The idea of a $9 air fare to Toledo is far fetched.
Archives for May 2009
America’s broadband blues, archeology on the Gunflint Trail, a look inside an Arkansas prison farm, a zeppelin flight, and buttock attacks in Rome.
Conservatives point to a 2001 speech by Sonia Sotomayer as a reason to be concerned about her judicial temperament. In it, she cited a Minnesota Supreme Court case.
It is only in my latter years that I have come to realize why the obituary page is the second-most-read page in the newspaper.
The people trying to save newspapers can do worse than reminding people that the Betty Ryans of the world help keep the ‘community’ in the communities they cherish.
The California Supreme Court has upheld last November’s vote that struck down gay marriage in the state, while voting to keep existing same-sex marriages legally intact.
Is she a fluke, or is she an example of what hard work and some breaks can do?
Who’s pulling the Hausers’ strings, stopping the march of baseball advances, tales from the cemetery, what hath CSI wrought, and why are vitamin sales and the economy linked?
My paternal grandparents, Dorothy (nee Anderson, 1Lt) and Quentin Eric Lundquist (Tsgt) both served during WWII, and were married before returning to the U.S. My grandfather was an orderly and my grandmother was a nurse. There was one story in particular where a patient had shimmied up a drainpipe and my grandfather had gone up Read more →
Historical insight or long-lasting sour grapes?
Got a picture that captures Minnesota’s long weekend?
Lt. Frederick Gordon, reported missing in action during a bombing run over Germany. His remains were never found.
A native of rural western Iowa, she was ready to see the world at 18. Much to her disappointment, she was stationed at Fort Des Moines in Iowa.
He and his crew were shot down during a raid on Steyr, Austria on April 2,1944.