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“Try not playing sports, try not picking up things on your own, try not even walking … ”
Just a few weeks after a Woodbury resident filed a lawsuit against the city for restricting public speeches, a federal judge ordered the city to change a law requiring citizens to obtain permits before speaking publicly.
A Washington County District Court judge ruled last month that Globe University must pay more than $500,000 in attorneys’ fees and related costs to a former dean who brought a whistleblower lawsuit against the school last year.
Two St. Paul men were charged with identity theft last week in connection with a month-long mail theft spree, with one suspect telling police he tried to file a tax return for one his victim’s to get the refund.
The United Arab Emirates was portrayed as a tourist destination for years until it received negative attention as a “fake Disney Land” type of country that has no culture or diversity, Shezanne Cassim said of the place he grew up in.
A fairly new trend, e-cigarette use has been growing as smokers look for a less harmful way to get a nicotine fix.
Bill Urbank was a smoker for 15 years. Until he stopped burning and began charging.
Some east metro cities are scratching their heads and wondering why population and household growth projections released by the Metropolitan Council are so far off from their local estimates.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series examining Globe University’s admission practices, graduation rates and credit transfer programs. To read the first part, visit www.woodburybulletin.com .
When Alexenderia Romig-Palodichuk enrolled in Globe University’s medical assistant program, she was promised a job upon graduation, an over-the-top starting salary and the ability to transfer credits to further her education.