FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY 2012 Forum Forward class graduates during ceremony in Fargo
FARGO, N.D. - Eight Forum Communications Co.employees were feted this week as the 2012 Forum Forward class graduated and became alumni of the companys leadership training program started several yea... Posted on 5/9/13 at 3:17 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Coalition wants Minnesota minimum wage upped to $9.50
By Don Davis
A coalition of childrens groups, religious organizations and unions say Minnesotas poor would benefit from a higher minimum wage, more state child care support and a tax credit for par... Posted on 2/13/13 at 6:01 PM
Three crashes happen in snow near Alexandria and Glenwood
ALEXANDRIA — In the space of three hours, six lives were lost in three separate crashes on snowy, slushy roads near Alexandria and Glenwood on Monday.
ALEXANDRIA — Two of the three major candidates for governor shared their views on education, eco-nomic development, local government aid and the state’s budget woes Monday night in Alexandria.
DFLer Mark Dayton and Independence candidate Tom Horner both agreed the state faces huge challenges ahead with an aging popula-tion, pressing transportation needs, inadequate education funding and rising health-care costs.
Al Edenloff/ Alexandria echo press
, October 05, 2010
ALEXANDRIA - You may be trailing a glacier each day without knowing it.
The Alexandria area boasts distinctive geological, historical and cultural landmarks, all eager to be explored. An ideal resource to witness this wonder is hidden right before your eyes – the Glacial Ridge Scenic Byway.
Marit Aaseng, Intern Reporter, Alexandria Echo Press
, September 10, 2010
ALEXANDRIA — One, two, three, four sets of twins in four days?
It’s true and it happened last week at the Douglas County Hospital.
According to the nursing staff, things have run smoothly with everyone pulling together for their patients.
ALEXANDRIA – After years of delays and debating, state regulators may clear the air next week on a pending western Minnesota electric transmission project related to the Big Stone II coal-fired power plant.
Mike Enright, Alexandria Echo Press
, January 12, 2009
While sobbing almost uncontrollably, Darlene Williams of Alexandria apologized profusely to the court during her sentencing hearing Wednesday afternoon before receiving her sentence from Judge Ann Carrott.
Celeste Beam, Alexandria Echo Press
, December 22, 2008
ALEXANDRIA — As a thick, black column of smoke stretched skyward from the Hanson County Courthouse, Don Wenande stood across the street and watched the intentional flames burn away a piece of local history.
Austin Kaus The Daily Republic
, December 02, 2008
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