A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Mr. White American Man
Greetings! I have an exciting article today featuring parades, modeling, and being on stage. But first, I want to let you all know that my book/eBook project, New Plateaus in China, was accepted and n... Posted on 5/12/12 at 9:15 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Flatbread: All-Purpose, All Delicious
While vacationing in Arizona a couple of weeks ago, I attended a cooking class at Sweet Basil Gourmetware and Cooking School in Scottsdale. My friend, Pat Sinclair, and I pulled into the parking lot o... Posted on 3/18/12 at 3:13 PM
Cloquet School Board members deferred a decision Tuesday about whether to take advantage of a new tool for school districts which would allow them to issue bonds, without an election, to help fund post-employment benefits.
The Wrenshall School Board is inviting Duluth parents dissatisfied with their school district’s long-range building plan to take advantage of open enrollment and send their students to Wrenshall, 15 miles southwest of West Duluth.
Since 2001, the Cromwell-Wright School District has invested a lot of energy in keeping kids busy and safe in the after-school hours until parents get home from work. It takes a lot of money to operate after-school activities, but the district invested available funds in a fledgling after-school program.
To say Cloquet High School senior Ethan Skare needs a new liver does not begin to tell his story.
Born in 1989, Skare had a rare type of cirrhosis of the liver that occurs in newborns. As a result, he was only a toddler in 1991 when he endured a liver transplant surgery that had complications. Skare received a liver from a six-year-old child.
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