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Video: Ringing in December with the first snow of the season
First big snow storm of the season spreads across Minnesota
Former Willmar teacher sentenced to prison in student sex case
Ethanol use set to rise as EPA unveils biofuels targets
Ethanol supporters wanted higher mandates
Men's Basketball: Gophers rally past Clemson
NHL: Recent slump has Yeo, Wild players on edge
NFL: Vikings' Zimmer will take wins over style points
College Football: Gophers could name new defensive coordinator soon
College Football: Gophers get a boost in bid for bowl game
'Happy Hollandaise' opens tonight at The Barn Theatre in Willmar
Willmar light display to be featured on ABC’s ‘Light Fight’
Charlie Sheen confirms he's HIV positive, says he was extorted to keep diagnosis quiet
Actor Charlie Sheen reportedly to announce he's HIV positive
Video: Willmar High School Musical ends four-day run with another sellout
Video: Rep. Dean Urdahl compelled to write
Video: Santa's Reindeer come to Belgrade on Saturday morning
Santjer — Hauge
Dunn — Johnson
Carroll — Fredman
LIVE IT!: Kandiyohi County focused on providing permanent homes for foster kids
LIVE IT!: After an extended period trying to adopt, rural Atwater couple seek another route
LIVE IT!: A how-to on planning the perfect family photo session
LIVE IT! For Raymond couple, parenthood once seemed a lost dream
LIVE IT!: Willmar woman knows both the loss and gain of adoption
Morris L. Swenson
Eric Dean Saunders
Curtis Dale Radunz
Lyla D. Hansen
Editorial: A day to be thankful and reflect upon our blessings
Commentary: The discipline of gratitude
Editorial: Defeating ISIS will be a complicated task
Letter: God is the game-changer
Letter: An evening of diversity, inclusion
September 11, 2009
Letter: Get a grip, conservatives!
The super-vocal people who seem to have forgotten the purpose of education and are so worried that President Barack Obama's speech to students might give the children "socialistic ideas," should take a deep breath and listen to other voices for a bit. Perhaps they would remember...
opinion / letters / education
September 11, 2009 - 12:00am
Defining the GOP majority
While watching Fox News the other day, I tuned in to Rush Limbaugh who was condemning the Republican Party because they have lost their dedication to true conservatism. I am as conservative as they come and have always followed the Republican Party platform, but I find one fault in...
opinion / letters
February 11, 2009 - 12:00am
November 18, 2008
Commentary: A conservative transition: A move to minority status
WASHINGTON -- There is a second transition under way over which President-elect Barack Obama has no control -- the transition of conservatives to minority status. How they do this will have a powerful impact on the new presidency. If you doubt that, ask Bill Clinton. Clinton was...
November 18, 2008 - 12:00am
October 31, 2008
Letter: A far cry from the Gospel
Right now John McCain is denouncing "Share the wealth" and crowds of conservative Christians boo loudly in approval. Any such compassionate sharing of our worldly good is considered atheistic Communism to their peculiar way of thinking. It sounds suspiciously Christian to me and...
October 31, 2008 - 12:00am
October 29, 2008
Letter: Where are our priorities?
How about a few non-partisan comments about this year's political campaigns? The situation is almost laughable, if it wasn't so tragic. Twisted remarks, lies, you name it; we've had it this year. The thing that surprises me the most is all the attention paid to "the last eight years."...
October 29, 2008 - 12:00am
October 27, 2008
Letter: Vote for return to the Bible
Barack Obama's far left agenda for change will be just that. We could have 30 years or more of liberal activist judges. The agenda of the ACLU, homosexual activists, abortion rights activists and many more liberal organizations will gloat with glee. But what about the conservative...
October 27, 2008 - 12:00am
October 2, 2008
October 2, 2008 - 12:00am
July 1, 2008
Commentary: Will conservative justices subvert the people's will?
WASHINGTON -- If the long conservative era that began with Ronald Reagan's election is over, will the judges appointed during the right's ascendancy be able to block, frustrate and undermine the efforts of a new progressive majority? Consider this analysis from two influential journalists...
July 1, 2008 - 12:00am