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A new Minnesota law that changes immunization requirements for students entering Grade 7 goes into effect Sept. 1, 2014. The updated requirements make Minnesota’s immunizations law in-line with current national recommendations and practices. The new school immunization law requires all students entering Grade 7 to receive a single dose of the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and [...]

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Alia Jackson and Pierre Fulford are just two of the millions of youngsters who have gained from charter public schools. On July 29, they joined with former Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Howard Fuller and almost 200 Minnesota parents and educators to discuss what is working well and what needs to be improved with Minnesota’s [...]

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Carver County Sheriff’s Office deputies ticketed 174 motorists traveling at illegal and unsafe speeds during stepped-up speed enforcement July 10-27. The campaign was coordinated by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety. Unsafe and illegal speed is the most commonly reported contributing factor in fatal crashes. From 2011-13, speed was a contributing [...]

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Suspicious activity was reported on the 2600 block of Fieldstone Dr. in Victoria. Theft was reported on Jefferson Ave. SW in Watertown. A bad check was reported on Fremont St. SW in Watertown. A child custody dispute was reported on Parkside Circle in Cologne. A drug violation was reported in Waconia. An adult female from [...]

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(Editor’s Note: This special article was contributed by Katie (Hebeisen) Louden, daughter of Jeff Hebeisen of NYA, who shares the story of how her father was rescued in 2013 with equipment purchased from Stiftungsfest funds.) BY Katie (Hebeisen) Louden Growing up in the Norwood Young America area, Stiftungsfest was always the last hurrah of summer [...]

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