Two weeks ago, I traveled with my father to Springfield, Ill., to see where Abraham Lincoln and his family lived before they moved to the White House after the 1860 presidential election.
I probably got your attention with that headline.
It’s hard for me to fathom that social media was not a common word when I graduated from college almost 10 years ago.
May showers bring June flowers.
It is fascinating how people approach vacations differently.
When I was interviewing Mounds View resident Ken Glidden for an article about the possibility of MnPASS lanes being constructed along I-35W north of downtown Minneapolis to Lexington Avenue in Blaine, one good point he raised was that the government needs to figure out a better long-term funding solution for fixing roads.
I have been very disappointed by the decisions made by collegiate athletics that have been driven by money.
The Minnesota Vikings stadium was back in the news last week after Gov. Mark Dayton sent a letter to Mark and Zygi Wilf to state his displeasure over two issues.