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Pitching in: Community recycling is more than just a residential effort
Women's night out
Osceola County chicken farm tests positive for avian flu
Going to the dogs: K-9 fundraiser event scheduled
Six Minnesotans accused of attempting to join Islamic State
Prep softball: Worthington blasts three homers in win
Prep tennis: Worthington tripped up on windy afternoon
College softball: No. 6 Ridgewater topples Minnesota West
Minnesota West wrestling: Farris to join defending national champs
Prep baseball: Worthington slugs way to win; Windom Area claims rematch
Column: 2016 -- the woman trap
Column: A new cycle of partisan hatred
Editorial: More bucks for broadband
Letter: Rural nursing homes get boost under provisions
Letter: House bill offers aid for bird flu emergency
Vernice A. Kuhl
George J. Veenhuis
Geared up: Noah Hoehn readies for release of debut album
Column: Ebola? It's nothing, compared to plagues of the past
Column: These hands
Religion briefs: April 16
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February 5, 2015
Farmer tax fix may not be immediate
ST. PAUL — Minnesota farmers think part of their property tax bills is unfair, but they probably should not get their hopes up that things will change immediately. Rep. Steve Drazkowski, R-Mazeppa, and Sen. Lyle Koenen, D-Clara City, offered bills Thursday that would keep farmland...
February 5, 2015 - 7:26pm
Minnesota voters split their picks
ST. PAUL — Minnesota retains its reputation for being, well, unpredictable when it comes to elections. In Tuesday’s election, the state’s voters gave two Democratic former recount survivors relatively easy victories, but turned over control of the state House to Republicans....
November 5, 2014 - 8:32pm
District 518 voters say yes to referendum
WORTHINGTON — As election night drew to a close Tuesday, District 518 had reason to celebrate. In contrast to the 2013 defeat of school referendums, a majority of Nobles County voting in favor of a new operating levy. In the school board race, the district will see two familiar...
November 5, 2014 - 1:47am
November 27, 2012
Minnesota vote up, but more voters possible
ST. PAUL -- More than 76 percent of Minnesota's eligible voters cast ballots Nov. 6, best in the country, but the state's top election official says even more would participate if they could vote early. In this year's election, 2,950,780 Minnesotans voted. That is the most ever,...
November 27, 2012 - 9:13pm
November 7, 2012
Voters decide against voter ID
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota voters do not want to prove who they are. Forty-six percent of voters Tuesday wanted to amend the state Constitution to require a photo ID before voting, but 50 percent was needed. The Minnesota vote went against a trend in other states to approve voter ID. Election...
November 7, 2012 - 2:40am
April 4, 2012
Voters' turn on photo ID
ST. PAUL -- Now it's up to the voters. Minnesotans will decide on Nov. 6 whether showing photographic identification before casting ballots should be required. The Legislature approved the Republican-backed constitutional amendment proposal Wednesday, the Senate 35-29 and the House...
April 4, 2012 - 9:52pm
December 8, 2010
ST. PAUL -- Mark Dayton and Tom Emmer ended their quest for the Minnesota governor's office as differently as they were on the campaign trail. Dayton, the liberal winner, was somber. Emmer, the conservative loser, was lighthearted.
December 8, 2010 - 8:49pm
November 3, 2010
Two charged with ineligible voting
WORTHINGTON -- Just two days before the statute of limitations ran out, on the very day that the nation was at the polls for midterm elections, the Nobles County Attorney's Office filed charges against two people for voting in the 2008 election while ineligible. Monica Duarte Duchene,...
November 3, 2010 - 2:29am
January 10, 2009
Lawsuit brings surprise to voters
ST. PAUL -- Norm Coleman cannot rely on Minnesotans Howard Hartmann and Nancy Carmichael to help him fight the U.S. Senate recount result in court. Plucked from relative anonymity, the two voters are among dozens named in Coleman's lawsuit challenging the election recount that gave...
January 10, 2009 - 12:00am