MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Public colleges and universities in Minnesota will be requiring masks to be worn on campuses to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as the delta variant of the virus is surging. The University of Minnesota is requiring that all students, employees and visitors at its five campuses...
Minnesota StatePosted byAbdi Isaaq
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Ziplining in Minnesota is the perfect combination of adrenaline, adventure, and thrills-You are gliding over treetops and taking in high vistas from the safety of your harness! For those who want to experience the excitement of ziplining in Minnesota, make sure to visit these places.
Minnesota GovernmentPosted byKARE 11
Here is the latest data from Minnesota's battle against COVID-19, and the effort to vaccinate every state resident against the virus.
Minnesota StatePosted by247Sports
"I got into Minnesota on Thursday and we were able to head to a place on campus and eat with Minnesota coaches Joe Harasymiak and Clay Patterson," 2023 Texas safety DJ Coleman said to 247Sports. "That was really nice as they made us feel at home on our first night there. On Friday, they gave us a tour of the facilities and academic center, plus I got to have a photo shoot. The Gophers campus was nice and all of their facilities seemed brand new. Then on Saturday, we came back in the afternoon for their HYPRR Hangout so I can to hang out with their committed 2022 recruits and some other top 2023 guys. It was a good experience, for sure."
Minnesota SportsPosted by247Sports
"I flew up to Minnesota this past weekend and it was a lot of fun," 2022 Texas running back and Minnesota commit Zach Evans said to GopherIllustrated. "I met up with quarterback commit Jacob Knuth, WR commits Kristen Hoskins and Ike White and commit Spencer Alvarez on Friday and we worked out in the indoor without any of the Minnesota coaches. It was great to workout with them and you kind of got to see the differences between some of the offenses that we all are running and the variation of routes. On Saturday, we had a fun scavenger hunt with the coaches. It was more laid back as there wasn't too much pressure there because it wasn't like me and the other commits were trying to get the other kids to commit or anything."
Minnesota StatePosted byStephanie Moua
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Trying out new sidewalks, trails, and other great places to walk can be a refreshing change of scenery for those who love taking walks. Moreover, walks are beneficial for your physical and mental health as well as the environment.
Minnesota GovernmentMinneapolis Star Tribune
A national push for charitable giving reforms is dividing Minnesota's nonprofits and the foundations that often fund them. The two groups, usually on the same side, are split over federal tax reforms — especially on whether oversight should be added for rapidly growing donor-advised funds. Often likened to charitable checking...
WASHINGTON – In a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) voiced her concern with the air quality in Minnesota and how the state is being affected by the ongoing wildfires. Klobuchar is urging the department to deploy Air Resource Advisors (ARAs) from the...
Minnesota Crime & Safetytruecrimedaily.com
ST. PAUL, Minn. (TCD) -- A Minnesota woman was arrested for murder after her missing ex-husband’s body was found buried in the back yard of their shared house. On Sunday, July 22, an unidentified party called 911 to request a welfare check at Kou Yang’s residence on Kennard Street after not seeing Yang, 50, for weeks, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Minnesota GovernmentPosted byThe Hill
Minnesota's public colleges and universities will require masks to be worn on all campuses as the delta variant of the coronavirus surges, according to The Associated Press. The University of Minnesota made the announcement Monday, instructing all students, staff and visitors to wear masks indoors as of Tuesday, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated.
Minnesota HealthPosted bySahan Journal
An air quality alert remains in effect for all of Minnesota through Tuesday, as what the state Pollution Control Agency calls an “unprecedented” stretch of poor air quality continues to affect the region. On Thursday, an air quality monitor in St. Cloud recorded the highest particulate reading on record for...
Minnesota Law Firm Battles For Critical Race Theory Opponents, Saying Clients Don’t Want To Convert To Its ‘Warped’ Ideology
A Minnesota public interest law firm is taking on Critical Race Theory, claiming it is an affront to the very civil rights movement it claims to represent. In fact, the law firm claims, proponents of CRT are behaving just like the KKK and other racists of yore who fought the advance of civil rights in the 1960s.
Minnesota GovernmentSt. Cloud Times
An exhibit featuring stories told by Central Minnesotan immigrants and refugees opens Monday at the Sherburne County Government Center in Elk River. In partnership with nonprofit #UniteCloud and Minneapolis nonprofit Green Card Voices, the exhibit will be on view for the entire month of August. The exhibit will display the...
Last week there were 14 counties in Minnesota with COVID-19 transmission levels deemed "high" or "substantial" by the CDC. On Friday, this had risen to 35 counties, and now on Monday CDC dates shows 45 counties with worrying levels of virus spread amid the surge caused by the delta variant.
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Marcie Rendon is on a roll. A few weeks ago the Minneapolis novelist, playwright and children’s author signed a contract with Soho Crime for two more books in her mystery series featuring Ojibwe sleuth Cash Blackbear, as well as republication of the first books in the series, “Murder on the Red River” and “Girl Gone Missing.”