Columns

Wed
11
Jan

Keeping hope alive in 2017

State Sen. Chuck Wiger
District 43

“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering ‘it will be happier’...”  ― Alfred Tennyson

 

Tue
10
Jan

Letter: Didn’t vote for Trump? ‘Judge not’

To the Editor:

 

A recent letter told those who voted for Mr. Trump to repent.

Sun
08
Jan

The Emergency Fund: Why, How Much, How to Build One and Where to Keep the Money

Your Financial Future

Financial Planners Association of Minnesota

 

Sun
25
Dec

Smart salting - save money, do good


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Q: How much salt should I use to melt ice on my driveway or sidewalk? 

Wed
21
Dec

Your Legal Rights: ATM and Gas Pump Skimmers

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

ICriminals are constantly using new types of technology in order to steal consumers’ credit and debit card information. It is important that consumers are aware of these methods so that they can better protect their money and credit. Recently, criminals are attaching credit or debit card readers, known as “skimmers,” to ATMs and gas pumps. 

Wed
21
Dec

St. Paul Ski Club - Carver Lake ski jump


The ski jump you see today is the second largest slide constructed on the property. The first was built in 1949 using utility poles donated by Northern States Power.

Brenda Rudberg

Maplewood Heritage Preservation commissioner

 

Tue
20
Dec

Letter: ‘An excellent way to repent’

To the Editor: 

 

Sun
18
Dec

A man of spiritual words & local actions


After many years of community service, Crist and Noma Langelett of North St. Paul describe themselves as “finally retiring” from some of their many volunteer duties.

Crist Langelett cutting back after many years of extraordinary volunteerism

Crist Langelett is a community icon in North St. Paul, though his influence has touched lives all over the east metro. 

Sun
18
Dec

Letter: Sieben thanks SSP residents for support over the years

To the editor:

 

Sun
18
Dec

Letter: Thank you, Commissioner Schouweiler

To the editor:

 

Before I take office on the Dakota County Board in January, I want to express appreciation to retiring County Commissioner Nancy Schouweiler for her 18 years of service to our area. 

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