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  • McNamar, Support the U

    State Representative Jay McNamar (DFL – Elbow Lake) met with students from the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM) this week as part of the annual ‘Support the U’ Day at the State Capitol. “The Morris …

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    08 Feb 13
  • Runner

    On Wednesday, February 6, Mary Holmberg, a longtime teacher and coach at the Morris Area Schools, will receive the “Breaking Barriers” award. Holmberg has been a person of many “firsts” in the Morris Area Schools. …

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    06 Feb 13
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    Stevens County Commissioners are considering their next steps for complying with the federal Affordable Care Act. Although rules are still being developed to govern the implementation of the act in Minnesota, county employees have begun …

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    06 Feb 13
  • West Central MN Drug Task Force

    Local officers have recovered stolen property in the City of Osakis, discovering illegal drugs along the way. On Monday, January 28, the Glenwood Police Department, Osakis Police Department, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, and the …

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    06 Feb 13
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    Frank Focella, a researcher at the USDA Agricultural Research Service, has been named a Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) Fellow, the highest honor awarded by the national society. In addition to his role as …

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    06 Feb 13
  • OneActPlay

    Morris Area theatre students came in fifth place during the One Act Section competition on Saturday, February 2. The Morris team had previously placed second in sub-section action for their play, 4 A.M. The Section …

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    04 Feb 13
  • God of Carnage

    The University of Minnesota, Morris Theatre Discipline enters the second half of its season with the critically acclaimed God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza—adapted by Christopher Hampton. Siobhan Bremer, associate professor of theatre arts, directs …

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    31 Jan 13
  • Bloodmobile

    About every two seconds, a patient in the U.S. needs blood. To be prepared to respond to patient needs and emergencies on a daily basis, the American Red Cross relies on the generosity and dedication …

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    31 Jan 13