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Brown named top financial advisor in Minnesota
Barron's has named Richard Brown, senior fellow at the University of Minnesota Duluth's Labovitz School of Business and Economics and CEO of JNBA Financial Advisors, the top financial advisor in Minnesota.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Woodbury attorney champions veterans rights
Tom Hagen, a former advocate general with the Minnesota National Guard, is now working with veterans to help them get benefits.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Governor Dayton proposes $5-million for UMD in his budget proposal
The potential for millions of additional dollars for the University of Minnesota Duluth in Governor Mark Dayton's budget proposal has sparked conversation on campus.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Person with weapon at UMD prompts brief lockdown; 2 arrested
Someone with a weapon on the University of Minnesota, Duluth, campus Thursday prompted a brief lockdown that ended with two teenagers arrested and no one hurt, a school official said.
Frostbite survivor cheers brother at tournament
Alyssa Lommel cheered for her brother and his team, St. Cloud Cathedral, when the tournament kicked off Wednesday at the Xcel Energy Center.
2 Arrested, 1 with Airsoft Gun, on Duluth Campus
Police say they've arrested a boy with an airsoft gun and another juvenile male on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus.
Two juveniles with a gun taken into custody at UMD campus
Police were called to the Kirby Plaza at the University of Minnesota Duluth where two males were standing in the lobby with a gun.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Weberg to succeed Lalich as NRRI director
A national search has resulted in Rolf Weberg accepting the position of director of the Natural Resources Research Institute at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Duluth engineering firm adds partner and two staff
Civil engineer David Bolf, P.E., has been named a partner at Northland Consulting Engineers.
University of Minnesota Duluth students, staff to lobby legislators for more support
"We're sick of seeing these high tuition rates and these loan rates that continuously go up, and we want to do something about it," said senior .
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Couple dies of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning
Polk County sheriff's authorities say 49-year-old Kent Ostgaard and his 51-year-old wife, Natalie, were found dead after a 911 call Monday morning.
UMD graduate's senior project becomes clothing business
For any student sick of school, this just might be your inspiration. A graduate of the University of Minnesota Duluth has found his senior project is paying off, quite literally.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Panera Bread business heats up on opening weekend in Duluth
General Manager Scott Mabusth says the lines have been out the door since they opened for regular business hours at six, Saturday morning.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
St. Cloud Times
Months after incident, Lommel meets rescuers in St. Cloud
Alyssa Lommel finally got to meet the people who saved her life in December. Months after the University of Minnesota Duluth student was found on the steps of a neighbor's home along Woodland Avenue after spending a night outside in subzero conditions, she was able to meet her saviors at a high school hockey game in St. Cloud.
UAFS professor retiring, farewell program planned
After 16 years teaching at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith and 21 years serving in the Army, professor Charles L. Booker Jr. has decided to bid farewell to Fort Smith and head into retirement.
The Navajo Times
Minn. regulators delay release of wild rice report
The agency gave no explanation for canceling the release except to say it wasn't ready.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
Two University Of Minnesota Duluth Students Invent 'Snow Swimming'
Two enterprising University of Minnesota Duluth students took advantage of the massive amount of snow in their backyard by trying out "snow swimming," a feat as difficult as it may seem.
Engineers Develop Cell Phone Charging System that Harvests Energy from Vibrations
A multinational team of engineers is working on new technology that would allow you to charge your phone on the go without having to plug in.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Duluth doctors: PolyMet study skips health impacts
A group of Duluth area physicians, nurses and medical school faculty says human health impacts of copper mining haven't been adequately addressed in the PolyMet environmental review.
St. Cloud Times
MPCA postpones releasing wild rice recommendation
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has postponed its recommendation on whether changes are needed to the state's water quality standards for protecting wild rice from sulfates.