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In his petition, appellant requested an evidentiary hearing on his claims for ineffective assistance of trial and appellate counsel and mentioned a motion for testing conducted under subdivision 1a of the postconviction statute, Minn. Stat.
Photo submitted by Paul Lano, Norwood Young America, Minn.
* Alexandra "Allie" Thalhuber - graduate of Park High School, Cottage Grove, Minn. and attending the University of Minnesota;
"We're excited to have Jimmy help us promote our brand as part of the FLW Outdoors circuit and at the various sport shows he attends," says John Crawford, senior director of marketing for Minnetonka, Minn.-based Crystal Farms.
He will continue in his role as publisher of the Owatonna (Minn.) People's Press.
With a profusion of VHS tapes, an old analog TV system and conventional projectors, the Edina (Minn.) Public School District was ready for a digital makeover.
Pushtrusion was developed in 2000 by Ronald Hawley, president of Woodshed Technologies, Winona, Minn. The process technology, patents, and related know-how were acquired from Woodshed in 2005 by PlastiComp, which is headed by Steve Bowen, another pioneer in long-fiber technology.
Minn is a young mouse who arrives in Minnesota via a bushel of cherries from Michigan.
Highwater Ethanol of Minneapolis, Minn., hopes to raise up to $46.1 million through a public offering, according to a recent filing.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, which cares for these severely wounded veterans, created new Level One Polytrauma Centers at four medical centers--Tampa, Fla., Minneapolis, Minn., Palo Alto, Calif., and Richmond, Va.
Paul, Minn. HMO; Sisters of Charity Health Care Systems Inc., a large national multi-provider healthcare system in Cincinnati; McKesson MedManagement[TM], a multi-state homecare, DME and specialty care provider in Plymouth, Minn.; St.
While bone is the most common destination for roving breast cancer cells, metastases to the lung are more deadly, Minn says.