Forty-five concerned citizens signed a petition for the removal of a coach. In reading articles in the News Tribune about it — including April 9’s story, which was headlined, “Cloquet -Esko-Carlton hockey coach to keep job” — one word came to mind: railroaded.
So, now, let me get this straight: The state now wants to greatly increase the liquor tax after wanting to have liquor stores open on Sundays, which, as we all know, was voted down. I wonder what effect that would have.
Having come across the following truth, which I found in solving a Penny Press cryptogram puzzle (a message in a substitution code), I realized the accuracy of the observation to my condition: “I have always liked to let things simmer in my mind for a long time before setting them down on paper.”
One of the most important aspects of communication is facts. All too often in recent news reports about Duluth’s Rockridge school site, facts have not been correct. The site’s present R1 zoning allows for single-
President Obama’s budget reminds me of my uncle who was going broke farming and then inherited $1 million. Asked what he was going to do with the money, he replied he was going to “keep farming as long as the money held out.”
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