Columns

Mon
11
Feb

New Met Council chair: Big challenges ahead

Gov. Tim Walz was clear when he asked me to be the chair of the Metropolitan Council he wanted a mayor for the job. A mayor has a good perspective on the work of the council.

Tue
05
Feb

Data Privacy Day was Jan. 28

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Tue
05
Feb

‘Normal Aging or Dementia?’ program at Roseville Library

Among the greatest fears of many older people is developing Alzheimer’s or a similar dementia disease.

Wed
30
Jan

Insurance tips to survive the Minnesota winter

Minnesota Department of Commerce

 

Every winter, deep-freeze temperatures, snowstorms and ice cause plenty of headaches, and worse, for Minnesotans.

Wed
30
Jan

Unpaid federal workers urged to be careful if seeking short-term loans

Minnesota Department of Commerce

 

Wed
23
Jan

Power plays, and poise, in the Maplewood council chambers


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

There was no hockey in Maplewood City Hall, no brawls, no threats, hurt feelings or missing teeth.

Tue
22
Jan

Judicial remedies

Going to court to sue someone is not the same as going to see a doctor. That seems like a pretty obvious statement, right? Few would disagree and yet quite a few people who come to court don’t always understand the difference.

Wed
16
Jan

Just a taste of school shooting fear was too much for me


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

North High School was put on lockdown Jan. 10, following a tip, and then a cyber threat about students with handguns — see the story on page 6.

Wed
16
Jan

BBB tip: door-to-door salespeople

Better Business Bureau

 

Door-to-door salespeople offer paving services, magazine subscriptions, security alarms, or other products and services.

Mon
14
Jan

Use de-icing salt sparingly to protect Minnesota waters

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

  

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