CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Bullying bill OK'd
By Don Davis and Danielle Killey
Minnesota schools would be forced to adopt policies against bullying under a bill Minnesota representatives passed 72-57 Monday night.
Every kid deserves to wake up in... Posted on 5/6/13 at 7:10 PM
TWINS RUBES: A LOCAL ANGLE ON THE MINNESOTA TWINS A Replacement for Butera?
Yesterday, Phil Mackey of 1500 ESPN wrote an interesting piece on young utility infielder Eduardo Escobar, who was acquired last summer in the Francisco Liriano trade. On the surface, Escobar's career... Posted on 3/4/13 at 3:10 PM
REPRINT 1986: Lamb!
Aww, adorable little lambs from 1986!... Posted on 4/18/11 at 6:00 PM
STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF Quist and Hagedorn
My e-mail has been on fire recently in the wake of comments made in Dec. 7 (wonder what took so long for the buzz to build) by Allen Quist at the Wabasha County Republicans Christmas party.
Quist, who... Posted on 1/16/10 at 7:03 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Review: A Christmas Carol
I cannot remember not knowing the story of "A Christmas Carol," so naturally when I heard that Jim Carrey had been selected to portray Scrooge in an animated (horrors!) version of the holid... Posted on 11/16/09 at 10:00 AM
Digital Photography Bridge to Nature program kicks off in Luverne
LUVERNE — When you want to teach teachers the best way to get their students to see and experience nature through the eyes of a camera lens, who better to lead the workshop than southwest Minnesota’s native son — famed wildlife photographer Jim Brandenburg.
Over the past few weeks, members of the Senate and House of Representatives have been working together in conference committee to create a budget for the departments of Veterans Affairs and Military Affairs.
Dist. 22 Sen. Jim Vickerman, DFL-Tracy
, May 15, 2009
The Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce should be commended for arranging Saturday’s legislative breakfast, which brought all three of our region’s St. Paul representatives together to meet interested constitutents.
Local state legislators gather for Q&A session at Worthington Country Club
WORTHINGTON — The central message from Saturday’s Legislative Breakfast seemed to be that everyone needs to work together to get through the economic crisis.
WORTHINGTON — At least 60 people overflowed the council chambers at Worthington City Hall Friday during a legislative town hall meeting, filling the approximately 30 chairs, standing in the back of the room and cramming themselves into the stairwell near the door.
Much has already been made of the State of Minnesota’s projected $4.6 billion deficit. As a result, cities and counties will almost certainly have to carry an additional burden in times of already-tight budgets.
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