Since the peak of the housing market in 2006, however, home resale prices in the Minneapolis area have dropped 27 percent. They’re up 18 percent since the bottom of the housing market in 2011.
Archives for December 2012
Focus on mental health care, the year’s news, the Oil Patch from space, Albert Lea’s story lady, and Charles Durning’s political analysis.
On January 1, 3M bans smoking on its entire Maplewood campus.
Some things never get old.
Students at Dartmouth have answered a poorly done European video that purported to show that science and women are made for each other. The European video was clearly the brainchild of some guys. Not this one.
Paying it forward, why there’s no research on gun control, the people who don’t do their jobs and the people who just want one, the FAA v. the New York Giants, and look who’s made it from Minnesota to New Orleans.
Is the Constitution and the people who wrote it too much of a religious experience?
If a wife suspects her husband is having an inappropriate relationship with one of his female employees, is it legal to fire the female employee even if there’s no evidence f an affair?
Dogs get what a lot of people don’t.
Occasionally, there is still the page layout that stops you in your tracks.
The dirty little secret of Minnesota,is that we get you, Wisconsin.
If there’s any appetite at all from American news consumers for information about the rest of the world, you sure couldn’t find much evidence of it from a survey released today by the Pew Research Center for People and the Press.
Given the lack of much new emanating from today’s long-awaited National Rifle Association news conference reacting to last Friday’s Connecticut massacre, Twitter’s 140 character limit seems like the perfect vehicle for reviewing it.
What’s behind an old debate, veterans dying for a little help, the North Dakota cowboy lifesaver, the season of stealing, and setting a high bar for marriage proposals.
MPR’s Tim Pugmire reports today several House GOPers are urging Gov. Mark Dayton to reject new Department of Education social studies standards because they do not stress the value of American patriotism.