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Reporter Seth Klamann's memorable stories of 2019

Reporter Seth Klamann's memorable stories of 2019

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Seth Klamann covers education and health for the Star-Tribune. Here are his five most memorable stories of 2019.

  • In February, the Star-Tribune reported that a pair of special education teachers had swapped text messages mocking their students and shared an image of one student's bare backside.
  • After nearly 70 years missing, a Kaycee ranch hand who disappeared in one of the worst disasters in American military history was finally identified and returned home.
  • In June, a teenage mother who had battled neglect and homelessness walked across a stage and graduated.
  • After months of silence, the Star-Tribune and WyoFile reported that UW's decision to let Laurie Nichols walk came after the school's governing board quietly investigated its first female president.
  • After decades of alleged abuse, retired bishop Joseph Hart is closer to facing a criminal prosecution after a months-long police investigation.

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