On Sunday, May 1, the Legacy Chorale made the Tornstrom Auditorium roof move during their pop concert.
There was a large enthusiastic audience. The May Day snow didn’t dampen the “Sing, Swing, Spring Music.” It was foot-tapping, hand-clapping and knee-moving music!
The winter weary Minnesota c...
Today, it seems like everything costs money. Trying to stretch each dollar as far as it would go can break all of us. I’m a mom and we’re on shoestring budget.
I’m voting yes on May 24. I will do whatever it takes to pay my part for this. You?
Taylor Stevenson’s guest column (Dispatch May 1, 2011) “Should the majority always rule?” was an excellent article. He argued eloquently for the right of the minority — whether it be for the minority rights of Minnesotans who own guns (41 percent), or the minority of Minnesotans who are gay ...
Like many of you my age, I feel fortunate to receive Medicare that I have been qualified for and have received benefits from several times over the years since I turned 65 over 12 years ago. Without Medicare I would not be alive today. I am sure there are many of you in the same situation. Th...
Following are prices, per gallon, from March of 2011, prices are in U.S. dollars.
Hong Kong $6.25.
Mexico City $2.22.
Buenos Aires Argentina $2.09.
Riyadh Saudi Arabia $ .09.
Kuwait $ .08.
Caracus Venezuela $ .012.
The last five cities are in countrie...
A recent letter featured an imaginative baseball story to try and highlight the author’s premise that the skewed distribution of wealth and opportunity is accelerating, without offering any workable solution to changing the situation. After so many years of “Great Society” programs, the result...