CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: House rejects hemp farming amendment
Minnesota farmers still will not be able to grow hemp, the House decided Friday on a 74-52 vote.
When considering what otherwise was a noncontroversial farm bill, Rep. Phyllis Kahn, DFL-Minneapolis, ... Posted on 3/30/12 at 11:05 PM
REPRINT 1935: Sunday Dinner Suggestions With Pork or Ham
Sunday Dinner suggestions of 1935, from pork chops with apples and mashed potatoes to baked ham with parsley potatoes an lemon meringue pie.
Was parsley really that expensive in 1935?
Next post at n... Posted on 2/10/10 at 12:00 AM
Music, messages, multi-generational attendance included
WORTHINGTON — From Wednesday through Saturday of “fair week,” the Nobles County Fairgrounds is a flurry of activity, and Olson Arena — the site of most livestock shows — is often among the busiest spots.
WORTHINGTON — Mother’s Day is over, but the Worthington community will continue to honor area mothers with music and prizes at the annual Mother’s Day Celebration from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at St. Mary’s School.
Voters approve measure in Lismore, turn back proposals in Luverne, Midway Township A question posed to voters in two communities and one township in the region proved that not everyone is ready to allow their local businesses to serve up a glass of wine or a mixed drink on Sundays.
Norma Norell’s article in Feb. 20 Daily Globe set my memory banks back six decades. I served at a prisoner of war site camp in Whiteville, N.C. The German POWs cut pulpwood for paper and lived in the confines of the camp.
Al Swanson, Daily Globe historical columnist
, June 11, 2008
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