STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE It's been too long
It seems like it's been forever since I last wrote a blog.
And so much has been going on.
Of course, there will be more time -- and space -- to talk about things in the future posts, so I'll keep th... Posted on 3/25/13 at 10:53 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Lifetime Legacy Post Humous: Howard Newlon Jr.
This year's Ammann Awards received many entries, more than last year. However one of the awards that is of importance is the Lifetime Legacy Awards, given to person(s) who devoted a large amount of ... Posted on 12/23/12 at 10:33 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Unknown Ordinances: Why Fines Aren't Fine for Budget Use
Pop quiz: In the city of Minneapolis how far from a driveway should your bumper be when you park on the street? Four feet, two feet, five feet, one inch, ten feet?
I asked this question to ten resi... Posted on 5/16/12 at 10:33 AM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Wet and wild
Todays wet and chilly weather has actually put me in the mood for soup. And with the deadline for the Minnesota Cultivated Wild Rice Councils Wild for Rice contest looming (June 27 thats Monday), her... Posted on 6/22/11 at 8:42 PM
NEW ORLEANS, La. — With 55 percent of U.S.-grown soybeans making their way into the export market in 2008-2009, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council has developed a program to show producers statewide just how their checkoff dollars are helping to fund international marketing programs.
WORTHINGTON — Monday night’s District 518 public forum on the proposed flexible learning year drew more concerns than support, but lacked the concern about the short timeline for implementation expressed at last year’s meetings on the same subject.
Worthington City Council makes move toward community center
WORTHINGTON — The search is on. Again.
In what might be the most concrete move yet toward establishment of a permanent community (senior) center, the Worthington City Council agreed on Tuesday to pursue two possible locations for the project.
County Administrator receives performance evaluation
WORTHINGTON — With approximately $215,000 to work with under the 2010 maximum levy limitation, Nobles County Commissioners continued to tweak the budget following regular board action Tuesday.
Commissioners split on idea to work with city WORTHINGTON — With less than a month to go before the county presents its 2010 budget and tax information in a public meeting, Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday pored over department budgets and made a few tweaks along the way.
WORTHINGTON — As of Friday, the city of Worthington has completed the citizen input portion of its strategic planning process and will now turn its efforts inward to the thoughts of city staff and councilmen.
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