Opinion
It seems hard to believe, but in Independent School District 15, there was less than six months between school closings last spring and this fall. School was closed April 16 due to snow and then again on November 9 for the same reason. The recent weather events left no doubt that we are indeed in th...Read More
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Not long ago we had the opportunity to have breakfast with Oak Grove Mayor Mark Korin. Mark also owns and manages a manufacturing plant in Ramsey. It was refreshing to listen to an elected official who uses good common sense. Mark eliminated the city manager’s job and a few other jobs, saving the ...Read More
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The Project For Student Debt released data on Nov. 13 that the average amount of debt for a Minnesota state college student was $30,894 last year. The unfortunate thing is that about half of the 20-something college graduates are either unemployed or underemployed. An underemployed person is one who...Read More
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Have you seen pictures of the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and wondered what is going on down there? It may seem chaotic to a visitor with people taking calls at phones, brokers gathered at trading posts, pages pushing through the crowd and electronic equipment everywhere. While it may seem ...Read More
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Last week this column focused on the deadly Spanish Flu that spread across the globe like wildfire, killing millions in 1918. The medical community was helpless, and scientists searched for some clue to fighting this mysterious disease. While thousands of soldiers sickened in Europe, doctors at home...Read More
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