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Pump station to be added to pipeline through Meeker County
Man accused of shooting deputy faces four felony counts, including attempted murder
Jury selection complete in Little Falls murder case
UPDATE: Students injured when semi and school bus collide
Driver killed Wednesday as trucks crash on icy I-94 near Barnesville
MSU-Mankato players expected to practice Friday
Girls basketball: LQPV team MVP Freetly cuts award into thirds to share with teammates
Goalie Ilya Bryzgalov is No. 1 for Wild
Willmar notebook: Snow brings icy thoughts of Freon
Stephen Colbert named to takeover 'Late Show' on CBS
4-part harmony on stage Saturday at WEAC in Willmar, Minn.
Bemidji featured as FX posts first seven minutes of 'Fargo' series
Mickey Rooney, versatile actor and master showman, dies At 93
David Letterman to retire from CBS 'Late Show' In 2015
Family Dollar to cuts jobs, plans to close about 350 stores
Green Mill reopens after extensive remodel
BlackBerry severs sales ties with T-Mobile
Nominatinations sought for B2B’s ‘5 Over 40’ issue in west central Minnesota
GlenOaks expands services offered at Village Apartments in New London
James 'Jim' Draeger
Mildred "Mickey" H. Wermager
Fannie E. Rogers
For area Magic: The Gathering fans, it’s more than just a game
Twitter rolls out new look to user profile pages
Motorcycle safety: Training key to saving lives this riding season
Valle — Steinhaus
Monson — Wetterling
Letter: Compassion within a tragedy
Minnesota Opinion: Stop distracted driving on Minnesota highways
Minnesota Opinion: Moving in a civil rights direction in America
Commentary: Rand Paul’s amateur hour
Commentary: Sebelius is a scapegoat for Obama
February 28, 2014
No extension for public comment on PolyMet mine in NE Minn.
DULUTH -- The public comment period for the proposed PolyMet copper mine and processing center near Hoyt Lakes will end March 13, after 90 days, state and federal agency officials said Thursday. Several environmental groups and others had petitioned the Minnesota Department...
news / state
February 28, 2014 - 10:30am
February 24, 2014
Attorney General seeks national standard to protect against identity theft
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Attorney General Eric Holder, citing the recent massive data theft at retailer Target Corp, urged Congress on Monday to enact a national standard for notifying consumers about such breaches. "This would empower the American people to protect themselves if...
news / nation
February 24, 2014 - 7:04am
October 20, 2010
Letter: A stunning lack of insight
Ah, another season of wondrous politics in which those who have done the most to destroy the economy and our international standing while increasing health costs and the national debt, are the very same individuals and groups who are most righteously indignant! As culpability increases,...
opinion / letters
October 20, 2010 - 12:00am
October 18, 2010
Letter: Why we need government
Thirty-three Chilean miners were trapped underground for 69 days. It need not have happened if the mine owners had followed the law concerning required escape routes, and the Chilean government had enforced the law. They were rescued because of a multimillion-dollar rescue effort...
opinion / letters
October 18, 2010 - 12:00am
May 24, 2010
American Opinion: On regulation of the U.S. oil industry
Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States: From The Associated Press On the regulation of the U.S. oil industry: It wasn't so long ago, when oil prices were on their way up to near $150 a barrel, that Lafayette business people began talking about the regulatory...
opinion / editorials
May 24, 2010 - 12:00am
Cartoon by Michael Ramirez
opinion / cartoons
April 24, 2010 - 12:00am
March 30, 2009
Public Forum: Time to live within our means
Lately there has been much wailing and gnashing of teeth over the bonuses paid at AIG. Big deal. Have we forgotten about the $3.6 billion in bonuses that Merrill Lynch paid out just hours before the deal to be bought by Bank of America was to close? AIG's bonuses are less than 5 percent...
opinion / letters
March 30, 2009 - 1:00am
October 11, 2008
A lesson in banking history
It is true as John H. Burns (Public Forum, Oct. 7) states, Judgment Day is at hand. He needs to go back and read a little banking history. Our independent banks were quite adequate until 1938, when government stuck itself into the banking industry by establishing Fannie Mae. They...
October 11, 2008 - 12:00am