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North Korea won’t be deterred by talk or sanctions

September 13, 2016 There has been no indication for years that North Korea was slackening the pace of its arms buildup. Nothing the rest of the world has done in response has proven effective. more »»

How long will VA get away with overruns?

September 12, 2016 wMembers of Congress finally are showing some overdue concern about another outrage at the Department of Veterans Affairs. more »»

After 15 years, still fighting terrorism

September 11, 2016 Fifteen years ago, our nation was shocked to its core by the Sept. 11 attacks. A squad of 19 radical Muslim militants from the group al-Qaida, armed with box cutters, took over four jet airliners. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

September 10, 2016 HermannFest Thumbs Up: New Ulm’s HermannFest takes place today. It is one of the newest, and is becoming one of the more popular of New Ulm’s many festivals. more »»

Sad conclusion to storied career

September 9, 2016 J Robinson’s long and highly effective career as the University of Minnesota wrestling coach came to an end Wednesday when Mark Coyle, the U’s Athletic Director, announced Robinson was being fired... more »»

The awful truth

September 8, 2016 Danny Heinrich, the man who led authorities to the body of his victim, Jacob Wetterling, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of possession of child pornography. more »»

Dealing with China?

September 7, 2016 Politics has made stranger bedfellows under President Barack Obama than at any other time during recent memory. more »»

Overdose epidemic

September 6, 2016 First Huntington, W.Va. Then Cincinnati, Ohio. Now Louisville, Ky. An epidemic that might be called the White Death is sweeping that region of the countr. more »»

The bottom line: It’s the workers

September 5, 2016 It’s a phrase we hear time and again, to the point of becoming a cliché — “the bottom line. more »»

Jacob Wetterling’s story has affected us all

September 4, 2016 It appears the story of Jacob Wetterling is having its last chapter written, at long last, nearly 27 years after his abduction and disappearance burned his image into our consciousnes. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

September 3, 2016 Getting leaner THUMBS UP: Good news for Minnesota on the health front came Friday from the Center for Disease Control. The state’s adult obesity rate took a drop between 2014 and 2015. more »»

Trump’s speech to reassure base

September 2, 2016 Donald Trump’s much ballyhooed policy speech on immigration Wednesday didn’t offer much in the way of policy, but it did reaffirm his position on immigration for the worried members of his bas. more »»

Precursor to single-payer system?

September 1, 2016 President Barack Obama’s signature federal takeover of health insurance clearly was a mistake. Millions of Americans are paying more, often much more, for coverage because of Obamacare. more »»

Refugees in America

August 31, 2016 Months ago, President Barack Obama pledged that the United States would accept 10,000 refugees from the civil war in Syria before the current fiscal year was out. more »»

Madelia waiting on state aid

August 30, 2016 Gov. Mark Dayton famously promised to cut red tape for business owners in Madelia following the disastrous fire that destroyed a portion of the downtown in Februar. more »»

Mylan only part of the problem

August 29, 2016 Mylan Pharmaceuticals deserves every bit of the bad press it is getting for taking advantage of the nation’s health care system to reap enormous profits by overpricing a life-saving device. more »»

Hillary’s credibility vs. Associated Press

August 28, 2016 An investigation revealing that donors to Hillary Clinton’s family foundation appeared to have been given an inside track to personal contact with her while she was secretary of state is being... more »»

Thumnbs Up/Down

August 27, 2016 Fort Ridgely golf THUMBS DOWN: The days are dwindling down to a precious few as we reach September, as the classic “September Song” goes, for those who love to golf at Fort Ridgely State Park’s gol... more »»

Hillary’s ethics in need of fixing

August 26, 2016 With a presidential election on the line, Hillary Clinton is beginning to take ethics regarding her family’s Clinton Foundation seriousl. more »»

Was Hillary’s case closed too early?

August 25, 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said repeatedly, sometimes under oath, that her lawyers and technicians turned over all the emails she stored illegally on a personal server while she was... more »»



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