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Pedal to the metal
Osorio named District 622 Superintendent
Police report: Was it prostitution? Is your neighbor a bear? Get me out of this elevator!
Transition is the name of the game at Valley Crossing
Brenda Carlson’s journey guides her current career path
crime and courts
Softball: Royals upend Stillwater, advance to semifinals
Lacrosse: Royals juniors serve as anchors for success
Tennis: Raptors punch ticket to State Tournament
Boys Lacrosse: East Ridge blasts Minneapolis on Senior Night
Track and Field: Woodbury leads team standings after Day One
Deal hunters & stuff sellers meet up at Lions Community Garage Sale
East Ridge band seeks volunteers for TCF Bank Stadium concerts, including the Rolling Stones
Gangster paradise: Woodbury Heritage Society hosts gangster presentation
Student-written skits, song and dance come together May 19-21 at Cabaret
Prayer breakfast: A faithful morning
arts and entertainment
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VIEWPOINT: Minnesotans deserve control over our local elections
VIEWPOINT: Planting for future generations
LETTER: Aid to the needy is ethical, and economically beneficial
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Get Out! Deals
November 16, 2009
Judge considers overturning unallotment
ST. PAUL -- A judge is considering whether to temporarily restore money to one state budget area Gov. Tim Pawlenty cut earlier this summer. It is part of a wider case that challenges Pawlenty's legal authority to unilaterally make $2.7 billion in cuts to balance the state budget,...
November 16, 2009 - 12:12pm
July 14, 2009
Viewpoint: What the governor's budget cuts will mean for our communities
When learning of the extensive cuts made by the Legislature and then Gov. Tim Pawlenty's unallotment plans, naturally each of us has been asking ourselves what this will mean for our families and our communities. Today, I focus my comments on potential property tax increases and...
July 14, 2009 - 4:38pm
June 30, 2009
Viewpoint: State faces the effect of three rounds of cuts
Minnesotans have been hearing a great deal about budget cuts for well over a year. Now, as Gov. Pawlenty proceeds with his current unallotment plans, it's important to consider these proposed cuts along with the specifics of last December's unallotments and this year's budget bills....
June 30, 2009 - 7:03am
June 29, 2009
Cities won't sue over unallotment
ST. PAUL - Gov. Tim Pawlenty announces on the first day of Minnesota's new budget cycle just what he will cut from the budget. There should be no surprises, only little changes from what he said he could trim a couple of weeks ago.
June 29, 2009 - 11:32am
June 24, 2009
Woodbury to feel some pain from unallotment plan
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's unveiling of his unallotment plan for the state budget last week left many municipalities reeling.
June 24, 2009 - 9:35am
June 19, 2009
Democrats call unallotment illegal
ST. PAUL - Democrats claim Gov. Tim Pawlenty's plan to cut $2.7 billion from the state budget is illegal. Democratic legislative leaders Thursday told the Republican governor's commissioners that Pawlenty is overstepping his legal authority in balancing the budget by himself. "There...
June 19, 2009 - 8:49am
June 15, 2009
Funding needs to keep pace with increased need for transit services
WILLMAR -- 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. That's why the expected unallotment of state funds and the...
June 15, 2009 - 9:11am
January 1, 2009
More unallotment suits in question
January 1, 2009 - 8:00am