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By Rylee Nelson
Forum News Service
FARGO, N.D. - Forum Communications Co. has enlisted new aerial perspectives to provide its readers and viewers with over-the-top coverage of the 2013 Red River Va... Posted on 5/2/13 at 1:26 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Lies about the Boston Bombing
Conspiracy theories about the Boston bombing continue to be posted today.
Please don't be gullible enough to fall for this stuff, folks--anyone who claims to know what happened at this point is not b... Posted on 4/17/13 at 3:55 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Rural Minnesota short of Internet speed
Minnesota has work to do to make online work balanced between urban areas and the rest of the state.
Thief River Falls Digi-Key employs 2,600 people as one of the largest and fastest-growing electron... Posted on 12/17/12 at 10:08 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Alone on Thanksgiving
Due to a quirk in the family schedule we decided to celebrate Thanksgiving over Saturday and Sunday this year. And with me needing my days off work to chip away at my book,this left Thanksgiving Thurs... Posted on 11/23/12 at 10:16 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Approachably Abrasive
Have you been to a protest lately? Tea Party? Occupy? Vietnam?
We've all heard how protests are handled in China. Throughout my time there, I had heard from the locals and expats bits and pieces ab... Posted on 4/28/12 at 9:20 AM
Nobles Cooperative Electric debuts Exede system
WORTHINGTON — For years, rural residents haven’t had the luxury of accessing amazingly fast Internet, but new advancements in technology are finally bringing them up to speed.
EDEN PRAIRIE — Broadband Internet expansion is often rightfully regarded as the modern equivalent of rural electrification efforts of the 1940s: infrastructure improvements that will expand economic, health and educational opportunities for communities beyond anything imaginable today.
Rick King, Minnesota Ultra High-Speed Broadband Task Force
, May 19, 2010
DULUTH - Characterizing last week’s Facebook incident at the University of Minnesota Duluth as “horrendous and despicable” Chancellor Kathryn A. Martin’s voice broke often as she spoke about it Thursday.
Jana Hollingsworth, Duluth News Tribune
, April 23, 2010
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A move to help identify people who anonymously post libelous messages on blogs and other Internet sites was rejected Monday by South Dakota lawmakers after opponents said the state would have trouble regulating the worldwide network.
USDA awards grant and loan funds to project involving nine communities
WORTHINGTON — The Southwest Minnesota Broadband Group (SWMBG), composed of nine rural communities in southwest Minnesota, has been awarded $12.7 million in grant and loan funds to expand broadband Internet access in the region.
MITCHELL, S.D. - A South Dakota lawmaker wants to require bloggers and operators of other Web sites to collect information about the source of anonymously posted content so the information can be used in libel and slander lawsuits.
Seth Tupper, The Daily Republic
, February 09, 2010
JACKSON — A Jackson man on probation for a 2002 burglary is now facing a felony charge of possessing child pornography after local authorities were contacted by ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children).
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