Author: Gavin Nelson

Keeping Students Online During Distance Learning

Keeping Students Online During Distance Learning

LINK TO PACKAGE: https://youtu.be/fu1u5M1yJ24 One of the biggest challenges for school districts around the country is making sure students in rural areas have internet connectivity. During this COVID-19 pandemic, the internet and electronic devices have become a hot commodity. “Like toilet paper, these devices are flying off of shelves faster than ever before.” Even trying to find a good internet […]

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Severe Weather Awareness

Severe Weather Awareness

Severe Weather Awareness As we enter the beginning of the severe storm season, there are some things that you need to keep in mind. Even though we are in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic. We still need to be aware of the weather that is around us, as severe weather can strike at any moment. The official length of […]

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Some Organizations Banning Zoom

Some Organizations Banning Zoom

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, and social distancing becoming the new normal. Many companies and organizations have had to find new ways to communicate with their employers. Many organizations have found Zoom to be their top pick. Even schools and local governments where using Zoom at the beginning of the pandemic. Recently. Due to Zoom’s recent security breaches many companies […]

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How COVID-19 Could Impact Local Minnesota Farmers

How COVID-19 Could Impact Local Minnesota Farmers

  Since the outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the way that we live, and how we are able to move about our daily lives. You might have noticed that there are certain items missing on the shelves of your local stores. I had the pleasure of being able to interview Commissioner Thom Petersen of the Department of Agriculture. Since the […]

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Governor Tim Walz to Close Public Schools

Governor Tim Walz to Close Public Schools

  On Sunday, March 15th, 2020 at 10:00 AM.  Governor Tim Walz of Minnesota in a press conference, announced that he signed an executive order on March 13th, 2020. Stating that all public schools in Minnesota, are issued to close their doors beginning on Wednesday March, 18th, 2020 through Friday March 27th, 2020. As stated, it applies to “all schools […]

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FLOODING CONTINUES IN PARTS OF MISSISSIPPI

FLOODING CONTINUES IN PARTS OF MISSISSIPPI

  AFTER RECENT FLOODING’S IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. HUNDREDS OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES ARE STILL WITHOUT POWER. RESIDENTS OF THE AREA, ARE BEING ALLOWED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES TODAY. IT IS STILL UNCLEAR WHEN THE POWER WILL BE TURNED BACK ON. THERE IS STILL RAIN MOVING THROUGH MOST OF EASTERN TEXAS TO SOUTH CAROLINA. FORECASTERS DO PREDICT THE POSSIBILITY OF […]

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Minnesota Teen Drives Under the Influence, Kills Pedestrian

Minnesota Teen Drives Under the Influence, Kills Pedestrian

  On Tuesday, police in St. Paul, Minnesota. Reported the 18-year old who struck and killed a pedestrian on Friday. Authorities were able to confirm that he was under the influence of Marijuana.   The victim was taken to Regions Hospital Friday night, where she was later pronounced dead. The victim is still not yet identified. Police booked the 18-year […]

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