CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Senate debates childcare, PCA unions
By Don Davis
The Minnesota Senate Tuesday night was en route to approving legislation allowing child care workers and personal care attendants to join unions.
Supporters say such action would allow t... Posted on 5/14/13 at 7:56 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Chocolate and Cherries -- Double Trouble
Two desserts -- one plate -- all for me. Double trouble. Not for may taste buds, mind you. It's a problem for my waistline. But, when the desserts are so delicious...
I don't usually eat two desserts... Posted on 7/4/09 at 7:01 PM
WORTHINGTON — Worthington windsurfer Lisa Kremer, daughter of Glenn and Barb Kremer, will be featured this weekend in an episode of “The Real Winning Edge,” a 13-week television series that profiles young achievers who have excelled in the face of adversity. Her episode was originally scheduled to air in early January but was delayed.
WORTHINGTON — Lisa Shane, convicted in 2006 for second-degree murder through child neglect in the death of her infant daughter, was recently denied a petition for post-conviction relief, which she has 60 days to appeal.
WORTHINGTON — Lisa Kremer was a bit skeptical that anything would come out of her application to be part of a TV series called “The Real Winning Edge.” But the Worthington windsurfer and Olympic hopeful will indeed be featured in an upcoming episode of the reality series that debuts today.
Lisa, the daughter of Glenn and Barb Kremer of Worthington, first heard about the series being produced by Challenger films from Bill Keitel of Worthington, who currently serves on the U.S. Windsurfing Board of Directors, as does Lisa.
A rural Worthington man and a Worthington woman were charged Monday with second- and fifth-degree controlled substance possession and drug paraphernalia after another man who had just been arrested told authorities where he had allegedly purchased his methamphetamine.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Attorney Gordon Moore was served on Thursday with a notice of appeal filed by the state public defender on behalf of Lisa Marie Shane, who was convicted in April of second-degree unintentional murder, which occurred during an underlying offense of felony child neglect.
WORTHINGTON — Despite requests by her attorney and her mother for a shorter prison term, Lisa Marie Shane was sentenced Friday to 15 years incarceration in a state facility by Judge David Christensen in Nobles County District Court.
I read your coverage of County Attorney Gordon Moore’s complaints about the bill the county is paying for a defense expert in the Lisa Shane murder trial. Your readers might want to hear the other side of the story.
Criminal cases more and more involve scientific evidence.
John Stuart, Minnesota State Public Defender
, May 18, 2006
WORTHINGTON — After two days of jury selection, eight days of testimony and about four hours of deliberation, a verdict of guilty for two of the three charges against Lisa Shane was handed down Monday in Nobles County District Court.
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