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MinnPost 4h
Spread of emerald ash borer in Minnesota slower than predicted; Bremer trustees respond to suit from bank; Red Lake Band of Chippewa grapples with declining enrollment; and more in the afternoon Glean
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MinnPost 5h
As a practical matter, Gerald Ford’s long-ago assessment of the practical definition of an impeachable offense is looking, unexpectedly, smarter than it formerly did.
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MinnPost 5h
There were 719 deaths (1.02 per 100,000 children) in 1968. That number had fallen to 184 (0.25 per 100,000 children) by 2017.
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MinnPost 6h
Tune in to Facebook Live for MinnPost Live: Beyond the Horserace in 2020 at noon CT tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 10. Hear directly from the reporters at MinnPost HQ.
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MinnPost 6h
North Korean propagandists are focusing their adolescent insults on Trump, declaring him to be suffering the “Dotage of a Dotard.” Whatever that means.
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MinnPost 7h
Spread of emerald ash borer in Minnesota slower than predicted; after snow, cold sets in in metro; Red Lake Band of Chippewa grapples with declining enrollment; and more in the afternoon Glean
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MinnPost 7h
Jana Shortal: “'How could I sit on stage and talk about eating disorders for an hour without telling my own story?' That would be disingenuous.”
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MinnPost 8h
The council members eliminated Frey’s most controversial budget proposal: $2.4 million to hire 14 new officers next year, which would have expanded the police force from 888 to 902.
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MinnPost 10h
After a series of heated public meetings over 2020 police staffing, the Minneapolis City Council has agreed to expand the city’s number of officers in training while keeping the department’s force the same size. by
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MinnPost 10h
Study: By the 1920s, dams and deforestation had so damaged the landscape that it could no longer support the tribe’s subsistence economy, and its members were forced onto their reservation at Nett Lake.
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MinnPost 10h
Do you want to learn more about MinnPost’s plan for 2020 election coverage? Tune in to Facebook Live for MinnPost Live: Beyond the Horserace in 2020 at noon CT tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 10.
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MinnPost 11h
Snow, severe cold in forecast for much of Minnesota; St. Joseph’s Hospital in St. Paul faces uncertain future; Gophers to face Auburn in Outback Bowl; and more in the morning Glean
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MinnPost 11h
Gerald R. Ford argued on the floor of the House that “high crimes and misdemeanors” should be defined as “whatever a majority of the House of Representatives considers them to be at a moment in history.”
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MinnPost 11h
.’s podcast: Gold-medal-winning Olympic skier said she enjoyed sharing the stage with KARE-11 host and talking about their shared history of disordered eating by
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MinnPost 11h
The number of American children, particularly those under age three, who die from choking on household objects has dropped dramatically — by 75 percent — over the past 50 years
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MinnPost 12h
Opinion piece by Dr. Jody K. Hargrove: We need to protect all patients from the insurance industry’s step therapy practices – both those covered by state regulated plans and federally regulated plans.
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MinnPost 12h
You could see this coming: President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are calling each other names again.
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MinnPost 13h
Snow, severe cold in forecast for much of Minnesota; North Dakota county may stop accepting refugees; and more in the morning Glean
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MinnPost Dec 8
MinnPost needs to raise $78,000 by December 31 to ensure we’re fully funded as we head into the new year. Will you make a tax-deductible donation right now to keep us on track and power our reporters in 2020?
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MinnPost Dec 8
“Museums have a very influential role in how the public sees native people; a long history of perpetuating stereotypes and objectifying native people, and so now the institution is more committed to centering native perspectives…”
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