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University of Minnesota, Morris to celebrate 52nd commencement
Minnesota House would increase bird flu fight funding as deaths increase
Morris Area takes "A Walk in the Park" for 2015 Prom
Education focus of local discussions on climate
Morris Area High School prom tonight 'A Walk in the Park'
Tigers clip Marshall
Zosel moves to second overall
Tigers run well at Sisseton Relays
Alaskan champion of 31st Tinman Triathlon
Cougars take second at UMAC Outdoor Championships
Marilyn J. Kaehler
Elizabeth "Betty" Pollard
Don Reicosky: Celebrating 2015, the International Year of Soils
Elisa Ettsvold: Child care providers help keep the community running smoothly
Letter: House Republican budget has negative impacts for rural
Letter: National Child Care Provider Appreciation Day is May 8
Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Stemming the tide against Alzheimer's Disease
Oliva Ruth Shaver
Simon John Yost
Lindley Elaine Mithun
Kashton Lee Hormann
Farmers wanted for windbreak and crop yield study
Features from the Farm: Extremophilic microalgae can be used for biofuel production
March 4, 2011
Last Monday morning I heard a song that struck me, and I wonder if you heard it, too. I had the radio tuned to a local station, and a song caught my attention.
March 4, 2011 - 5:26pm
May 28, 2010
This weekend we celebrate Memorial Day, that national holiday on which we remember and honor all our loved ones who are no longer with us. To many it is "Decoration Day" when pilgrimages are made to cemeteries to place flowers on the graves of the departed. There is a sense in which...
May 28, 2010 - 3:47pm
May 21, 2010
Psalm 139:6-10 reads, "Where shall I go from your Spirit? Where shall I flee from your presence? If I climb up to heaven you are there; if I make the grave my bed, you are there also. If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there your...
May 21, 2010 - 3:57pm
May 14, 2010
I recently read the 20th and 21st chapters of the Gospel of John, the chapters that hold the resurrection accounts. The gospel writer concludes the 20th chapter as though he is finished with the story. Everything is neatly wrapped up with a statement of belief. But then he continues,...
May 14, 2010 - 2:59pm
May 7, 2010
When I was at college, my classmates and I got to study about a "going up". Mildly interesting, but not spectacular. We translated a book written in classical Greek, entitled "Xenophon's Anabasis"- a diary written by a Greek soldier about his "going up," or return, home. Xenophon...
May 7, 2010 - 4:32pm
March 26, 2010
This Lent, as I contemplate how Paul preached Christ crucified, I read about several new books contrasting the theory of evolution and the biblical account of creation found in Genesis. Two of them, from liberal sources- "Storms Over Genesis" and "Making Sense Of Evolution" -take...
March 26, 2010 - 4:41pm
The legends of most ancient people tell of gods and goddesses visiting the earth. They come and go capriciously, sometimes showing favor, sometimes visiting disaster. They were of little comfort. More often than not their appearances were feared. It may not be unfair to say that...
December 26, 2009 - 4:31pm
November 13, 2009
We're always counting something in order to improve our physical health. We count calories, carbs, fat grams. We keep track of salt, fiber and calcium in our diets. We may even count points, or keep track of the ups and downs of our blood pressure. Numbers become important to our...
November 13, 2009 - 4:16pm