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March 19, 2016 Sleepy Eye at State THUMBS UP: The Sleepy Eye High School girls basketball team earned a trip to the State High School League tournament this week. more »»

There’s good reason for Sunshine Laws

March 18, 2016 The headline said it all: “Mayor apologizes for closed meeting. more »»

Atlantic drilling ban

March 17, 2016 There will be no drilling for oil or gas anywhere off the 2,069 miles of the U.S. Atlantic coastline, President Barack Obama decreed on Tuesday. more »»

Budget match

March 16, 2016 Gov. more »»

Hillary flip-flops on TPP

March 15, 2016 During a campaign stop in Cleveland last week, Hillary Clinton said President Barack Obama’s proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact is a bad deal. more »»

Iran agreement doesn’t include missile tests?

March 14, 2016 On Wednesday, Iran test-fired two missiles. Painted on both, in Hebrew, was the phrase, “Israel must be wiped out. more »»

Not question of whether, but when

March 13, 2016 U.S. officials cannot say — or at least, will not say — whether North Korea has managed to miniaturize nuclear weapons enough to use them as missile warheads. more »»

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March 12, 2016 Mr. Heritagefest THUMBS UP: It was certainly fitting on Thursday when the Minnesota Festival & Events Association (MNFEA) took time during its state conference in New Ulm to honor Leo Ber. more »»

Pass clean aid for Iron Range bill

March 11, 2016 The Minnesota Legislature got off to a rocky start this wee. more »»

Not so bad after all

March 10, 2016 Last August, Christopher Ingraham was one of the most despised men in Minnesota, or at least in Red Lake County. more »»

Off to a slow start

March 9, 2016 If ever there was a session when the Minnesota Legislature needed to get off to a quick start, it is this one. more »»

U.S. owes much to Nancy Reagan

March 8, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affairs. more »»

Hackers raiding IRS info banks

March 7, 2016 If you have used the Internal Revenue Service’s computerized program to obtain copies of your old tax returns, there is an excellent chance criminals have personal information about you. more »»

Common sense a rare commodity in D.C.

March 6, 2016 Some people may wonder whether federal bureaucrats are required to stop at their office buildings’ front doors every morning and drop off their common sense before beginning the day’s work. more »»

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March 5, 2016 Science fair trip THUMBS UP: Sam Guldan, a sophomore at Cathedral High School, must not have got the memo that girls aren’t supposed to be good at science. She rocks it. more »»

Caucus or primary?

March 4, 2016 Minnesotans flocked to their precinct caucuses on Tuesday so they could have a say on who should repres ent their parties in the presidential elections. more »»

‘Minnesota Nice’ upends Trump?

March 3, 2016 We leave it to political experts to decide why Minnesota Republicans veered away from their fellow Republicans around the country who voted for Donald Trump on the Super Tuesday. more »»

Danger in over- the-counter drugs

March 2, 2016 The death of a young person is always a sad and tragic even. more »»

The Donald doesn’t undertand libel law … we’re not surprised

March 1, 2016 On Friday, Donald Trump said “I’m gonna open up our libel laws, so when they write purposely negative and horrible, false articles, we can sue them and win lots of money. more »»

Are we supporting our allies?

February 29, 2016 If as many as 200 U.S. troops were killed in a terrorist attack, Americans would demand to know how it could have happened. more »»

 
 
 

 

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