CAPITOL CHATTER DFL House plan would raise taxes on rich for school aid
By Don Davis
Minnesota schools would be the biggest beneficiaries of a state House Democratic budget proposal that goes beyond the governors plan to increase taxes on the rich.
Minnesota House Spe... Posted on 3/19/13 at 5:30 PM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW How I Became a Cruise Director and Neglected to Bring my Camera
So I am learning that I ought never to trust my own memory. I was convinced so convinced that I left my camera at home that, when attending the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in Walnut Grove, Minnesot... Posted on 7/10/12 at 10:43 AM
NORTHFIELD — Running in her fourth state high school cross country meet, Murray County Central senior Laura Christensen capped her fabulous career with a medalist performance Saturday, as she ran to a sixth-place individual performance at the Class A meet at St. Olaf College.
ADRIAN — Murray County Central senior Laura Christensen won her fifth race of the season Tuesday afternoon, breaking away from a lead pack of six top-notch girls’ cross country runners at the 31st annual Adrian Invitational.
WORTHINGTON — As expected, Murray County Central senior Laura Christensen defended her individual championship Thursday afternoon at Prairie View Golf Links, gradually pulling away from the front pack of four and claiming her second consecutive Turkey Trot cross country first-place trophy.
Laura Busch was born on March 4, 1917 on a farm in Murray County, Minnesota to George and Lillie Morin Schaffer. Laura grew up on the family farm and attended Country School District #5. Before her marriage Laura worked for Dr. Williams as a housekeeper. On February 8, 1937 she and Donald Busch were married at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Currie. Following their marriage they farmed in Leeds Twp. Murray County, MN near Hadley for 48 years. They retired from farming in 1985 and moved to Slayton.
EDINA — Judy Eykyn and Laura Ailts were supposed to be checking credentials.
As volunteers stationed at the clubhouse during the third round of the U.S. Women’s Open golf tournament at Interlachen Country Club in Edina, the Worthington residents became gatekeepers. It was their job to make sure only players were allowed access to the locker rooms.
July 23, 2008
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