More and more people find themselves working in retirement for a variety of reasons.
Archives for July 2010
Should Minnesota end its method of giving financial aid to cities – the Local Government Aid or LGA program. That’s going to be the topic of debate here.
Micro-communities built in already established neighborhoods can offer Baldwin Township a way to build community among residents on a smaller scale.
Todd County residents continued to refine priorities as part of their participation with the Initiative Foundation’s Healthy Communities Partnership.
Willmar surveyed its residents about how they felt about city services.
Growth in Minnesota has been focused in what state demographer Tom Gillaspy calls a “doughnut” around the Twin Cities. Upcoming redistricting will likely focus heavily on these areas, bringing more political power to the exurbs.
MPR News’ Insight Now held an hour-long online conversation on immigration in Minnesota.
A Todd County barrel-maker says it has a hard time finding workers.
How Moorhead, Minn., might go from being “unserved” by high-speed Internet access to “served.”
By changing the definition of what constitutes sufficient Internet speed, the FCC has determined that nine Minnesota counties are “unserved.”