Viewpoints

Sun
05
Jun

Nine tax pitfalls and how to avoid them

Your Financial Future

Financial Planners Association of Minnesota

 

Sun
05
Jun

Rediscovering the joy of spontaneity


The resort cabin on idyllic 11th Crow Wing Lake was the perfect place to unwind and enjoy conversations with longtime friends. (Mary Lee Hagert photos/Review)

If you had told me last Thursday afternoon that I would spend the weekend up north, I would have looked at you in disbelief. 

Wed
01
Jun

Groundwater and climate change: South Washington Watershed District prepares for new challenges


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Near the southeast corner of Inwood Ave. and County Rd. 10 in Lake Elmo, construction crews are busy moving dirt and pouring foundations for 130 new detached townhomes.

Wed
01
Jun

Sarah Wakefield Lake and Wakefield Park


Sarah Wakefield

 Peter Boulay

Historic Preservation Commissioner

 

Wed
01
Jun

BBB offers tips to storm damage victims

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Tue
31
May

Letter: Transparency? ‘I’ll eat my hat’

To the Editor:

 

Tue
31
May

Letter: Transparency? ‘I’ll eat my hat’

To the Editor:

 

Sun
29
May

10th Judicial District Self-Help Center

From the Bench

Lawyers provide a number of services such as advising their clients about the merits of claims, offering strategic advice, performing legal research, and preparing legal documents. However, while these services can be invaluable, they also come at a financial cost. Because of this, many people choose to represent themselves in court.

Sun
29
May

DNR Q & A: Harvesting mushrooms

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:

Q. Can I harvest mushrooms in Minnesota state parks and state forests?

 

Sun
01
May

Frivolous lawsuits and awards of attorney’s fees

Judge Steve Halsey
Wright County District Court

Here we go again: a disgruntled sports fan seeking relief. Following Villanova’s buzzer-beater win over North Carolina in the NCAA men’s basketball championship, a UNC fan is asking the NCAA to overturn the result, alleging the game was unfairly officiated. Maybe a lawsuit will follow. This follows on the heels of New England Patriots fans filing a federal lawsuit against the NFL to get back the team’s first round draft pick after “Deflategate.” Meanwhile, parents around the country continue to sue school districts to get their children back on varsity teams.

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