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From the column: "Our approach is to mine safely, putting both respect for worker safety and the environment first."
From the column: "A lot of these troubled young men have no one to provide guidance about problem-solving and resolving conflicts. Picking up a gun and killing innocent, random people in the community shouldn’t be a thought they have."
From the column: "The intention here is not to minimize the seriousness of straight-line windstorms but to put them into perspective. They are not unprecedented, as is often suggested in the news media."
From the column: "Our kids, communities, and economy will pay for his neglect of our commonwealth."

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From the column: "She is not being treated as a woman. She is housed with men. She is regularly exposed to abuse. She faces a much greater likelihood of violence and mistreatment than cisgender people."
From the column: "I started crying. Instead of seeing these racers as strangers, I felt the way I would feel watching my own children starting the race."
From the column: "To the city of Duluth, horses seem of less value these days and more of a relic. Any redevelopment of Canal Park would be well-served to integrate the health of draft horses into the future."
From the column: "A broad range of efforts and events are underway in the Northland right now to foster a more welcoming culture."
From the column: "A starting point is recognizing that racism does exist in law enforcement — not surprisingly, since it is embedded in many institutions in Duluth and elsewhere."
From the column: "It will take a talented leader to build on UMD’s goldilocks combination of human scale, academic and athletic excellence, and vibrant student life."

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From the column: "Just like the 21st-century squad, the group from 1922 fought for groundbreaking legislation."
From the column: "Over the summer, the campus opens to the community and the community opens to the campus. That buzz, that hum of activity, leaves Kirby Drive and can be felt around the region."
From the column: "A Talon Metals nickel-sulfide mine is being planned that could destroy the wild rice fields, paddling and boating, hiking, farming, hunting and fishing, and all the ways we benefit from and enjoy the land."

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