CAPITOL CHATTER Political notebook: Taxes split DFL
By Don Davis
Everyone knew taxes would be a prime discussion point this Minnesota legislative session, but it now appears to be less between Democrats and Republicans than among Democrats who control... Posted on 4/12/13 at 3:43 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Portobello Mushroom Sandwich -- It's Amazing.
"I can't believe we're sitting here eating mushroom sandwiches." My husband took another bite of the thick sandwich filled with a mix of sauteed portobello slices, onions, garlic and spinach. "A year ... Posted on 5/27/12 at 4:28 PM
WORTHINGTON — Among Richard “Dick” Koeneke’s keepsakes is a yellowed clipping from the Daily Globe dated Feb. 3, 1943. It shows Koeneke and 14 other young draftees as they departed Worthington to serve their country during World War II.
Koeneke has a vague memory of that day, but he doesn’t recall being particularly scared, even though his future was so uncertain.
“There’d be plenty of time to get scared later,” he reflected.
Donald Dick, 72, of Mountain Lake, died Friday, July 25, 2008, near Waseca.
July 28, 2008
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