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Three-year, $180,000-a-year contract approved for Stillwater superintendent
Work on the Radio Drive, Military Road intersection will be completed this spring
Where every day is Earth Day
County Engineer Sandberg gains reappointment
crime and courts
Woodbury Boys Tennis: Royals retain 7 Mile Trophy
New Life Softball: Eagles tally 20 runs in win over Bethany
New Life Track and Field: Eagle boys set new relay record
New Life Girls Golf: Eagles focused on fun and improvement
East Ridge Boys Tennis: Mounds View hands the Raptors their first loss of ths season
Woodbury fifth grader Olivia Davis named Miss Minnesota Preteen
Woodbury artist creates fused glass piece for “Art Meets Baseball” exhibit in St. Paul’s Lowertown
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Afton native makes a playwright of ‘A Season for Vivaldi’ author, posthumously
Jon Seashore writes, co-directs Woodbury High School spring play
arts and entertainment
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LETTER: Bus rapid transit would slow my commute
LETTER: Other states’ climates would be better for immigrants
LETTER: River Valley Action helps educate on oil
LETTER: Ronnally’s legacy must go on
LETTER: Soccer gear goes to Haiti
Get Out! Deals
May 13, 2009
Letter: Bachmann's new political rivals
Democratic State Senator Katie Sieben works hard for her district's constituents which includes Afton and myself. She is not afraid to work in a non-partisan manner with Republicans like Afton's State Representative Denny McNamara. However, when she wants to move projects along...
May 13, 2009 - 8:54am
November 5, 2008
Bachmann wins re-election in Sixth
Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann won her re-election bid in Minnesota Sixth District U.S. House race against challenger El Tinklenberg, who conceded late Tuesday. 90 percent of the precincts reported results by 1 a.m. and with a lead of more than 13,000 votes over her DFL...
November 5, 2008 - 1:30am
October 29, 2008
Letter: Tinklenberg is who we need
When a candidate for office cannot withstand scrutiny of his or her positions on the issues, that candidate often resorts to smears and innuendo, painting the opposition as "the other," somehow less American, less patriotic, less deserving of a voice in the Democratic process. I...
October 29, 2008 - 12:00am
October 11, 2008
Tinklenberg stakes out moderate stance
ST. PAUL - Two years ago Democrats passed over Elwyn Tinklenberg and picked child-safety advocate Patty Wetterling for Minnesota's 6th Congressional...
October 11, 2008 - 12:00am
September 24, 2008
Letter: Send Tinklenberg to Congress
I am writing this in support of Elwyn Tinklenberg for U.S. Congress. Despite her claims of religious morality, the incumbent Michele Bachmann is a very conservative representative who was the only member of Minnesota's delegation who did not vote to fund to combat AIDS in Africa....
September 24, 2008 - 12:00am
April 23, 2008
Viewpoint: Gov't. doesn't need to tell us what is best for ourselves
El Tinklenberg's recent Viewpoint ("Light bulb act may miss the forest for the trees," Bulletin, April 16) suggests that Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's "Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act" is focusing on a single tree rather than the entire forest. I'd like to explain to Mr. Tinklenberg...
opinion / government
April 23, 2008 - 12:00am
Letter: Tinklenberg should read 'fine print'
Contrary to El Tinklenberg's remarks in the April 16 issue of the Bulletin, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is not the one blinded or "over-engaged" on one issue. Presenting the Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act is about the big picture. It's about freedom, exercising common sense...
April 23, 2008 - 12:00am
April 16, 2008
Viewpoint: Light bulb act may miss the forest for the trees
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's recent venture into the forest of environmental politics caused an avalanche of publicity, but it is doubtful that she will win the hearts and minds of anyone interested in shaving a few dollars off their electric bill. Rep.
April 16, 2008 - 12:00am