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Staff photo by Travis Rosenau Tony Guggisberg trims a Fraser tree at Guggisberg Tree Farm on 17703 Grandview Road in New Ulm. Guggisberg Tree Farm sold out of trees the first weekend after Thanksgiving this year as tree buyers look to get an early jump on the Christmas season. NEW ULM — Artificial trees may […]

As patrons reach the top of the main staircase in the MSU Broad Art Museum, they are greeted by a striking installment; a gloved, golden fist raised high, encased in an infinity mirror display. The piece, titled Salute (Lineage), lies just inside the entrance to the Resistance Training: Art, Sports, and Civil Rights exhibit. The […]

Montana’s first-of-its-kind state ban on TikTok has been blocked by a U.S. judge, saying it “oversteps state power and infringes on the constitutional rights of users.” Reuters reports: TikTok, which is owned by China’s ByteDance, did not immediately comment Thursday. The company

Iran’s strategy in the Middle East is essentially a take on an old proverb: Give your proxies and partners weapons and you can sustain their battles for a day. Teach them to make weapons and they can fight your enemies for a lifetime. With Iranian-backed militant groups taking the charge in the Islamic republic’s fight […]

TOKYO — Global leaders paid tribute to former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Thursday, but there was also sharp criticism of the man who remained an influential figure decades after his official service as one of the most powerful diplomats in American history. Kissinger, who died Wednesday at 100, drew praise […]

Story Links COLUMBIA, Mo. — We’re two days away from college football’s version of Selection Sunday, and we here at your favorite Mizzou newsletter understand your trepidation. Your Mizzou muscle memory conditions you for these feelings of unease. But short of an absolutely chaotic weekend of conference championship games, we’re here to tell […]

Kobe (Japan) (AFP) – Newly crowned World Rugby player of the year Ardie Savea said Friday that he wanted to “try something new” and test himself after moving to Japan’s big-spending league. Issued on: 01/12/2023 – 08:22Modified: 01/12/2023 – 08:20 1 min The All Blacks loose forward has signed for Kobe Steelers on a one-season […]

The annual Pirelli calendar has been shot by a black photographer for the first time since its launch in 1964. The 28-year-old Ghanaian visual artist Prince Gyasi was in LA when he first got the call from the Italian tyre company asking him to fly to New York for a “vibe check”. Vibe checked, he […]

  I have another podcast recommendation: NFL VP/Broadcast Planning Mike North goes on Jimmy Traina’s show to explain why flex scheduling doesn’t happen as much as you’d think. It’s a great listen, particularly on the historic occasion of the first “Monday Night Football . . .

Love him or hate him, Deion Sanders has been named 2023 Sportsperson of the Year by Sports Illustrated.  Deion Sanders was recognized by the publication for his impact on not only Colorado football after coming over from Jackson State, but on the university as a whole as well as the city. First-year applications are up […]

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