She explained the organization is awarding grants to 52 communities to improve the health and wellness of young people in Minnesota. The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community contributed $300,000 to the 52 Weeks of Giving program. According to their press release, "extreme poverty and the loss of traditional foods have caused many Native Americans to suffer from poor or inadequate diets. Today, Native Americans face the worst health disparities of all other groups of Americans, including some of the highest levels of diabetes and obesity.
"I'm time-lapsing my chrysalis on the iPad because it's almost ready to come out," science student Emily Sapyta explained. "The chrysalis is when it's been green for two weeks and then it starts to turn clear so you can see the monarch inside of it. When it does that (turns clear), it's almost time to come out. When it does, it will be a butterfly."
When the sun backlights the leaves, they take on a translucent, magical glow, truly a wonder to see.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar's staff will participate in an open discussion on the opioid crisis in Carlton County at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Cloquet City Hall. The public is invited.
. The victim told the officers he and the juvenile were walking to the Holiday gas station when Williams jumped out of a wooded area, and struck him with the bat.
The band delighted the audience for about 10 minutes before Ardennia took the stage bathed in blue light and began entertaining with her smooth vocals. Her smile was as big as her voice as she bantered back and forth with band members and audience.
The congregation had a building of its own by April 1896, with 85 people and almost 90 children attending Sunday School classes. Located at the corner of Avenue C and Broadway Avenue, the building did not last long. It had been set on cedar blocks about four feet off of the ground instead of a solid foundation, and the building blew off in a storm about a month after it opened.
> Like everyone else, Hutto initially thought the sounds were from firecrackers. After the shots stopped, then started again a few times, both Hutto and her friend dove to the ground. "Up to that point, the concert had been fabulous and well organized," Hutto said. "A gentleman behind us said to 'stay calm, but run, those are shots,'" said Hutto.
"We lean against each other," Steffens explained. "Everyone is on the same page for a common goal." Understandably, Steffens is very excited for Highway 210 connecting Duluth to Carlton through Jay Cooke to reopen. She said the road is a great training loop for those entering events such as the Ironman triathlon.
The dogs were excited to see the visitors and watched hopefully through the chain link kennel doors to see if anyone was going to spring them from doggie jail.