STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Equali-TEA, anyone?
The League of Women Voters Duluth is holding A celebration of a womans right to vote on Saturday.
There are two seatings: 10-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-2 p.m. at the Duluth Womans Club, 2400 E. Superior St... Posted on 3/11/14 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Candidate out to convince state for more help for western N.D.
WILLISTON, N.D. A Williston city commissioner announced Monday he will run for the state Legislature to better convey the message in Bismarck about the need for state help in western North Dakota.
Br... Posted on 1/27/14 at 5:23 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES The Problem with U.S. History
In 20 years of homeschooling, we never did find the ultimate resource for teaching U.S. History.
We knew we didn't want textbooks similar to what we had endured in our own public school childhoods:... Posted on 1/23/14 at 2:39 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Dodd Ford to receive a makeover
Truss bridge to be placed onto concrete stringer with the decking encased. Work scheduled to begin in Summer 2014
It is a beautiful piece of artwork when crossing the Blue Earth River, as seen in t... Posted on 1/13/14 at 10:18 PM
Duluth Mayor Ben Boo yesterday unveiled a $34.2 million annual capital improvement program that includes a $1 million West End truck center and a $4.5 million Arena-Auditorium annex. Boo presented his program at a dinner meeting with the City Council.
Republicans never seem to tire of telling horror stories about the Affordable Care Act, or ACA. Too bad the lame complaints of pitiful “victims” usually fall apart under the least scrutiny. And, of course, if they can’t find real stories, they’re happy to make stuff up, even with hired actors, as a Koch brothers-funded group did in Louisiana.
The Duluth City Council is expected to give first reading tonight of an ordinance authorizing the sale of $2 million in general obligation bonds to support construction of an Arena-Auditorium annex and an enclosed ramp connecting it with the downtown.
Choosing to serve my country as a member of the Army was one of the greatest decisions I ever made. It also was a daunting commitment, but I knew that whatever happened to me, in return for my service, my country would take care of me. It’s a promise the military makes to its soldiers.
I found the February DFL caucus to be an excellent way to learn about the issues that matter most to my neighbors and community and a good way to be active in the political process. I look forward to serving as a delegate to the 7th District DFL convention on March 22, and I want to urge my fellow delegates to support Jennifer Schultz for the House District 7A seat.
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