CAPITOL CHATTER Legislators decide to let Dayton 'save northwestern Minnesota'
Democratic lawmakers have decided not to fight Republican bills that would eliminate tax breaks in five western Minnesota cities.
They want the tax breaks to continue, but know the Republican-control... Posted on 3/25/11 at 3:32 PM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE South-of-the-border soup
After watching the sub-zero weather forecast for the week, it seems that I should be offering you some more tasty soup options.
Last winter, I printed the recipe for a taco soup that was making the r... Posted on 1/18/11 at 11:00 AM
WORTHINGTON — Growing up in Worthington, Dan Wilson was acquainted with the controversial issues surrounding immigration.
“I was in school when they were dealing with the first waves of Hispanic immigrants,” said Wilson, son of Keith and Jean Wilson of Worthington. “This is a reality I knew. I knew people made a lot of sacrifices to do it, and I had also seen some of the reasons for the immigration. I was feeling connected to that last step of immigration, and it was intriguing to me.”
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