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A newly published children’s book by Red Lake author Elizabeth Barrett and illustrator Jonathan Thunder brings the Seven Grandfather Teachings of Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility and Truth to colorful life for young and old.
The marketing guru and host of "The Goal Digger Podcast" talks about her new book, "How Are You, Really?" recently featured on the "Today Show."
The third edition of "Rock Climbing Minnesota" details more than 1,100 routes and includes more voices in each description and more photos of women, people of color and LGBTQ climbers.
The Tribal College will celebrate the book release and give away signed copies during the annual Alumni Gathering on Thursday, July 21, which is open to the public.

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After writing four editions herself, Anne Arthur invited her daughter Signy Sherman to collaborate on the the latest.
A new National Geographic book by Stephanie Pearson is rooted in her childhood exploring Duluth's Hartley Park.
They filmed a scene at St. Paul’s Spot Bar, or at least Chuck thinks they did
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W. Carter Johnson first began studying the ecology of the Dakotas as a graduate student at North Dakota State University in the 1960s and early '70s. His new book offers a survey of the region's natural history and the many ways in which humans have altered the land.
The First Amendment has, historically, been at the center of what it means to be an American, but these days it seems millions of Americans are less concerned with protecting ideas, and their expression, then silencing them.
Teresa Peterson and Walter "Super" LaBatte of the Upper Sioux Community offer a treasure of Dakota stories passed down from the generations, as well as their own, in their book, "Voices From Pejuhutazizi: Dakota Stories and Storytellers."

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Larry Cole tells of his journey as a farm kid and athlete for the Granite Falls Kilowatts to playing in five Super Bowls and 26 playoff games as a stalwart of the Dallas Cowboys and the team's "Doomsday Defense." He brought the competitive spirit he showed on the field to business and built a successful career as a real estate developer.
Roxane B. Salonen writes about the "Grace Gallops" author's book and her quest to help others.
The conference has earned a national reputation among writers as one of the best-run, most interesting events of its kind, because of public participation and its free and open format, an organizer says.

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