He darn near spoiled my pizza…
Give him a participation trophy. Buy him a Happy Meal. Turn on his night light and tuck him in with his binky.
It was an extraordinary bit of befuddlement.
The test came back negative. I could roast my turkey.
Flip on the blinker and hit the brakes. That corner we’ve been hearing about for the last couple of months seems to be coming up.
It was an interesting evening.
There’s no way we’re gonna avoid it.
The possibility of COVID-19 virus reinfections has become a documented reality.
Father James Altman, pastor of St. James Catholic Church, La Crosse, wrongly asserts, “You cannot be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period.” He adds that Catholic Democrats must repent or “face the fires of hell.”
Question: I know that there was recently a law passed restricting cell phone use while driving and it was about time. I commute approximately 100 miles per day and have been noticing the number of drivers with a dog on their lap is getting out of control. I have recently been in 3 close call…
Houston Relay for Life a success
A sad day in Apple Park
Central to Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation’s current strategic plan is a strengthened commitment to look ahead at the future of rural Minnesota.
Especially in times of crisis, we deserve transparent leadership that puts the interests of southern Minnesotans first.
Several days ago, I decided I had had enough and sat down at my keyboard and proceeded to rant.
I don’t know all of the details, but I understand that coach Ryan Niemeier and the entire girls basketball staff has resigned. I will comment on what I have observed as a casual fan of the team.
Three of the most dreaded words in the English language are "you've got cancer." Our congressional representative, Jim Hagedorn, apparently heard those awful words a year ago.
We all have an opportunity to double our contributions to the La Crescent Area Event Center if we act soon.
While it often seems that non-profits and civic groups catch the brunt of church-state litigation, the latest casualty is a bit surprising — the American Legion.
While it’s not a regular occurrence in southeast Minnesota, there are times when livestock expansion plans become so out of character for a farming community, and begin to threaten the air, water and livelihoods of neighboring farmers that farmers and local neighbors feel the need to stand u…
When it comes to broadband funding, Minnesota elected leaders deserve credit for recognizing that access to opportunity is not universal — even if talent in our state is.
If you could talk to the president about anything, what would it be? I recently had the president’s ear while he was visiting Minnesota and used the opportunity to advocate for southern Minnesota’s farmers. After all, it’s what I promised to do.
The La Crescent City Council meeting on Monday was standing room only with city residents noticeably dissatisfied with substantial increases in property values and annual tax obligations.
Another school referendum, the third in recent years. A referendum to build a new elementary school and remodel parts of the middle/high school for $25 million was defeated by a vote of 3 to 1 a number of years ago.
The current bond on the school will be paid off February 2020.