FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY WCHA weekly preview: March 18-24
Review of last week
The first round of the WCHA playoffs was fairly predictable, with the higher seed winning in five of six series:
#1 St. Cloud State swept #12 Alaska Anchorage
#2 Minnesota swept ... Posted on 3/19/13 at 9:10 PM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA The Current Usefulness and Limitations to Computer Textual Analysis
Recently, some scholars have made use of computer analysis to address the questions of who wrote the Federalist Papers and who wrote the Epistle to the Hebrews:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2... Posted on 2/26/13 at 5:58 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST My Many Faces of the Twin Cities Marathon
I have quite a few pictures from the Twin Cities Marathon (TCM) that have either been shared by friends, or purchased by me, that I want to pass along to you. Here's what I have:
This is taken by Car... Posted on 10/19/12 at 8:59 PM
NDAD INSIGHTS ‘It’s good to ask for help when you need it’
Surgery has given little LaShon Strickland a chance to overcome a disfiguring condition that threatened to dog him throughout his life.
Charitable nonprofit NDAD support helped ensure his moms on-s... Posted on 10/15/12 at 9:28 AM
Two House agriculture chairwomen announced that the House Agriculture Policy Committee will join the House Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Finance Committee when it discusses farm program financing.
Deliberations over a long-term debt fix in Washington are casting an enormous cloud of doubt over the economic forecast in Minnesota, which in turn complicates Gov. Mark Dayton's task of assembling a two-year budget proposal.
A transportation group created by Gov. Mark Dayton is calling for higher gas taxes, vehicle registration fees and Twin Cities sales taxes to raise at least $90 billion for road and transit over the next two decades.
In the last few years, the Saints have lobbied state officials for help financing a new, 7,500-seat ballpark in St. Paul. The Saints want the state to kick in $25 million – half of the total cost. The team and the city of St. Paul would contribute the rest. The proposed park would be located in the Lowertown neighborhood on downtown St. Paul’s east side.
Joe LaBrosse and four friends were crossing the Lafayette Bridge on a snowy December night in 1983 when the driver lost control. The concrete barrier between the car and the edge of the bridge had been piled with snow from plows and was more of a ramp than a barricade, LaBrosse recalls.
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