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ISD 318 superintendent search has been cancelled

During a meeting on the morning of Monday, April 14, the ISD 318 School Board decided to cancel the hiring process for district superintendent when it was discovered that only two-thirds of the boardRead the rest of "ISD 318 superintendent search has been c" ...

Commission rules to demote officer

The Grand Rapids Police Civil Service Commission has ruled that a Grand Rapids police sergeant should be demoted to patrol officer. The commission issued the ruling after a closed session Monday afterRead the rest of "Commission rules to demote officer" ...


Legislative finish line battle is over bonding bill - Herald Review

Legislative finish line battle is over bonding billHerald ReviewST. PAUL — Iron Range lawmakers will soon be scrambling for a portion of the almost $1 billion bond funding allocated for capital investment proposals around Minnesota. ...

Deer River man sentenced to eight years in prison for stabbing - Northland's NewsCenter

Northland's NewsCenterDeer River man sentenced to eight years in prison for stabbingNorthland's NewsCenterItasca Co., Minn. ( - 31-year-old Dana Allen Middleton of Deer River, Minnesota was sentenced to eight years in prison for stabbing a person in downtown Grand Rapids on February 25, 2014. ...

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InSecurity: Race, Surveillance and Privacy in the Digital Age on April 30

This looks like a potentially interesting event – it’s happening in DC but will be made available online as well… Join us! InSecurity: Race, Surveillance and Privacy in the Digital Age! Now more than ever, digital tools sit at a precarious tipping point. ...

Preparing Students for A Changing World

This is the last in a series of articles, written by Christina Brown, that show how community members are using the Pathway to Student Success. The Pathway was created and endorsed by local youth and adults as a guide to engage everyone in building strong community by supporting youth on their journey to becoming the next generation of skilled workers, engaged citizens and civic leaders. ...

Annandale is waiting to hoping the Broadband Development Fund goes through

Annandale has been pretty vocal about their interest in broadband. Earlier this month, the city administrator spoke about the local need for broadband with the Institute for Local Self Reliance. ...

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