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A YMCA camp in western Wisconsin has been cleaned after more than 50 children from a Minnesota school district were sickened with norovirus. Comment?
Rep. John Kriesel spoke at a hearing on his electronic pull tab and video gambling bill on Monday night at the State Office Building in St. Comment?
Growing up on the banks of Crooked Creek in the 1960s, I had no such problem. Role models were everywhere. Comment?
After receiving a dire prognosis early in the day, an economic development initiative being pushed by the Mayo Clinic apparently is healthy once again at the state Capitol. Comment?
I will be going to the Minnesota State Capitol Saturday morning to show my support for in-home childcare providers as well as Personal Care Assistants. Comment?
It's crunchtime for the Legislature. With this year's regular lawmaking season due to expire at 12 a.m. Tuesday, an intense weekend is in store for Gov. Comment?
A Stream of Consciousness by Andy Aplikowski on His Life, His Politics, His Dogs, His Truck, and for other things " John McClane: You know what you get for being a hero? Nothin'. You get shot at. Comment?
If you look at the bios of the new Minnesota Health Exchange Board members, you see common themes weaving among them. Comment?
Minnesota schools are in line for a bunch of new money from the state. The Legislature was ready Saturday to sign off on a massive education finance bill that puts $485 million more into programs from early childhood through high school graduation. Comment?
Sen. David Hann on Thursday criticized DFL tax proposals that he said would hurt Minnesotans and only chip away at the state's budget problems. Comment?
Three fourths of the surface of the earth is water, but only a small percentage of that is not salt water. Comment?
Bradley Dean "Bradlee Dean" Smith's giving the the prayer for the May 2011 opening of the Minnesota Legislative session for that summer. Comment?
The St. Paul-based History Theatre is taking its show on the road to greater Minnesota in June and July. Comment?
A bid by Republican legislators to legalize discrimination in the state constitution ended up backfiring-by emboldening equality activists, writes state Rep. Comment?
It might seem like Mother Nature has it out for weekend event planners. At least in Minnesota. Comment?
GLYNDON, Minn. - Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton picked up a pair of wins on Saturday over Roseau and Warroad in Minnesota softball. Comment?
Heavy rain returning to the northern Plains will generate a renewed flood threat for the Red River of the North and its tributaries. Comment?
Specialist Cody Anderson helps demonstrate the pre-flight protocol at Camp Ripley's Unmanned Aircraft Systems Facility's grand opening. Comment?
Rhoda Gilman, a Minnesota historian, will be in the Brainerd lakes area on May 30 to talk about the history of protest in Minnesota. Comment?
May 18--She was backstage doing what concert promoters do: making sure the catering was perfect, making sure the road manager was happy and writing checks to the night's star, security people and everyone else who helped stage the concert. Comment?