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Welcome , MN 56181
(507) 728-8648
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UT-Knoxville tuition increased; Roane State, Pellissippi State next? - Oak Ridger

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Regents Chancellor John Morgan said no rise in tuition is ever welcomed, but that this one is necessary for the institutions to address certain needs, such as salaries and maintenance costs."While we always hate to raise fees, we think these are justified and really required for us to do what we need to do," he recently told The Associated Press.For a student taking 15 hours per semester, the annual cost -- including tuition and fees -- was $3,537 for the last school year at Roane State, according to information from the college. Should the TBR approve the proposal, the annual cost for the next school year would be $3,687, an increase of $150.Still, community college administrators say the cost is a very good deal for students pursing secondary education."Roane State remains a great value for students' time, money and hard work," Roane State President Gary Goff said."We have a 97 percent job plac...

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Mon, Jun 25, 2012
TODAY Basic Dance Rhythms — 1 p.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. 783-8829. Jazzercise — 8:45 and 4:30 p.m. YWCA, 3101 35th St. All ages welcome. 794-3118. Jazzercise — 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Jazzercise Center. The Pride of West Texas Show Chorus of Sweet Adelines International — 7 p.m. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1706 Slide Road. This group of women sings four-part harmony, barbershop style. Visitors and prospective members are welcome. 799-7464. Modern Square Dancing Classes — 7:30-9:30 p.m. LASRDF Dance Center, 2305 120th St. Coup...

Raynetta Mobley founded successful braiding salon 12 years ago -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Customers, including men, came in to have their hair braided or to browse Ms. Mobley's international clothing and artifacts from her travel to Africa or Europe. Ms. Mobley welcomed them with rocking chairs, jazz in the background but no television, and conversation that gravitated toward the spiritual. "When you went there, it wasn't frivolous talk," said Debra Woodard, her aunt. "I have never been there when people were gossiping. You left there with a feeling of being exalted by people who cared about you." Ms. Mobley came from an entrepreneurial family. A sister Drucella runs a hair products business, her brother Milton a barber shop. "Raynetta was a real inspiration to a whole host of young entrepreneurs I would send her way, and use her as an example of what you can accomplish with drive and ambition," said former Deputy Mayor Goliath ...

Lexington's Gay faces tall order at Olympic trials - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Everyone has coined the phrase as 'redemption,' " Gatlin said when asked how it feels to return to Olympic trials after missing 2008. "For me, it's almost like a welcome-home party. I don't think anybody had the expectation of me coming this far. But just to come back and be able to compete was a victory within itself." Up to 120 spots on the Olympic team will be handed out by the end of competition on July 1. Among the other key events to watch: ¦ Women's 100 meters, where world champion Carmelita Jeter has this year's best time and the best chance of breaking up Jamaica's dominance in the women's sprints. ¦ Women's 100 hurdles, where the most recognizable athlete, Lolo Jones, is anything but a shoo-in to make the top three and earn a chance to compete for the gold she lost when she fell on the ninth hurdle in Beijing. Dawn Harper won the race that day and remains America's top hurdler. ¦ Decathlon, where the Americans have a realistic chance of going 1-2-3 in London, if defending champion Bryan Clay stays healthy, two-time world champion Trey Hardee's elbow holds up after major surgery and last year's world runner-up Ashton Eaton lives up to his potential. ¦ Our best hopes in the long-distance races will be Bernard Lagat and Galen Rupp in the 5,000, Matt Centrowitz and Jenny Simpson, both surprise medalists in the 1,500 last year in South Korea, and, of course, Lopez Lomong, whose inspirational journey from a "Lost Boy" of Sudan to American Olympian helped earn him the role of U.S. flag bearer at the 2008 Games. The weather forecast for the first weekend in Eugene calls for highs in the low 60s and a good chance of rain. In other words, it could feel very much like London, which doesn't bother too many people at this stage. "For me, I don't care if it's raining, snowing," Richards-Ross said. "I've been waiting for this for four years." ...

Key trio returns for San Jose's trip to Colorado - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Jurgen Klinsmann. "He said that he's going to be watching my MLS games and just keep doing what I'm doing," Wondolowski said of the U.S. boss.San Jose will welcome defenders Victor Bernanrdez and Shea Salinas back to the squad as well. Both players were injured in the club's 2-2 tie with Red Bull New York on April 14 and have not appeared in a league match since.Earthquakes head coach Frank Yallop is looking forward to getting the players back into the swing of things after conceding that their respective injuries slightly derailed the team's impressive form."If you look at the Shea-Victor injury situation, both were out eight weeks, and I thought both were having a really good start to the season," said Yallop. "Not just Victor, I think the whole team took a hit, because it...

FX Orders Denis Leary-Produced Comedy Bronx Warrants - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bronx Warrants cops David Joglar and Richard Wetzel shared their insane exploits with us and we can't wait to get shooting." Leary added: "I speak for everyone at Apostle when I say it's great to be welcomed back into the FX family where we hope to make a laugh-out-loud half hour and - even more importantly - use the network's juice to sneak into the Emmy gifting suites and come away with many bags of shiny swag." Are you excited for Bronx Warrants? View original FX Orders Denis Leary-Produced Comedy Bronx Warrants at Other Links From Arrested Development Denis Leary Rescue Me Jim Serpico Dean Lorey View the original article on ...

FX orders "Bronx Warrants" from "Rescue Me" producers - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Serpico are executive producers and "Rescue Me" vet Tom Sellitti is co-executive producer. Their Apostle Pictures produced "Rescue Me.""I speak for everyone at Apostle when I say it's great to be welcomed back into the FX family where we hope to make a laugh-out-loud half hour and - even more importantly - use the network's juice to sneak into the Emmy gifting suites and come away with many bags of shiny swag," said Leary.The series is based on the real life exploits of co-producers David Joglar and Richard Wetzel, and is produced by FX Productions."We've enjoyed a great relationship with Denis, Jim and Tom through seven years of Rescue Me and I believe they found the perfect project to continue that relationship," said Eric Schrier, head of series development for FX. "Dean Lorey has taken this unique police squad and created a hilarious and surprising world of characters and situations." ...

Fort Wayne church's dinner program finds niche as it feeds ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Greater Christ Temple Apostolic Church on Fort Wayne's southeast side, what would the family be having for dinner? "Ramen noodles," Verser says. "It's cheap. It's very easy. But not very good." Welcome to Soul Food Wednesdays, where the food, by all accounts, is very good - as well as free and coming with no strings attached. Linda Golden, a long-time church member who helped get the new dinner program started, says the church doesn't take names, have income limits or require documentation of need. "You just come, and we're going to feed you," she says. The need for food assistance in the congregation's neighborhood has quickly become apparent, says Golden, a licensed minister. The program has been up and running for only eight weeks, and as many as 150 people have been served on a single night. Wednesday, 82 had been served by 5 p.m., with a nearly a dozen more on their way up the stairs that lead to the church kitchen's food pass-through. Homelessness, unemployment and under-employment lead many to the dinners, which are served between 4:45 and 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Golden says. "Usually it's families who come," she says. "They may go to other...

Birmingham Festival Theatre serves up another effective 'Last Hotel ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bull Connor, who seems to be losing his grip on reality. As reporter Sugarfoot and Freedom Rider Angel, Evan Miller and Sayo Orange are welcome additions to Lydia's hotel. DETAILS What: “The Last Hotel for Women” Where:Birmingham Festival Theatre; 933-2383 When: Through June 30 Bottom line: Review gets four out of five stars What this production doesn't have that 1996's did is Randy Marsh as Bull Connor, a very tough act to follow. Marsh's Connor had a full arc -- fierce and ferocious at the beginning, with hints of what was to come. At times, you even felt sorry for Marsh's Connor, despite monologues filled with hate. James Ward's Connor is much less subtle. It's pretty clear where Connor is headed from the moment he comes on stage. That doesn't mean Ward isn't effective; he's just different. And try as they might, it's going to be hard for folks who saw the 1996 production to not compare him to Marsh. Mindy Wester Egan and Jim Neel have created a set that sure looks like it could have existed in 1961 Birmingham, and Barbara Sloan's costume design is appropriate for the time period, too. BFT and Miller have made a wise choice to close out the season. "The Last Hotel for Women" is a special show, particularly for Birmingham audiences, and though it's set in 1961, its themes are no less important today. And no less challenging, either.

Former Liverpool FC star Ray Houghton says there is no crisis at Anfield as ... -

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Now, the wheel has stopped on Liverpool. It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to see the Reds in the firing line. February’s Carling Cup win brought a welcome end to six years’ worth of trophy drought, but in the league the negative statistics are piling up. Liverpool currently sit below neighbours Everton, their recent run of six defeats in seven league games is the club’s worst sequence for 59 years, while they have won just five of 15 home league games, and managed to drop significant points to four of the bottom five clubs over the past four months. But there is always somebody worse off than yourself, and on Saturday Kenny Dalglish’s side run into another of the Premier League’s under-fire sides, as Aston Villa visit Anfield. Villa’s ‘crisis’ is far more conspicuous; Alex McLeish’s men are just five points above the relegation zone, having won just two of their last 11 league games. Only Wigan Athletic, in 19th, have managed fewer league goals. Ray Houghton knows a thing or two about both clubs. The former Republic of Ireland international spent five highly-successful seasons with Liverpool after signing from Oxford United in 1987, before moving on to enjoy three years at Villa as the Pre...

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