The university details why programs must go.
Archives for September 2010
As residents in southeastern Minnesota continue to clean up after record floods, officials are telling homeowners to be wary of contractors claiming to be approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA officials say the agency neither certifies nor endorses any private-sector contractors. Homeowners who are contacted by contractors claiming to represent FEMA, or who Read more →
A prime weekend approaches for leaf watching
Officials estimate the research corridor has created more than 10,000 jobs since 2002 and is expected to add another 10,000 jobs by 2015.
The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is a step closer to building a tribally owned radio station. Their goal is to create programming that will help preserve the Ojibwe language and culture.
The college says it’s raised $37 million of a $50 million campaign to fund the business school. Concordia officials aren’t saying how much Offutt contributed, but they it’s the largest single contribution in school history.
When they find “Outback Joe” the team has to drop a liter of water from the aircraft within 100 meters of the dummy without hitting him.
Bolstered by federal and local grants to aviation, Cirrus Aircraft is holding a three-day symposium this week in Duluth with more than 250 service, training, and vendor partners. Cirrus Spokesperson Valerie Blanchenay said company officials will update their partners on the state of the business and discuss 2011 planning. MPR blogger Bob Collins noted a Read more →
University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley briefs the campus today (Sept. 20 at noon) about the plan to retire the Fighting Sioux nickname.
Local sales tax collections are up in a number of Minnesota cities, a sign that people are buying more taxable goods.