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Two Muslim students who participated in a walkout in October were given a three-day suspension for using a slogan that many Jews consider antisemitic.
For those with deep ties to a conflict zone thousands of miles away, struggles are a secondary trauma.
From his cabin up north, as Jim Eide lives out his twilight, war stories spill forth.
But the state Veterans Day Event in Inver Grove Heights will go on as scheduled.
The Legislature plans to take up the issue of medical aid in dying during its next session.
Equating Hamas to Russia and Israel to Ukraine, groups see parallels as Washington debates funding.
With four of the original 3,000 Peace Corps volunteers, Plainview has a legacy of service.
Crosby and Ironton, on the southern tip of the Iron Range, struggled after mining left. Then came the mountain bikers.
Karl Thomas Holmberg was charged Friday with multiple felony counts, including six counts of first-degree attempted murder.
One awoke in Tel Aviv to air-raid sirens. Another feared for his brother, who was called to military duty.