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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.
Earlier this month, Sun Thisweek and the Dakota County Tribune posted an item on Facebook asking what folks from Dakota County would be volunteering during the Super Bowl. The newspaper received several responses and sent a questionnaire to the initial blast of respondents. The newspaper has…
I have been walking around Jensen Lake at Lebanon Hills Regional Park with my dog for years and need to speak up about the lack of dog owners following the park dog rules. The rules are simple but about one-quarter of the owners don’t get them or don’t think they pertain to them.
Rosemount’s government always has a long list of tasks to address at the start of the year. For 2018, we also have a major task to complete.
Federal tax reform has been center stage at Washington, D.C. The sweeping changes just passed will provide an important opportunity for Minnesota policymakers to make our tax system more competitive.
Our students are applying real-world skills and hands-on learning to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) projects across the district. I’m amazed, impressed and proud of our students and what they’re achieving.
This is the final installment in an editorial series called The Changing Face of Minnesota. This year, the ECM Publishers Editorial Board examined demographic changes and disparities in Minnesota that center around race, wealth, age, region and employment.