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  1. Son: City Hall gunman in Minnesota clashed with authoritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Charlotte Observer

    This undated photo provided by Nathan Kmetz shows his father, Raymond Kmetz. Raymond Kmetz, who was killed in a confrontation with police outside a City Council meeting in suburban Minneapolis had a long history of friction with authorities, his son said Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.

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  2. Dayton's $42 billion budget gives bulk of state spending increase to educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    Proposing a state budget $7 billion larger than when he took office, Dayton seeks major spending boosts for schools, learning programs Gov. Mark Dayton outlined a $42 billion budget on Tuesday that prioritizes spending millions more on education, particularly on early childhood education and efforts to tackle the state's achievement gap between white and minority students. Minnesota schools and young families win big under the $42 billion budget proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday, with most new spending going to education.

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  3. Enbridge defends northern route for pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    The pipeline company says an alternate would be more expensive, and probably wouldn't work with shippers trying to move North Dakota crude oil to market. Pipeline operator Enbridge Energy on Tuesday defended its proposal to build a northern Minnesota crude oil pipeline in the face of persistent suggestions by state agencies that another route, farther south, might be better.

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  4. Five leadership lessons in Minnesota's rebranding effortRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    In case you missed it, there was a great article last week in the Wall Street Journal about the move to rebrand Minnesota as "North." It's nicely summarized as "a number of local influencers want their region to be recognized for its innovative, sturdy character, honed by long, cold winters."

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  5. Protect others by staying home when illRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Roseville Review

    With the state in the midst of a particularly tough influenza season, health officials are urging Minnesotans to protect themselves and others by staying home when they are ill. The latest weekly influenza report published by the Minnesota Department of Health shows influenza activity continuing at a high level in the state.

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  6. Great Lakes wolves ordered returned to endangered listRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | The Circle

    The Humane Society of the United States and other animal welfare groups filed the suit last February.

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  7. Community News CorporationRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 4 | Hayfield Herald

    Son of Russ and Hattie Darr, Clelland was born December 13, 1918, on a farm near Webb, IA. His childhood was spent on farms where Clell grew to love the land and farming became his life's calling.

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  8. Relentless love affair with Vail'Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Vail Daily News

    Dr. Ken Hodges is still racin' after all these years. Here he's 83, or so, and competing in a NASTAR race.

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  9. Son: City Hall gunman in Minnesota clashed with authoritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    An emergency personnel member walks outside the New Hope Police Department after two police officers were shot Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 in New Hope, Minn. Two newly sworn-in officers and others were shot at Monday night as they left a New Hope City Council meeting.

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  10. Season's Final Dual Set For Friday, Saturday in MinneapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Northwestern University

    The final dual meet competition of the 2014-15 season for both Northwestern men's and women's swimming and diving squads happens this weekend, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30-31, against both Minnesota and Purdue in Minneapolis, Minn. The two session meet begins at 5 p.m. CT Friday evening at Minnesota's University Aquatic Center.

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  11. Budget squeeze forces layoffs at state's largest agencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    The Minnesota Department of Human Services plans to eliminate 43 positions in state treatment programs, the latest in a wave of belt-tightening at the state's largest government agency. The layoffs, disclosed in a memo to agency employees, affect state programs that treat the state's most vulnerable populations, including people with developmental disabilities, mental illnesses and chemical addictions.

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  12. Republicans on Dayton budget: too big, wrong prioritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you. Contributors in Minnesota: Patrick Condon, J. Patrick Coolican, Patricia Lopez , Ricardo Lopez , Abby Simons, and Glen Stubbe .

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  13. Dayton lifts education in $42 billion budget but test awaitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    A reporter props a budget pie chart against his computer as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and sate officials presented his two-year budget proposal which tops $40 billion, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, in St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Commissioner of Education Brenda Cassellius addresses the education budget in Gov. Mark Dayton's two-year, $40 billion budget proposal, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, in St. Paul, Minn.

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  14. Gov. Dayton unveils two-year budget planRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthlandsNewscenter.com

    The budget plan taps into the state's $1 billion surplus to help fund voluntary, free PreK, tackling the achievement gap, and school nutrition and behavioral health. It would also provide $93 million for initiatives that would improve our higher education system, and make it more affordable for Minnesota families.

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  15. Governor signs bill providing $11M to repair Minnesota roads, restore lands hit by floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    ST. PAUL, Minn. - Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill to help rebuild Minnesota roads and restore lands hit by flooding last June.

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  16. Lakeville to focus on suicide preventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    A rise in suicides within the fastest-growing suburb in the Twin Cities metro has Lakeville Mayor Matt Little launching a community initiative to prevent residents from taking their own lives. The death of a local high school student just before the holidays alarmed Little and brought the growing issue to his attention, he said.

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  17. Schwan Shout-outRead the original story

    Yesterday | Marshall Independent

    Schwan Food Co. received an honorable mention in 98 Country DJ Pete Hanson's list of "20 Things Minnesotans Should Brag About .

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  18. MnSCU faculty, administration react to Dayton budget snubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you. Contributors in Minnesota: Patrick Condon, J. Patrick Coolican, Patricia Lopez , Ricardo Lopez , Abby Simons, and Glen Stubbe .

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  19. Gophers land commitment from Alabama defensive tackle Mose HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    Joe Christensen covered Major League Baseball for 15 years, including three seasons at the Baltimore Sun and eight at the Star Tribune, before switching to the college football beat. He's a Faribault, Minn., native who graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1996.

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  20. Dayton calls for railroad tax changes, new fee in budget to pay for safety improvementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    ST. PAUL, Minn. - Gov. Mark Dayton says railroad companies need to pay more to ensure Minnesota communities can handle increased train traffic.

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