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Morris man found guilty of criminal sexual conduct after jury trial
Aid for the poor included in new Minnesota laws beginning July 1
Stormwater pollution is next target in clean water regulations
Paving downtown Morris begins this week
Area Student News: June 27, 2015
Greg Schwartz Memorial Camp
Tigers take advantage of opportunities in 13-win season
JV Tiger baseball finishes season 7-6
Morris/C-A C squad
Carrington leads VFW to victory
Katherine A Claussen
Ralph Des Lauriers
HARLAN VAN HORN
Sue's Views: Making an effort makes it worth it to shop local
Sen. Al Franken: Making rail safety a top priority in Minnesota
John Crabtree: What's value added mean anyway?
Talking it over: Physical activity
Talking it Over: Pictures can speak volumes
Open Houses: June 27, 2015
Adilynn Marrie Care
Ivy Joy Rinkenberger
Kinsley Kay Luthi
Birds, bees and bucks: Intercropped winter oilseeds could benefit environment, profits
Survey says college debt a big problem for young farmers
ARC and PLC enrollment period open through Sept. 30
July 17, 2009
State Supreme Court Chief Justice in Morris on Monday during tour
Minnesota Chief Justice Eric J. Magnuson will visit Morris on Monday as part of his tour of eight courts in Minnesota's Eighth Judicial District. Magnuson...
July 17, 2009 - 6:50pm
July 7, 2009
Down on the Farm -- Summer trips
Sometime during the summer of 1970, Dad and Mom loaded sister and I up in our old car, drove to Fargo, traded for a brand new Ford LTD station...
July 7, 2009 - 5:37pm
January 16, 2009
Court leaders warn: 'Rule of law at stake'
By Don Davis St. Paul Capitol Bureau ST.
January 16, 2009 - 12:00am
June 18, 2008
Down on the Farm -- Tied up in cords
After spending a morning packing for a trip, I have discovered the biggest annoyance of modern life: Cords! All of our precious gadgets require cords. Some require two! For this trip, I had to pack a cord for my laptop, another for my iPod, two for my camera, some earphones, and...
June 18, 2008 - 12:00am
June 11, 2008
Down on the Farm
As a kid, lying was easy to understand. It was wrong. If you stole the lollipop, you stole the lollipop. If you got caught, you fessed up. Lying about the deed was as bad as the deed itself. In fact, in the childish world of right and wrong, stealing a lollipop was no big deal if...
June 11, 2008 - 12:00am
April 2, 2008
30th Jazz Fest features Stripling, Marienthal
The Jazz Ensembles at the University of Minnesota, Morris will host the 30th annual Jazz Fest April 3-5. Several hundred area high school jazz musicians will join UMM and alumni jazzers, along with two guest artists, during the three-day event. Daytime instructional clinics will...
April 2, 2008 - 12:00am
Down on the Farm -- Opening Day a Go Go
Opening Day! The first day of baseball season turns the crustiest, crankiest baseball fan into a kid on Christmas Eve. It is a day full of dreams, wonder and hope. Will this be the year that goodness and truth will win out over evil? In other words, will the Twins beat the Yankees...
April 2, 2008 - 12:00am
March 26, 2008
Down on the Farm -- The unwritten pact
Sometimes you can't win. Just when the Democrats finally find a candidate who's seen the inside of a church, people decide they don't like the church. Oh my goodness, how adamant people are that Barack Obama condemn, denounce, renounce, disown, disbar and reject his somewhat over-the-top...
March 26, 2008 - 12:00am
March 19, 2008
Down on the Farm -- Freedom is in the air puffs
Passing through the Orwellian world of airport security just got more surreal. Last weekend, in addition to the familiar humiliation of taking off my boots and belt, I had to pass through something called a "General Electric Entry Scanner." The General Electric Entry Scanner, plastered...
March 19, 2008 - 12:00am