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Willmar Community Christian School dedicates new gym
Records published Oct. 13
Kandiyohi County unveils groundbreaking leachate treatment system
Woman charged with felony criminal sexual conduct
Seeking warmth, swarms of orange bugs sneak indoors
Wild hope third scoring line is the charm
Prep Volleyball Roundup: Warriors stun KMS
Girls Tennis Roundup: MACCRAY, Minnewaska, Montevideo in 6A Final Four
Cross Country: LQPV/DB sweeps Benson/KMS Invite titles
Prep football: Cards looking for first playoff win since 2010
Event this weekend to pay tribute to area railroaders, locomotive that welcomes public to county museum
Lake Superior could be the setting for new crime-drama TV series
Acclaimed vocal ensemble to play Bethel
West Central Minnesota Meander artist’s passion is also her talent
Video: Fiddlers fire up at Terrace Mill
Reigstad — Miller
Video: Engine 2523 celebrated for 50 years as a Willmar landmark
Video: 5th Annual Willmar Area Walk to End Alzheimer's
Gary R. Nelson shares memories of Engine 2523
Video: A classic steam engine chugs into Willmar near noon Sunday
Michael D. Carter
John L. Wieber
Daniel L. Braken
Solvaye J. Bliven
David LeRoy Schliep
Capitol Chatter: Students, teachers lobby for college credit courses
Letter: The mission of our National Guard
Letter: Troops need our ongoing support
Editorial: Best wishes to the 682nd for a safe and great tour
Editorial: Republican House caucus looking for agreement
July 1, 2014
Spilseth and Thompson re-elected to leadership posts in Eighth Judicial District
WILLMAR — Judge Donald M. Spilseth will continue to serve as chief judge of Minnesota’s Eighth Judicial District for the next two years after being re-elected by a group of colleagues in June, the Minnesota Judicial Branch announced Tuesday in a news release.
News / local
July 1, 2014 - 10:42pm
June 7, 2014
Commentary: Voting for judges
It happened again this year. At first, I was embarrassed, but now I just laugh. “Who should I vote for?” friends ask. At first, as a lawyer and a law professor, I felt like I should know the answer to that. But I didn’t — and still don’t. In Massachusetts, where I come from,...
opinion / commentary
June 7, 2014 - 1:00am
December 10, 2012
Commentary: It is the miracle of the rule of law in U.S.
By Susan Estrich It’s easy, as a law professor and practicing lawyer, to take the rule of law for granted and even to question its existence. In my classes, I teach students cases in which courts, on similar facts, reach conflicting results, notwithstanding the fundamental principle...
opinion / commentary
December 10, 2012 - 12:00am
October 26, 2012
Beckman, Van Hon named as Eighth District Judges
ST. PAUL - Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed Stephanie Beckman and Thomas Van Hon as District Court judges in Minnesota's Eighth Judicial District. Beckman will replace Judge Steven E. Drange who retired earlier this year. She will be chambered in Litchfield in Meeker County. Beckman...
News / region
October 26, 2012 - 2:17pm
April 15, 2010
Letter: Corporate meddling in elections
During the confirmation hearings of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, I listened closely to their answers because I was suspicious due to their background as corporate lawyers. I was reassured since they testified under oath that they believed in following precedent:...
opinion / letters
April 15, 2010 - 12:00am
April 8, 2009
Franken's lead grows in Senate recount
ST. PAUL -- Norm Coleman took the U.S.
News / state
April 8, 2009 - 12:00am
February 4, 2009
Judges set limit to the number of ballots for counting in U.S. Senate trial
ST. PAUL -- A judicial panel could review at least 5,000 uncounted absentee ballots for counting in the U.S. Senate election trial. Judges ruled Tuesday that Norm Coleman can argue to include in the election tally absentee ballots it believes were wrongly rejected in the Nov. 4 ...
February 4, 2009 - 12:00am
January 23, 2009
Coleman keeping options open regarding lawsuit
ST. PAUL -- Norm Coleman is confident he will return to the U.S. Senate, but will not rule out further lawsuits if a state election trial does...
January 23, 2009 - 12:00am
October 28, 2008
Letter: A looming Communist threat?
In the late 1950s, and most of the 1960s, Virginia and I and our three young children lived in a community about 60 miles east of Indianapolis, Ind. I became a member of the Hagerstown Junior Chamber of Commerce and was on the Americanism Committee. Since the threat of Communism was...
October 28, 2008 - 12:00am