Viewpoints

Tue
02
Jan

Surviving the Holidays: Celebrating the season with Lillie Suburban employees

Much of what can make the holiday season so great can make it really tough, too. It’s a busy time full of planning, lists, food, family, deadlines for the post office and anticipation of what’s to come.

Tue
02
Jan

Aquatic invasives — the battle continues


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Tue
02
Jan

In Your Court: write Santa, but not the judge


Judge Steve Halsey

During the holiday season, little citizens write to Santa with a list of the presents they would like. Adult citizens sometimes write the judge about a pending case and the result they would like.

Tue
02
Jan

LETTERS: Recognizing people with disabilities and those who support them

To the Editor:

For those who think people with disabilities should be hidden away somewhere, I have news for you: this group is becoming more integrated in society every day, and we have many people to thank.

Tue
02
Jan

Your Legal Rights: Don’t dial “1” to stop bogus calls


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

It can happen like this: "Ted" answers his phone. A pre-recorded voice instructs him to press "1" to stop future calls or "2" to speak with a live person. Ted presses "1" because he wants the calls to stop.

Fri
22
Dec

LETTER: Resident blows whistle on Century Avenue hazard


The railroad intersection with Century Avenue was recently upgraded to help avoid collisions after Oakdale receives railroad quiet zone designation. However, a Maplewood cyclist sees the curb added to this intersection as a hazard for Centry Avenue’s non-motorized users.

To the Editor:

Fri
22
Dec

In Your Court: It’s in Your Court: Don’t be a grinch!


Judge Steve Halsey

Now that we are in the holiday season, that is, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day, it’s probably time to, once again, make some comments on child holiday visitation or “parenting time.” Many children of divorced parents will be happily s

Wed
20
Dec

LETTERS: Why Bauman lost my family’s votes

To the Editor:

New Brighton City Council member Gina Bauman said “I don’t think privilege has a color,” and that she did not grow up privileged or wealthy.

Wed
20
Dec

LETTERS: St. Anthony City Hall is stuck in the ‘50s

To the Editor:

St. Anthony Village — our lovely ramblers aren’t the only things that date to circa 1950. Our leaders’ attitudes are vintage too!  

Wed
20
Dec

LETTERS: A final word against police reports in the paper

To the Editor:

I am so in agreement with Neddy Wuertz in the “Letters” section from the week of Dec. 3.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Viewpoints
Comment Here