In just four short months college football is scheduled to kickoff. While this may excite some the future of college football this year is still very much up in the air. Not one of the 14 schools in the Big Ten Conference can say for sure they will have students back on campus this fall. No students means no football. […]Read more ›
Author: Ernest Cottier
Today The Minnesota Department of Health reported a massive jump in COVID-19 cases as 463 more Minnesotans have tested positive. The 463 person jump is a new single-day increase high in the state of Minnesota. The additional cases have now brought Minnesota’s total case number to 4,644 with a total of 319 deaths. The main reason for the increase in […]Read more ›
The Minnesota state republican party is moving its convention to an online format as the stay at home order continues statewide. The convention was originally slatted to be from May 15-16 in Rochester Minnesota. Minnesota State Chair Jennifer Carhanan stated that: “Our state convention is comprised of more than 4,000 dedicated grassroots activists from around the state, and as we near […]Read more ›
Minnesota leaders call on governor Walz to suspend rent and mortgage payments as pandemic continues.
The state of Minnesota remains closed as COVID-19 continues to spread, in the most recent numbers it has been shown that over 1,800 citizens have been affected as the state’s latest numbers show 87 deaths. These numbers could be considerably higher if it were not for Minnesota’s stay at home order, but as the disease continues to spread many people […]Read more ›
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced that the stay at home order will now be extended through May 4th after Minnesota reported 85 new cases today, raising the state’s total to 1,154, with a death total that has now risen to 39. Minnesota’s original stay at home order was set to end on Friday, April 10th but with the continued rapid […]Read more ›
Governor Tim Walz announced last week that Minnesota will be joining many other states in putting in place a stay at home order, the order will run from March 27th until at least April 10th. This week marks the first week of the Stay At Home order in Minnesota and while many people know that it’s in place not everyone […]Read more ›