald ReviewFrom the first point of contact whether in admissions or at the sc ...

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Bremer Bank Meals for Many Campaign Donations Top $95,000

St. Paul, Minn. – July 25, 2014 - During the ninth annual Bremer Bank Meals for Many Campaign, the $2-for-$1 donation match up to $35,000, was met and exceeded once again. ...

A man with a plan

Gary Fitch will kick off his “Minnesota Miracle” walk to help end hunger in Minnesota at 10 a.m. Aug. 2 in International Falls.By EMILY GEDDE Staff Writer, Ifalls JournalHis tennis shoes are laced up and Gary Fitch is ready to make a difference.In two weeks, the retired mail carrier will set out on a 300-mile, 30-day walk from International Falls to St. ...

The unintended consequences of technology on our brains

This is a strange post for a blog that promotes broadband and technology, but I ran into an article in the Huffington Post that did all of the research that I’d like to do on the impact of technology on our brains and skills and who we are – 8 Ways Technology Makes You Stupid. ...

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Enhancing learning with the ISD 318 iPad rollout

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