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Records published Oct. 27
Turf wars: NLS plan to upgrade football field under scrutiny
Dayton fails to visit all 87 counties in 86 days
Spicer man charged with kidnapping in alleged violent assault of woman
Man injured in Atwater electrical accident
Analyst: Zimmer tackle rotation versus Eagles 'horrible'
Wild's Niederreiter gaining confidence on new line
Conley, Grizzlies hold off Timberwolves
Roundup: Ridgewater sees win streak end in tough five-set match
1960's icon Bobby Vee dies at Minnesota care facility
Prince’s legendary vault is now open; song due out in November
Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in Literature
'Wayside School' opens tonight at The Barn
Rolling Stones to release new album in December
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS: Meet a central Minnesota family whose made its living off wild rice for four generations
Now is the perfect time for houseplant tasks
Social Security Administration declared a 0.3 percent cost-of-living adjustment for 2017
An Epic journey
Spooktacular: The whole family can help make ghostly yard ornaments
Melissa Heen Peterson
Francis H. "Fran" Uhlenkamp
Suzie Richter letter: Get informed, then go and vote
Ryan Rauenhorst letter: Lang will hold true to his values
Election letter deadline is Nov. 2
Thomas commentary: Donald Trump's contract with America?
Cartoon by Dave Granlund
February 8, 2013
Super Bowl blackout traced to preventive equipment
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- An electrical device that had been installed expressly to prevent a power outage caused the Super Bowl blackout, the stadium's power company said Friday as it took the blame for the outage that brought the game to a halt for more than a half-hour. Officials of...
February 8, 2013 - 12:18pm
February 5, 2013
Documents: Worries about outage before Super Bowl
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- While authorities investigate the causes of the 34-minute Super Bowl blackout, documents show that Superdome officials were...
February 5, 2013 - 7:45am
January 15, 2013
Willmar, Minn., school leadership calling for timely evaluation of facilities
WILLMAR — As enrollment climbs, the Willmar School District may soon need to evaluate its facility needs, Supt. Jerry Kjergaard said this week....
January 15, 2013 - 11:19pm
May 5, 2011
Letter: Issues facing city of Olivia
In support of Dan Knight's excellent letter on the new and current Olivia City Council, there are several issues that have been addressed and are concerns of the people attending these infrastructure meetings. The meetings have had armed Olivia Police Department at the door, the...
May 5, 2011 - 12:00am
February 9, 2011
Granite officials to hold hearing on $2.8 million sewer upgrade
GRANITE FALLS -- Granite Falls City Council members called for a public hearing to consider an estimated $2.8 million in work to correct deficiencies in its sanitary and storm sewer systems. Council members decided at the meeting Monday to set the hearing for March 21, according...
February 9, 2011 - 12:00am
January 27, 2011
Willmar proposes Vos Park street work
WILMAR -- Six streets in the Vos Park area in the northwest part of town are proposed for reconstruction in the preliminary 2011 street improvement...
January 27, 2011 - 12:00am
January 21, 2011
Major infrastructure needs addressed in Olivia
OLIVIA -- Property owners in Olivia got their first look Wednesday at what a proposed $20.8 million investment to rehabilitate aging infrastructure...
January 21, 2011 - 12:00am
August 26, 2010
In the second of three debates, governor candidates offer varying building plans
BROOKLYN PARK -- Mark Dayton could see Minnesota borrowing $1 billion to build and repair facilities, Tom Horner sees something closer to $400...
August 26, 2010 - 12:00am
February 12, 2009
Letter: A better plan for the economy
I'm convinced that the president's new stimulus plan is nothing more than a desperate attempt to solve a terrible mess that demands a much more rapid and greater response. A well-known philosopher once said, "To criticize without remedy is ignorance personified." OK, as president,...
February 12, 2009 - 12:00am