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Make it clear: Dayton administration wants state law 'spring cleaning'
Former pro wrestler found guilty on sex charges
County works on long term plans for highway, personnel
Minnesota medical marijuana passes first committee test
Zumhofe takes stand in own defense, denies everything
Ostby, Smith wrestle at state
Cougars swept by Scots
Cougar PR's ruled at Ole Open
Cold snap costs Cougars
Cougars claw their way to UMAC Championship
Linda Schmidgall Yackley
Corrine Mae Schmidgall
Paul A. Stark
Talking it over: Tax season
Gov. Mark Dayton and Gov. Terry Branstad: Don’t mess with the RFS
Down on the Farm: Balboa Park
Letter: Fighting for freedom in Ukraine
Letter: Changes from Obamacare are for the better
Jaina Beth Felton
Bailee McCall Mohs
Landon Joel Hoiland
Area Student Accomplishments 030114
Open Houses 030114
Farm Bill: Initial assessment on commodity programs
January 28, 2009
Fargo's Abbi Noah reunites with her reality TV romeo
Abbi Noah's run on the VH1 reality show "Real Chance of Love" has officially ended.
January 28, 2009 - 12:00am
November 26, 2008
Down on the Farm -- Can't figure out the risk-takers
Driving up a mountain road near Tucson last week, I ran across a group of people I have never understood: Those who take unnecessary and stupid physical risks. First, it was the bicyclists, dozens of them, climbing the narrow hairpin road, utterly confident that the cars would slow...
November 26, 2008 - 12:00am
June 4, 2008
Down on the Farm -- People who ...
Often people will ask me, "Why don't you write a column about people who..." You can fill in the blank with any number of annoyances committed by People Who. Last week, somebody brought up People Who steal plants from cemeteries. What kind of person could drive out to a graveyard,...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am
May 28, 2008
Down on the Farm -- The art of the nap
As a life-long napper, I have become a connoisseur of naps. Naps come in different shapes, sizes and depths. All nap types have their place, but some naps are more rewarding than others. I learned the art of napping from my grandfather, a napping virtuoso. Just to give you an idea:...
May 28, 2008 - 12:00am
May 7, 2008
Down on the Farm -- Door prizes make the world go 'round
What keeps organizations going year after year after year, long after their original purpose has disappeared, long after the flame has died out, long after anybody stopped caring? What makes people drive dozens of miles to attend boring annual meetings where nothing is decided and...
May 7, 2008 - 12:00am
March 29, 2008
American Life in Poetry: Hospital
By Ted Kooser The American poet Elizabeth Bishop often wrote of how places--both familiar and foreign--looked, how they seemed. Here Marianne Boruch of Indiana begins her poem in this way, too, in a space familiar to us all but made new--made strange--by close observation. Hospital It...
March 29, 2008 - 12:00am
December 26, 2007
Farming-related respiratory illnesses a concern
The patient's medical history indicated that she worked on a farm, but it still took months for doctors to put two and two together and realize her breathing problems were work-related. It's a scenario that Dr.
December 26, 2007 - 12:00am
December 12, 2007
Down on the Farm -- Getting the best of Dr. Doom
My dentist, Dr. Doom, lost a round last week. My check-up went perfectly. The x-rays showed nothing. My gums aren't receding. My lone remaining wisdom tooth is behaving. One tooth needs a crown, but then Dr. Doom always says that. I ignore him. I figure I'll get it crowned when it...
December 12, 2007 - 12:00am