STAFF BLOG THIS SIDE OF REALITY Living in an endless stream
The other day I heard on the radio that Anthony Weiner may have a better than even chance of returning to public office. Hes running for mayor of New York and the polls tell us about 54 percent of New... Posted on 5/29/13 at 4:45 PM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Happy New Year
Every year, as we say goodbye to one year and hello to another, it seems customary for people to look back and reflect on the happenings of the past 365 -- or 366 this year -- days.
People often ma... Posted on 1/2/13 at 4:50 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Hating the Player, Hating the Game
I'm very definitely not picking a political side here, but I do want to bring to your attention this: a political advertisement attacking a candidate for playing World of Warcraft. Not for being an ad... Posted on 10/7/12 at 5:30 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Judges tweak Minnesota congressional districts
Minnesotas best-known U.S. House member will seek re-election in a district where she does not live and its top-ranking federal representative will run in slightly less friendly territory after a five... Posted on 2/21/12 at 11:29 PM
STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF Counting the days
As Aaron Hagen and I drove to Windom Friday morning to sample the recently opened River City Eatery and talk a little shop outside the office, he told me that today marked a personal milestone of sort... Posted on 1/7/12 at 7:22 AM
When the legislative session began, the University of Minnesota outlined an aggressive plan to keep college within reach for Minnesota’s families and partner with the state to solve some of our society’s most challenging problems.
Linda Cohen, Chairwoman, University of Minnesota Board of Regents
, June 12, 2013
That didn’t take long. Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders hadn’t even finished hammering out the details of their taxing and spending plans late last week when Minnesota’s neighbors to the northwest, North Dakota, made a bold play to steal away business and jobs.
WORTHINGTON — It has been days since the Minnesota Legislature adjourned for the year, and yet county officials are still trying to figure out how the decisions of political leaders will impact local governments.
There’s a little more to the story told by District 22 Sen. Bill Weber as to why Worthington’s Biotechnology Advancement Center may not receive $313,947.17 in state funding during this legislative session.
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