Columns

Sun
22
May

Fishing opportunities abound in metro


There’s no need to head north to land a lunker. There are plenty of quality fishing spots for families to enjoy right in the metro area. (submitted photo/Minnesota DNR)

 While heading north for a  big fishing trip may be a Minnesota tradition, people living in the Twin Cities need not worry about missing out on quality angling if circumstances keep them at home.

Sun
22
May

Letter: Resident thanks Rep. Schoen

To the Editor:

 

I visited the State Capitol in St. Paul on May 3 to talk with our elected officials about tobacco companies’ efforts to make young people their next customers.

Sun
22
May

Letter: Longing for a ‘clean, clear view’

To the Editor:

 

More and more senior living facilities are being built throughout Dakota County that have second and third floors.  Most are being occupied as soon as they open.

Sun
22
May

The right time — and the right way — to refinance a mortgage

Your Financial Future

Financial Planners Association
of Minnesota

 

Sun
22
May

Protect your personal information from marketers

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

Seniors citizens often receive mail that asks for their personal information in exchange for details about life insurance, funeral expense benefits or supplemental Medicare benefits.  Once seniors provide their information, they are sometimes flooded with mailed solicitations or hounded by sales calls

Wed
18
May

Letter: Bauman’s censure was unfair

To the Editor:

 

Wed
18
May

Letter: ‘A basic understanding of Civics’

To the Editor:

 

I attended a community meeting in New Brighton where our City Council, Mayor, and other city leaders spoke and answered questions from residents.

Wed
18
May

The Arbolado School bell


The one-room District 33 schoolhouse was located at the corner of Highway 61 and County Road C. The building was demolished in 1992. (courtesy of Maplewood Area Historical Society)

Brenda Rudberg
Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commissioner

 

Sun
15
May

Graduation day: Remembering the journey


Mary Lee Hagert’s son Christopher stopped by his Grandma Jean’s house one last time as a college undergrad. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)

The evening it was announced Gov. Bill Clinton had defeated President George H.W. Bush will forever be one of the biggest nights of my life, but not for reasons related to the election. 

Sun
15
May

BBB Advice on door-to-door solicitors

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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