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Experts discuss local effects of climate change at Forum Rosenmeier

The virtual seminar on Monday April 19 was a sort of dual program, with participants benefiting from the expertise of Paul Douglas, a seasoned meteorologist, alongside his friend and peer, Dr Mark Seeley, a climatologist formerly at the University of Minnesota. The two explored the complex relationship between weather and …

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ParkMobile Informs Parking Committee of Data Breach | New

HUNTINGTON – The company the Huntington Municipal Parking Board uses to collect mobile parking payments has released information about a recent cybersecurity breach. ParkMobile informed users of a cybersecurity breach it became aware of in March. Last week the company published the findings of its investigation conducted with a cybersecurity …

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Are we in the era of criminally charged cops?

Less than four years later, former Minneapolis policeman Mohamed Noor is in jail after a jury convicted him of murder for shooting and killing Justine Damond, former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin is on trial for murder for the death of George Floyd, and Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter …

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Mississippi River flood warning, snowflakes expected for the coming week

The forecast calls for snow but no accumulation as the flood warning issued by the National Weather Service in Duluth continues for Aitkin. A previous flood warning issued for the Brainerd Lakes region has expired. RELATED: Weather Service Issues Flood Warning for Mississippi River in Lake District “The week will …

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Another opinion: Minnesota can remain “ the land of the blue waters of the sky ”

Relax. The agency does not suggest changing the standards for our drinking water. One can expect that these lofty benchmarks of purity – ensuring Minnesota remains “the land of the blue waters of the sky,” as the Hamm’s brewery in St. Paul sang to itself – will remain intact. Instead, …

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Different views: college students check this spring all the time of nice worth

That does not imply the return of statewide testing – it was canceled final yr in Minnesota resulting from COVID-19 – will not be of nice worth. Testing can play an essential position in assessing pupil efficiency and scenario after a tough yr of distance studying, district-by-district mixes of in-person …

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Washington County’s new 911 delivery heart has opened

Washington County’s new 911 dispatch heart opened on the St. George Metropolis Commons Constructing on Monday after a three-week set up interval. The $ 1.3 million, 6,000 sq. foot facility is a step up from the county’s earlier 2,400 sq. foot facility and may accommodate as much as 20 dispatchers, …

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World cargo of coronavirus: pandemic could not go away by finish of 2021, WHO says

Variants are spreading shortly in Japan In what’s an alarming development for Japan forward of the Summer season Olympics, coronavirus variants are spreading quickly in Kobe, research finds. The town carried out a random variant verify amongst individuals who examined optimistic for Covid-19 after January 1. The outcomes confirmed that …

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The stroller, March 2, 2021: occasions within the Alle-Kiski valley

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Former Gallatin County Transport Employee Charged With Impersonating Sheriff Over Motel Reductions | Crime and courts

A former Gallatin County dispatch employee was arrested over the weekend after police mentioned he advised motel employees he was the county’s new sheriff to get upgrades and reductions for his keep . Mark Ward, 44, is accused of posing as a public servant, a felony. He was seen in …

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