As Minnesota’s flu season climbs toward its peak, health officials are reminding Minnesotans that it’s not too late to get their flu vaccine. Vaccination is the best way to prevent flu and lessen its serious effects.
Painting a mural standing on a scissor lift 20 feet off the ground might sound like a boring and lonely job.
Carmen Urbina Oberton of Randall was born in Joquicingo, Mexico. But the thriving city she knew, population about 12,000, was destroyed during the Central Mexico earthquake of Sept. 19.
November is the peak time for deer-vehicle crashes in the state, so motorists should watch for them and drive cautiously, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
By ROBERTA OLSON
The Alexandria area in West Central Minnesota has a unique layout sprawling around area lake…
Opinion & Columns
Every election is in part a reaction to the previous one. Is the government on the right course or the wrong one? What do we most need going forward?
Except for driving faster than the speed limit, probably no law in America is ignored more than the use of marijuana. Pew Research Center, a liberal think tank, reported in a recent study that 49 percent of Americans have tried marijuana and 12 percent have used marijuana in the past year.
Last week, I wrote that the 2017 year-end campaign financial reports suggest that Democrats will gain seats in the Minnesota House this year. This week, let’s take a look at how Minnesota’s candidates for Congress are doing financially. In legislative races, the candidates who have the m…
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., was pressured to resign by Senate Democrats in early January, a series of consequences unfolded that revealed a weakness in the Minnesota Constitution that needs to be addressed.
I went to the movie, “The Post,” last week and highly recommend it. It’s a well-told dramatization of the pressures faced by the Washington Post newspaper to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971.