Minnesota Reformer Michelle Griffith says, Three teachers from the Milaca School District met – about 30 miles northeast of St. The meeting ended abruptly when the senator kicked them out of his office and accused them of “teaching children to be gay and to hate white people,” the teachers say. What’s not in dispute is that Senator Nathan Wisenberg, R Little Falls, He kicked the three teachers out of his office, though the teachers and the first-term senator have different accounts of what led to the confrontation. The teachers—who each wrote a report on what happened shortly after the meeting—say when Wesenberg learned they were part of the state teachers union, the conversation descended, with Wesenberg screaming and bumping into one of the teacher’s faces.
He says Strider Paul WalshA 49-year-old man He pleaded guilty to the Road Fury shooting on the Minneapolis interstate ramp that left the other driver for dead. George Howard of Minneapolis on Tuesday pleaded guilty in Hennepin County Court to second-degree manslaughter and unlawful weapon possession in the shooting of 38-year-old Luis Martinez Ortiz of Minneapolis on August 29, 2021, at Interstate 94 and North. … Dowling Street. … Howard’s criminal history in Minnesota includes three convictions for disorderly conduct, and one for assault and unlawful possession of weapons.”
In MPR News Ruben Katona saysThe GeekCraft Expo returns to Minneapolis this weekend with nearly 100 craft vendors selling their geeky crafts from 3D-printed dice towers to game photography. Marvel comics writer Daniel Way founded the fair in 2016 with His wife Kimberly Matsuzaki, who worked at Ubisoft…. It’s a “mall for nerds” but unlike normal malls, nothing is mass-produced. There are jewelry, stuffed animals, home décor, clothing, 3D printed works, polymer clay, needlework, toy photography, and more. “The Craft,” as some call it, “really covers the spectrum,” Way said.
New York Times story by Jenny Gross He says, “If you used Facebook in the US between May 2007 and December 2022, you can apply to claim your share of the $725 million settlement that Facebook’s parent company agreed to pay to settle a class action lawsuit, According to the claims site Created by the settlement administrator. Users can enter their information at facebookuserprivacysettlement.com to get paid through their bank account, Venmo, or other methods. The size of the payments will likely be small, and will depend on the number of people who have filed valid claims and the length of time each applicant has been a Facebook user during the period covered by the lawsuit. Payments will be split among claimants, with more given to those who have used the site for a longer period. “
This, in the story of Strib by Brooks JohnsonLegal cannabis goes from novelty to normal in Michigan, the first Midwest state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana after passing a ballot initiative in 2018. Since the first cannabis sale in December 2019, more than $4.5 billion in legal cannabis has been sold in The State of Michigan.With a 10% excise tax and a 6% sales tax, that has generated more than $700 million in revenue for the state….As Minnesota approaches legalization of recreational marijuana, The advice from Michigan advocates and professionals is: Learn from our mistakes.“
at KARE-TV Reporting by Dana TheedIt has been two weeks since the Humane Society made the decision to close three of its busiest facilities due to the devastating outbreak of canine influenza. … [Dr. Graham Brayshaw, AHS Director of Veterinary Medicine] She offered a status update on Thursday, saying there was still more than two weeks left in the 30-day quarantine imposed by the State Board of Animal Health. Dr. Brayshaw explained Canine influenza has been fairly rare in Minnesotawith only a few dozen cases since the virus first emerged in 2016.”
for WCCO-TV John Lauritsen saysIn the western Minnesota town live Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper, one of their last concerts still strikes a chord. In the late 1950s, there were no bigger names in music than Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper. and Ritchie Valens. So when the teen idols announced they were coming to Montevideo as part of their winter dance tour, Jane Ellefson was getting ready. “Oh, I love rock and roll, bitcha. The date was January 27, 1959. The stars performed at Montevideo’s Fiesta Ballroom, and Ellefson brought her camera, something teens didn’t always have at the time. The photos you took of that memorable night became the envy of rock and roll fans across the country…”
In Mother Jones Tim Murphy writesTwo years ago, in the midst of a national campaign to prove the election had been stolen from President Donald Trump, Lindell put up a challenge: “Prove Mike Wrong.” Lindell had data he claimed showed Chinese interference in the election. The instructions for the contest were as follows: Look for evidence that this electronic data is not valid data from the November election. For people who find evidence, [$]5 million is their wages. … when [Robert] Zeidman analyzed 11 files made available by Lindell, concluding that they did not, in fact, contain “any information relating to the November 2020 election.” He submitted a 15-page report to Lindell, and waited for his prize money. …But what really stands out is this: Zeidman, according to [Washington] mailAnd “He was the only expert who made a claim.” correct. Mike, the world’s worst man, promised to give $5 million to anyone who could “prove Mike wrong,” and only one person took it.