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The governor-elect is busy building his administration.
The female instructor suffered two broken bones in her face.
Threatening emails were sent to businesses in Waite Park, among others.
Built in 1918, this home is a prime example of architecture from the Arts & Crafts era–an era that honored the craftsman, the family, and nature.
The bar chain has a location in downtown Minneapolis.
Some stomach-turning stuff.
Simpson Housing Services is one of 24 organizations selected for grants.
The 21-year-old from Andover was a college student overseas.
He was one of 5 Democrats who cast a decisive vote.
Baraboo has attracted unwanted attention since a controversial picture went viral last month.
Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder appears to have the inside track on what's going on with his disgruntled teammate, Percy Harvin. Ponder told the Pioneer Press Saturday that he's been in touch with Harvin through texts. Ponder said while he's never brought up Harvin's problems with the organization, he knows the wide receiver is preparing for this week's training camp and is "ready to go."
In an interview on NFL Network's "Total Access," Vikings' quarterback Christian Ponder said he hasn't stopped smiling since the Vikings drafted left tackle Matt Kalil. He says Kalil is "really athletic" and already doing a great job at OTAs. "Hopefully we have 10-15 years together with the Vikings," Ponder said.
The Vikings practiced with full pads for the first time at training camp on Monday, and quarterback Christian Ponder completed 12-19 passes, including a 24 yard touchdown to tight end Kyle Rudolph. Ponder said if Rudolph is open, even just a little bit, he's "going to get him the ball."
The Vikings expect Percy Harvin to be "ready to go" when training camp opens in Mankato next month, according general manager Rick Spielman. Spielman says head coach Leslie Frazier has met extensively with Harvin to clear the air, although it's still unclear what exactly made Harvin unhappy.
Three of the Vikings biggest stars are making waves as players report to Mankato. Christian Ponder believes he has nowhere to go but up, Adrian Peterson says he's cutting, running and jumping and Percy Harvin kept quiet when asked about his alleged trade request a few weeks ago.
Rookie Viking quarterback Christian Ponder returned to practice Friday after nursing a bruised hip. The Pioneer Press reports he was throwing passes alongside backups Joe Webb and Sage Rosenfels. He and Adrian Peterson are listed as questionable for Sunday.
"I know we're very confident in Christian, but if one of those quarterbacks is too good to pass up, you also have to weight that in, too," Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman said, referring to some of the high-quality quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft.