STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Higher ed OK'd
By Danielle Killey
Minnesota representatives approved increasing by $150 million spending on state colleges and universities.
Higher education, perhaps more than any other area, has been neglected f... Posted on 4/25/13 at 7:38 PM
ON MY MIND First day back to work at MnDOT
After 20 days of the Minnesota government shutdown, I was contacted by my supervisor yesterday afternoon (July 20) to go back to work today.
The shutdown was over. The waiting was over. The anxiety w... Posted on 7/22/11 at 12:02 AM
District 833 school buses became victims of frigid temperatures Monday morning, Jan. 4, when 12 of its school buses failed to start early in the morning after sitting dormant since Dec. 22. However, the district was only short five buses since the district has seven backup buses.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 June 30 to enter into a joint powers agreement with other metropolitan area counties to pay for a brokering service that helps organize transportation for residents who receive medical assistance.
An aging population, increasing gas prices and a growing immigrant population that can’t afford multiple vehicles to drive to work are all factors in the increasing need for transit services in rural Minnesota.
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