All Things Considered

Tom Crann
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Native boarding school healing group responds to Catholic bishops’ apology
At a meeting Friday, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops approved a document that acknowledges the church’s role in Native American boarding schools. Minnesota had more than a dozen such schools.
New I-94 BMX track in Fergus Falls hosts national registration week 
This week the gaze of the BMX world fell on Fergus Falls as USA BMX promoted national registration week. With a new starting gate — the first of its kind in Minnesota — the event offered potential BMX’ers an opportunity to try the sport at the nonprofit I-94 BMX.
Cleanup underway after severe storms, possible tornadoes in central and northern Minnesota
The sound of chainsaws echoed across lakes north of Brainerd on Thursday as residents worked to clear trees and branches downed by severe storms that raked the area the previous night.
Drought-free, but for how long? How climate change affects dry and wet trends in Minnesota
Kenneth Blumenfeld with the Minnesota State Climatology Office talks about recent rainfall patterns across the state and how they’re connected to climate change.
Legislative auditor: Minnesota Department of Education ‘created opportunities for fraud’
A strongly worded report by the state’s legislative auditor finds that "actions and inactions" by the Minnesota Department of Education opened the door for fraud in two taxpayer-funded child nutrition programs.
From Verona to Nogales with a Latino adaptation of ‘Romeo and Juliet’
Teatro del Pueblo’s adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” integrates Latin American culture, Spanish language and spoken word poetry into Shakespeare’s classic tragedy.
Appetites: The best way to find and cook wild mushrooms
It’s prime season for mushroom foraging, but why risk the poison ivy says Appetites regular Beth Dooley, author of “The Perennial Kitchen.” She said you can pick up all kinds of wild mushrooms at your nearest farmers market — and she’s got plenty of tips for how to cook them, too.
Cuts to St. Cloud State University degrees, faculty get final approval
The university will eliminate about 90 programs and 13 percent of its full-time faculty, or 54 positions. SCSU’s acting president said the cuts are necessary to correct a structural budget deficit caused by years of spending that outpaced student enrollment.
‘The best weekend of my life‘: Minneapolis Chef Christina Nguyen lifts up family after big award night
Minneapolis-based chef Christina Nguyen reflects on her experiences after winning being named the Best Chef in the Midwest by the James Beard Foundation.
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