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Sun Tribune Editorial
Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor
Bits and Pieces: What was life like 100 years ago?
Farmers to head to harvest
Features from the Farm: Fly control for grazing and organic dairies
U.S. House Agriculture Committee chairman visits Minnesota
NRCS funding available to develop monarch butterfly habitats
July rains provide moisture boost for area crops
January 15, 2017
Sun Tribune Editorial
Kudos to Morris City Officials for having a discussion on the possibility of the state leasing the privately owned prison in Appleton. The discussion touched on several good points on a possible state use of the prison. It's also a discussion that needs to continue to happen in the...
January 15, 2017 - 1:05pm
December 31, 2016
Editorial: Tourism has its challenges for Morris
Good luck to the Morris Tourism Board as it starts a three-month tourism marketing campaign with DAYTA of Waite Park. Morris and Stevens County have much to offer visitors but there are many challenges to attracting those tourists. The brand slogan for the tourism campaign is “It...
December 31, 2016 - 10:33am
December 29, 2016
Hancock Record Editor's Column
Who is this new person on the Hancock Record opinion page? My name is Rae Yost and while I may be unfamiliar to readers of the Hancock Record...
December 29, 2016 - 10:15am
November 22, 2016
Talking it over: Giving thanks
This week we will be observing a very special holiday, one that sometimes gets lost in the start of the Christmas season. Thanksgiving is too...
November 22, 2016 - 12:31pm
October 9, 2016
I took a bike ride around town during one recent beautiful Saturday. Lots of folks were outdoors to catch up on yard and garden work or do some...
October 9, 2016 - 6:37am
August 13, 2016
Chip Hutcheson: We count on the mail, but the Postal Service is in trouble
I got the mail today. A couple of bills. A greeting card. Some catalogs. A newspaper. One package that my wife grabbed right away. (Wonder what that was?) Lately, it occurs to me how completely I take for granted that I will get the mail tomorrow.
August 13, 2016 - 8:38am
July 30, 2016
Noah Hultgren: Farmers are taking leadership role on water quality issue
As farmers, we're always working to improve how we grow food, feed, fiber and fuel for an increasing world population. And when it comes to the important issue of water quality and managing pollutants, farmers are already playing an important leadership role.
July 30, 2016 - 5:22am
Amy Klobuchar: Making sure our veterans get the care they deserve
When we ask our service members to put their lives on the line in defense of our nation, we make a commitment to give them the support they need when they come home. But too often, we fall short of that commitment, especially when it comes to healthcare.
July 30, 2016 - 5:21am
July 23, 2016
Steve Lang: Traversing inner space with sale-ing adventures
"I am the world's worst salesman. Therefore, I must make it easy for people to buy." — F. W. Woolworth "Art is making something out of nothing and selling it." — Frank Zappa No item truly sells itself any more than a story writes itself, but sometimes circumstances occur...
July 23, 2016 - 5:06am
July 2, 2016
Grant Herfindahl and Colleen Landkamer: Opening new markets for American agriculture
If you're looking for a growth industry, check out Minnesota's food and agricultural exports: The number of jobs supported by agricultural exports has been trending upward since the 1990s. More than one million American jobs are supported by agricultural exports, including 55,300...
July 2, 2016 - 5:01am
April 30, 2016
Emily Piper: Prevention key to stopping abuse, neglect
Far too often, children die or are seriously injured at the hands of those who are meant to love and care for them. And our first question is always, "Why?" Why did this happen? Why would someone hurt a child? Why didn't someone do something to help?
April 30, 2016 - 5:40am
April 23, 2016
Mark Dayton: Accept responsibility of stewardship during Water Action Week
My father, Bruce Dayton, taught me that good stewardship is one of our most important responsibilities: to take what we have been given, or have acquired, and leave it in better condition for those who will inherit it from us. As Minnesotans, who have inherited this incredible state,...
April 23, 2016 - 5:32am
April 9, 2016
Will Phillips: It's time for a new list
Contrary to popular belief, life doesn't end when you turn 50. Our bodies don't power down like a cell phone with a low battery. Our mind doesn't begin to mothball pertinent knowledge. The work and accomplishments we have achieved do not cease to exist. Instead, once we reach 50...
April 9, 2016 - 5:28am
Laura Finley: Politicians and Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April 9, 2016 - 5:27am
March 19, 2016
Mary Treacy: Young people and the right to information
The right to know is the birthright of every child born in this democracy. The challenge is to recognize and nurture that right, to inculcate the attitudes and skills that make it a reality. The welfare of the child and of the nation depends on the exercise of this fundamental right....
March 19, 2016 - 5:08am