1st District Republicans divided between Quist, Parry; Duluth cafeterias line up for local farmers’ food; The Twinkie subsidy; Editorial: Student debt is nearing a tipping point; Grow yourself a six-pack; Ineffective Liriano gets rocked as Rays trample Twins;
Archives for April 2012
Vikings Stadium: long goodbye becomes hello again; Mowing grass and shoveling snow; The “embarrassing” North Dakota Capitol and other stories presented by Minnesota Today from MPR News.
The Grand Marais Art Colony: The Critique; Therese Masters Jacobson’s “A year on the Plains” and music inspired paintings by Mia Malone-Jennings.
Three DFLers debate in Duluth to challenge Cravaack; Rukavina letter threatens Pequaywan Township over mining vote; USA Today finds old Minnesota lead plant sites; U.S. Senate candidates share concerns, priorities
Three semifinalists are competing to replace departing Winona State University President Judith Ramaley
Dayton: Negotiations with GOP going south; Abortion bills pass Minnesota House, Senate; Wolf hunt caught in Minnesota legislature; Farm bill cuts would hit food stamps; Twin Cities population to grow more diverse, elderly by 2040; 61 acres to be added to Voyageurs National Park; For elders with dementia, musical awakenings; Op-Ed: The TSA’s mission creep is making the US a police state
Duluth tax rally gets rowdy; No pay raise for elected officials — again; Former Rochester School Board member: Scrap tenure; Study finds link between 3M-made chemical and cancer; A more predictable result for the Yankees against the Twins, 8-3;
House committee rejects Vikings stadium proposal; Some Minnesota lawmakers ready to adjourn, some want more time; Yankees knock around Pavano early, but the Twins get to Garcia often; Tea Party launches committee to fight Roch sales tax; Warm spring brings loons back to MN early;
Weekend tornadoes leave ‘a royal mess’ in Midwest; Issues in the Minnesota Legislature: What is moving, what is not; Barnes, Graves win DFL endorsements for Congress; More buyers are seeking homes in ‘shadow market’
Gandhi spoke about living with his grandfather before his assassination, growing up in the village of Durban in South Africa during the Apartheid and his thoughts about bullying, environmentalism and women’s issues through nonviolence.