June 17, 2016 4:39 PM
Minnesota lost 1,900 jobs in May. Here's some additional detail.
The headline number is 1,900 jobs lost in Minnesota in May. Here are six takeaways from the data.
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July 2, 2016 4:45 AM
Great leader, coach, and lady. Rest in peace.
July 2, 2016 4:44 AM
A builder of successful young women as well as winning teams, Pat will always be remembered. My thoughts and prayers or with her family, friends, and everyone she has touched!
July 2, 2016 4:41 AM
Not everyone who dies is a saint int his life. This sad need we feel in our secular world to magnify this life because we have lost all perspective.
July 2, 2016 4:40 AM
I know, I know, we love our secular saints.
RIP, pure class. We need more Pat Summitt's.
A true American original. Thoughts and prayers are with this steely eyed woman who stepped into every opportunity that came her way. She was beyond a force of nature and an inspiration. I will miss Pat and her presence in our world.
As a Vol for life, I'm mighty proud of her legacy. In the early years, she was the equipment manager, bottle washer and bus driver. She truly lived the American dream. I was well acquainted with one of her neighbors and that hard nosed demeanor did not apply to neighbors. They had standing invitations to drop by and enjoy their swimming pool.
July 2, 2016 4:39 AM
ya can't say it better.
I first met Pat when she was still Pat Head--she was in her first year of coaching, I think. I have followed the Lady Vols and saw her win the championship in 1989. A truly great lady.
A class act, a great coach, and she gave back so much to the Vol Nation. We will miss you Pat.
There has never been, and never will be, a coach like Pat Summitt. My condolences to her family, friends and U of Tenn family. I had the honor of watching her coach a game vs. Gonzaga in the Kennel a few years back. It was a historic moment to see her walk onto the floor. The lady has class.
A model coach for others to look up to. Very few around these days
July 2, 2016 4:37 AM
A life well lived. God speed Pat Summitt.
"All of Summitt’s players who completed their athletic eligibility graduated with a degree."The greatest of all her accomplishments. Well done on all levels, Coach; now "go rest high on that mountain."
“I fought the good fight,I have finished my course,I have kept the faith.”Hers was a life well lived.
July 2, 2016 4:36 AM
Coach Summitt was a huge icon for young women in the 1990s. Those who witnessed her leadership will always
July 2, 2016 4:35 AM
Hats off to an incredible person and leader. We need more like her, at every level of society.
Bravo, coach Summitt, bravo. RIP
July 2, 2016 4:33 AM
One of the great ones; what a legacy she left. She will be missed, but not forgotten. Helped take women's sports to where it belongs.
Coach Summitt was a huge icon for young women in the 1990s. Those who witnessed her leadership will always fondly remember her with tremendous admiration.
For all those who loved and cared for Pat Summitt in her final years and knew despair and frustration with seeing such a force of nature reduced by this disease, know that Pat is back. She lives now in the beyond, as she lived during her life. She's finally free of the disease, the victor once again. Praise God.
Thoughts and prayers with her son and family. What a cruel, cruel disease Alzheimer's is. It can come for anyone at anytime. Pat was a shining example of what a person of true character should be in everything she did even in fighting this horrific disease. She will live on in the lives of the many, many people she touched and in the heart of all Vols supporters, fans and alumnae. The world is a better place for having Pat Summit a part of it. Thank you, Pat. While we miss you here, we give thanks that you are in heaven now with a clear and sharp mind ordering those people to play basketball the right way and win!
A wonderful person both on and off the court. She will surely be missed in Tennessee. We love you Pat...
July 2, 2016 4:32 AM
Dr. Andy Holt, UT President
Rest in peace Pat - the world was a better place with you in it...thoughts, prayers and love to your family.
I was at Old Dominion during its women basketball heyday. So, I have witnessed the rise of Coach Summit right from the beginning, and how she turned the Tennessee program into a women basketball powerhouse. She was an amazing teacher and coach! It's very sad to learn about of her passing. May she rest in peace!P.S. I lived in Hartford, Connecticut for many years during the '90s. Because of my respect of Coach Summit, I often rooted for Lady Vols rather than the local Lady Huskies. ;-)
July 2, 2016 4:31 AM
RIP Pat Summitt a Truly Great American!
Wow, early onset Alzheimer's is awful.