Month: March 2021

Carlton County Crash

Two women died in a single vehicle car crash on Highway 23 in Carlton County, Tuesday evening … The crash happened when the driver went into the shoulder, oversteered to correct and rolled the vehicle into a tree…  The two Victims were 35 year old Angela Severson and 36 year old Jennifer Bokusky… 

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NHL Ref Fired

Former NHL referee Tim Peel was fired by the league on Wednesday… The referees voice was picked up during a game between the Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings…  He had said “it wasn’t much but I wanted to get an early penalty against against Nashville”…  Many players weighed in on the situation saying it was a first for him […]

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE HOCKEY HISTORY

MINNESOTA COLLEGE HOCKEY HISTORY

For the first time in division 1 collegiate hockey history, all 5 Minnesotan mens Division 1 hockey teams have qualified for the NCAA Tournament. Our Huskies mens hockey team was awarded a 2 seed in the Northeast Division in Albany New York. They are set to face off against the Boston University Terriers this Saturday the 28th at 5:30 p.m. […]

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Vaccinating Broadway Theatre workers

 This afternoon mayor Blasio of New York city revealed the plans to make a COVID vaccination site on broadway…  The site will be strictly reserved for theatre workers in efforts to help reopen theatre’s by fall this year but could expand eligibility…  There will also be more pop up COVID testing sites that will accompany the new vaccination site opening […]

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St. Paul Shooting Believed to Be Murder-Suicide

A man and a woman were shot around 8:30 am on Saturday March 20th in St. Paul. Police investigated the case and believe it to be a murder-suicide case. It is believed that the man shot the woman before ending his own life. The man was pronounced dead on the scene, and the woman was taken to Reigons Hospital where […]

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Biden Speaks on the Spa Attacks in Atlanta, Georgia.

Biden Speaks on the Spa Attacks in Atlanta, Georgia.

Biden acknowledges the hardships the Asian American community has had to handle since the start of the pandemic. Biden made remarks about these hardships in Atlanta this afternoon, shortly after the delay spa shootings. Six of the eight women that were tragically killed were Asian American. Biden says, “Hate can have no safe harbor in America. It must stop.” The […]

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PolyMet Permit Denied

PolyMet Permit Denied

PolyMet mining Corp.’s permit was suspended by a federal regulator. The permit that was blocked covered more than 900 races of Minnesota wetlands.  PolyMet has 5 major permits either under review or stayed. These permits are worth $1 billion. This comes as a victory for the Fond du Lac Band Lake Superior Chippewa. This group tries to protect Indigenous waters.

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Potential New COVID Vaccine

Potential New COVID Vaccine

AstraZeneca is in the process of getting their COVID-19 virus cleared for use in the United States. In its final stage of testing AstraZeneca says its COVID-19 vaccine was 79% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 and was 100% effective in stopping severe disease and hospitalization. Experts also found no increased risk of rare blood clots identified in Europe when testing […]

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US To Hit 100 Million Vaccine Goal on Friday

US To Hit 100 Million Vaccine Goal on Friday

Weeks ahead of the original target date, President Joe Biden’s goal of injecting 100 million coronavirus vaccinations, is set to happen Friday. The U.S. is in the position, with its three currently authorized vaccines to vaccinate the entire adult population just 10 weeks from now. In this position the U.S. is now able to start lending out supply of the […]

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Porsche is working on its own synthetic fuel

Porsche has already entered the electric car market with its all-new Taycan. Porsche has further plans to stick with combustion engines as well. They say they are working on their own fuel that has the potential to burn as clean as electric vehicles and have the same carbon footprint. The claims surrounding this synthetic fuel are that there is no […]

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