Looking for the racists at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City? They’re up in the luxury boxes. Read more →
Archives for January 2015
Critics of soon-to-be-presidential-candidate Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin have certainly noticed the message he sent this week about what’s important in his state: professional sports, specifically an NBA franchise. Read more →
The rather delicious infighting among Saint Paul City Council members over the fate of a typical cruddy billboard reveals this factoid today: East Side residents need inspirational and promotional messages, according to area politicians.
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The end is nigh for drivers trying to avoid westbound traffic on I-94 in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports.
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If there’s one thing people don’t much care for, it’s the media getting a little too full of themselves.
Saint Paul Pioneer Press writer Brian Murphy might have found that out when he weighed in Marshawn Lynch’s one-answer-for-every-question performance at Super Bowl media day. Read more →
A Canadian corporation is holding an online promotion to get people talking about mental illness and eliminate what the company says is a stigma against it by virtue of the thought that mental illness is a character flaw, a weakness, if you will. Read more →
Back in the day, it was relatively easy to find out who made bomb threats in our high school. Authorities would start by finding out which teachers were giving major tests or had big assignments due that day, and then pick up the usual suspects in each class until one of them confessed Read more →
We’ve reached the part of the Super Bowl season when companies release their ads, garnering more attention than a TV ad probably should.
And we’re pretty OK with that. Read more →
For a week, the Rochester Post Bulletin reports, Jadalynn Haugen debated whether to spent her $20 of birthday money on candy, or donate it to the Plainview Fire Department to help buy equipment that can resuscitate pets caught in a fire? Read more →
The big storm in Massachusetts has rekindled an old debate. Read more →
One of the country’s leading manufacturer’s of drones/quadcopters might have just shown the way to break the logjam surrounding how the devices can be regulated in a safe manner. Read more →
They’re digging out from three feet of snow in New England today. And a principal at a private school in Rhode Island is getting the attention he craved with another parody no-school announcement. Read more →
The Duluth News Tribune is the first newspaper out of the gate with an editorial panning Gov. Dayton’s transportation proposal, which includes raising the metro sales tax, increasing the license tab fees, and adding a gas tax. Read more →
Back in the infancy of the Internet, the experts told us it would give the voiceless a voice, empowering people in a way we can’t imagine.
We blew the chance. Read more →
In last year’s cold, not many people finished the grueling Arrowhead 135. This year was a different story. Read more →