THE NEW FORTY The land that time forgot...
Fargo took the Midwest title in the Weather Channel's "Toughest Weather City" tournament. Fargo advanced to the Final Four after beating out International Falls by a mere forty votes. Well, at least t... Posted on 3/30/13 at 11:24 AM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Ness to address political zoo
Duluth Mayor Don Ness will return to his alma mater Tuesday night to reflect on the sorry state of American politics.
Ill talk about the brokenness of American politics today and what I see as some p... Posted on 2/26/13 at 1:00 AM
STAFF BLOG JIMMY JABBER Duluth-area leaders bring a message of thanks to Capitol
ST. PAUL Previous years visits to the state Capitol by Northeastern Minnesota community leaders included requests to fund projects such as an airport terminal, a hockey arena, an intermodal transpo... Posted on 2/14/13 at 1:00 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA The Final Leg
This three-week journey through central China capped off my 11-month stay in China. After it, I returned to my China home of Zhuhai for two days of preparations, reflection, and final good-byes to all... Posted on 9/29/12 at 8:47 AM
STAFF BLOG FLICKERTALES FROM THE HILL Cramer announces town hall campaign tour
FARGO - Republican U.S. House candidate Kevin Cramer plans to hold several town hall meetings during the next couple weeks as part of a campaign initiative to engage with prospective voters.
"Witho... Posted on 1/27/12 at 1:40 PM
Liquor licenses ordered into receivership as part of foreclosure rulings are limiting the council’s discretion when it comes to deciding who does and doesn’t get one. And state law guiding issuance of liquor licenses into receivership is vague, which has resulted in some non-operational licenses being tied to the sale of a premise for years at a time.
Nancy Catherine Roulston, 51, of South Rand pleaded not guilty to two felony charges — theft over $10,000 in a business setting and misconduct by a public employee, in an incident involving the Superior Public Library.
Tonight, the city council considers a plan that could mean fewer older homes in the area of the former Blaine and Central school sites. It would create space for additional commercial development plus some housing development and create a tax increment finance district worth about $5 million. The goal is to multiply 10-fold the value of the area and create opportunities for redevelopment.
Flanked by friends, family and members of the Douglas County Democratic Party, Superior City Councilor Nick Milroy was the first to announce plans to throw his hat in the ring for the 73rd Assembly District seat.
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