Columns

Tue
20
Feb

Senator John Marty: Protecting your financial identity shouldn’t cost you when others are at fault


Senator John Marty District 66

The Equifax data breach last summer exposed the Social Security numbers of almost half of all Americans.

Mon
19
Feb

Dakota County’s legislative priorities are SMART, efficient


Kathleen A. Gaylord Dakota County Board of Commissioners chair

As chair of the Dakota County Board of Commissioners this year, I would like to highlight some of the county’s priorities for the 2018 Minnesota legislative session.

Mon
19
Feb

The Winter Olympics: Always a wild ride, from the comfort of inside


Mary Lee Hagert

This week I heard a TV announcer comment that the Summer Olympics are far more popular than their winter counterpart.  

Wed
14
Feb

Your Legal Rights: Your Legal Rights: Beware of utility shut-off scams


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

Minnesota is a state with four seasons. When temperatures spike over 90 or dip below zero degrees, it can be crucial to keep the power on. And people count on electricity to fuel technology.

Mon
12
Feb

In Your Court: It’s In Your Court: What is gerrymandering?


Judge Steve Halsey

Within the past few weeks, two courts have declared certain congressional districts as so unfairly drawn by their state legislatures as to be unconstitutional “gerrymandering.” So what is gerrymandering?

Wed
07
Feb

MN Dept. of Commerce: Minnesota consumers warned not to borrow from unlicensed online lenders

Minnesota Department of Commerce

Wed
07
Feb

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - February 2018


submitted photo • Early childhood staff are key to successful events, such as Friday Family Fun Nights, because they interact with the children and model how to practice skills.

We have all heard the research about the importance of the early years of a child’s life, with extensive brain development occurring between birth and age 5.

Tue
06
Feb

BBB • 2018 Tax Tips

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

Tue
06
Feb

New Orleans celebrates 300 years


Pamela O’Meara photos/Review • New Orleans has such a high water table that people are buried in vaults above ground in the St. Louis Cemetery, which is more than 200 years old and may be home to ghosts. The city itself, founded by a Frenchman in 1718, celebrates its 300th anniversary this year.

Pamela O’Meara  

Review staff

 

Wed
31
Jan

MN Dept. of Commerce: Energy assistance can help Minnesotans who struggle to pay heating bills

Minnesota Department of Commerce


The past month’s extreme cold has once again reminded Minnesotans how important it is to keep our homes heated in winter for both safety and comfort.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Columns
Comment Here