Voting by some city council members in regard to a study of construction costs associated with establishing silent railroad crossings builds a solid case for approaching constituents before assuming the shrill, blaring whistle that reverberates day and night, week after week is a back-burner issue. ...
The taxpayers no longer have a say in our school district. They have been short of funds for several years and now they are spending like the federal government. They have approved the expenditure of $3.
Nolan's bill flops
A recent letter commented on Rep. Nolan co-sponsoring a bill to basically
create a single payer health insurance program to cover all Americans, HR676.
This bill did not go anywhere.
I was in a discussion the other day and we
talked about the subject of campaign reform. One has to ask, “how can we
have a honest government someday when the legislators we have, make the
rules and they are heavily slanted towards keeping themselves in
When I was young boy I remember...
Travesty of justice
Deb Rowell, the owner of the now infamous puppy mill in Pine River, pleaded guilty at an apparently "impromptu" hearing Friday, Oct. 11, for failing to provide adequate shelter for her 133 dogs.
This letter is to inform the voters of townships within Crow Wing County and townships within other counties that the public library has available copies of the Minnesota Association of Townships Manual.
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What is a "living wage" for a family of four in the Brainerd Lakes Area?