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Men’s tennis goes to No. 10 nationally

Published February 14, 2003

With six straight victories against ranked opponents, Minnesota's men's tennis team moved up one spot to No. 10 in the latest ITA national rankings. It is the highest ranking for the Gophers since the...

U research facility is included in bond projects

by Andrew Pritchard
Published February 14, 2003

Five state senators called on the Legislature on Thursday to pass bonding projects former Gov. Jesse Ventura vetoed last year. The projects include building and maintenance at the University and at Minnesota...

Pawlenty’s cuts balance budget

by Andrew Pritchard
Published February 10, 2003

Gov. Tim Pawlenty cut approximately $280 million from state programs and agencies Friday after the House and Senate failed to agree on a plan to contain the state budget deficit in the current fiscal year. A...

Deficit dominates the day

by Andrew Pritchard
Published February 7, 2003
In State of State, Pawlenty calls on citizens to do their duty

200 remember double homicide in Hudson

by Rocky Thompson
Published February 6, 2003

Approximately 200 people gathered in Hudson, Wis., to recognize the one-year anniversary of a double homicide involving a University student. Family, friends and community members met at the O'Connell...

Police evidence room houses more than a few odds ‘n’ ends

by Rocky Thompson
Published February 5, 2003

Drugs, money, guns and light fixtures have one thing in common: They've done time in the University police evidence room. Behind three locked doors, a small room holds every piece of evidence in limbo...

New Fairview breast center offers advanced technology

by Dylan Thomas
Published February 4, 2003

From its new digital mammography to surgery consultation, the newly opened Fairview-University Breast Center offers patients comprehensive care under one roof. Lisa Hurt, Breast Center manager, said it...

Homeless people, advocates gather to protest ordinances

by Emily Johns
Published February 3, 2003

With a blanket wrapped around his shoulders and a steaming cup of hot chocolate in his hands, Buddy Gail Horton Jr. discussed his life as a homeless man in Minneapolis. Horton, who has been homeless for...

Legislature to pick four new regents from 12 finalists

by Paul Sand
Published January 31, 2003

A state advisory committee recommended 12 finalists to the Legislature to fill four open seats on the University's Board of Regents. The Regents Candidate Advisory Council interviewed 18 applicants - including...

Xcel responds to local groups’ coal-burning plant concerns

by Emily Johns
Published January 30, 2003
Some groups said they have worried about the coal- burning Riverside plant's emissions for a long time.

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