THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES 2013 SIA Conference in Minneapolis/St. Paul
Author's note: There are a lot of unique features that make the Twin Cities in Minnesota worth visiting. One of those has to do with the bridges. Regardless of type, hundreds of them can be seen w... Posted on 6/13/13 at 4:34 AM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Is there anything better than live music?
I love listening to music.
Very few things in life can do so much. It changes your mood. It makes you relaxed after a tough day. It can make you happy when you're sad. It can pump you up for a big ga... Posted on 6/9/13 at 6:27 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Democrats leave session with issues they still want to do
By Don Davis and Danielle Killey
There is little doubt the 2013 Minnesota Legislature will be remembered for its historic vote to allow gay marriage and a $2 billion tax increase.
Democrats say the s... Posted on 5/22/13 at 1:01 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Better Than a Biscuit Dairy-Free Strawberry Rhubarb Scones
I've steered clear of biscuit-making ever since I mixed up a crumbly mess of dry ingredients with butter and buttermilk years ago. The end result, inedible hockey pucks, came after a very frustrating... Posted on 4/23/12 at 10:00 AM
MILFORD, Iowa — Just about every May, Paul “Jak” Eich packs up his car and heads north from his current home in Mexico to his former home area of southwest Minnesota-northwest Iowa. The purpose of this trip isn’t just to reconnect with family and friends. He also hopes to raise money to help the poor people — children in particular — in his adopted town of Zitacuaro, Michoacán, Mexico.
PASADENA, Calif. — Paul Summers LaRoche anticipates playing for his largest audience ever on Saturday morning. During the Tournament of Roses Parade — viewed by an estimated 700,000 people along the parade route as well as a TV audience of 52 million Americans and additional viewers in 220 countries around the world — his band, Brulé, will be featured on the “One Nation” float sponsored by RFD-TV.
Civil suit challenges county’s concealed weapons rules SIBLEY, Iowa — In the civil suit between Sibley native Paul Dorr and son against Osceola County, Sheriff Doug Weber, his successors and the Sheriff’s Department regarding denial of concealed weapons permits, the Dorrs have filed a brief and some letters in opposition to the defendants’ motion to dismiss the case.
SIBLEY, Iowa — According to court documents filed Monday in Iowa Federal Court on behalf of Osceola County, Sheriff Douglas Weber had a rationale basis for denying the issuance of a concealed weapon permit to Ocheyedan, Iowa, resident Paul Dorr and his 18-year-old son.
WILLMAR — Paul Schmidt took the stand Friday morning and testified that he accidentally grabbed the 22-year-old Atwater woman’s breast while they were practicing therapeutic holds and take-down maneuvers during the early morning hours of Oct. 16, 2007 at the Atwater Police Department.
Gretchen Schlosser West Central Tribune
, November 21, 2008
SIBLEY, Iowa — A complaint filed in Iowa federal court contends Osceola County Sheriff Doug Weber acted illegally when he denied Paul Dorr and his son, Alexander, a permit to carry a weapon, but an answer by the attorney representing Osceola County has not yet been filed.
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