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For the last several weeks I’ve been seeing more and more bluebirds when out on my daily birding hikes. The arrival of the eastern bluebird, which is the most common species of bluebird in our area, (others include the western bluebird and the mountain bluebird, both of which are more common west ...Read More
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It’s hard enough to sort out fact from fiction in stories you see in contemporary news, and when a case is over 65 years old, the difficulty of doing so is compounded. In 1949, Anoka County was rocked with scandal: an accusation of bribery involving two commissioners, a former commissioner, and a ...Read More
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As I wrap up my first year as superintendent, I reflect on all that I have learned. This year I have spent considerable time listening. I have traveled around the district listening to students and staff, to parents and community members. I have reconnected with former colleagues and some of my own ...Read More
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The ticker tape parade is a celebration unique to the New York City financial district. As the parade winds its way up the canyons of lower Broadway toward city hall, office workers pour streams of paper from the windows above, creating an otherworldly, preposterous and ultimately festive environmen...Read More
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