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A sacred stupa is a physical structure in which a relic of the Buddha, enlightened beings, or holy books is enshrined.
Funeral services were held for St. Croix County Sheriff's Deputy Kaitie Leising on Friday, May 12, 2023 in Hudson, Wisc.
We were backstage as the recent "Blues for an Alabama Sky" show came to life.
As free school meals seem poised to become law in Minnesota, supporters worry about funding for programs determined by free school lunch eligibility forms. Critics argue the legislation's price tag is too high.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited the final assembly plant for New Flyer electric buses, Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023 St. Cloud, Minn.
Walz's signature makes Minnesota the sixteenth state to spell out a right to abortion access in its law books or constitution, and the first Legislature take such action since Roe was overturned last June.
Calvary and Spring Lake Lutheran Churches held a Tailgating Worship Service and Potluck on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023.
Holiday preparations kicked off at the Minnesota State Capitol on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Gov. Tim Walz was presented an unnamed turkey by the Minn. Turkey Growers Association, ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. The state Christmas tree was also delivered and set up in the Capitol Rotunda.
Rogers lost to Mankato West 14-10 in a 5A semifinal game on Saturday, Nov. 19 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Mankato West will advance to the 5A championship game.
Watertown-Mayer and New London-Spicer faced off in a semifinal game of the 3A football tournament on Saturday, Nov. 19 at US Bank Stadium.