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This is the first time that all of the colleges and universities of Minnesota State have waived the application fee for an entire month.
Schools across the country have experienced false calls regarding active shooters in recent weeks, prompting law enforcement to investigate the matter. In Minnesota, 15 schools, from Rochester to Cloquet received hoax calls this week.
The Friends of Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge have created an endowment fund through West Central Initiative, to provide a sustained funding source for their outdoor education programming at the Refuge.
The decrease in immunization rates stems from when COVID-19 disrupted routine medical care for many in 2020 and 2021.
A school district in southern Minnesota offers online, career-minded coursework for students statewide.
Minnesota is among a group of states that have not conformed their codes to a federal law exempting student loan debt forgiveness from taxes. Changing that has bipartisan backing, but any action will likely have to wait until January when lawmakers return to the capitol in St. Paul for the regular session.

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The Lake Park-Audubon football team is hoping to leave some frustrating seasons in the past. Under second-year head coach PJ Peterson, the Raiders aim to get more physical against a hard-nosed district schedule.
State achievement levels on standardized tests dropped significantly following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lee has also thrilled collegiate audiences with her performance on Auburn’s gymnastics team. She hasn’t yet decided whether she’ll aim for the Olympics in 2024.

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