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State Will Help Moose Lake Build School If Referendum Passes
Updated: 08/26/2014 5:11 PM Created: 08/26/2014 5:03 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling firstname.lastname@example.org It's almost time for kids to head back to school, but in Moose Lake school officials hope their students will be in a new school by 2016.
Career criminal's latest effort gets attention of Minnesota Court of Appeals
Arthur Senty-Haugen has been a fraud artist most of his life. On Monday, his latest stunt got a knockdown from Minnesota's Court of Appeals.
MN Court of Appeals re-evaluates case of convicted rapist
The appeals court said the lower court didn't do enough fact-finding when it civilly committed a 50-year-old rapist.
Court wants to expedite Minn Sex Offender Program case
The U-S District Court in Minnesota has concluded that at least two people, civilly committed in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, should get an expedited court case to determine whether they should be released or released to less restrictive settings.
Writing workshop cultivates prisoners' creative sides
Jennifer Bowen Hicks loved to watch one student in her lyric essay class at Moose Lake state prison who took to writing with great energy and enthusiasm.