Viewpoints

Mon
24
Apr

Rush Line will keep us mobile, connected


photo courtesy of the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and Policy Advisory Committee The Rush Line Corridor Policy Advisory Committee approved a draft of a route for the bus rapid transit line. The downtown St. Paul part of the route will run from Phalen Village to the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul via Phalen Boulevard, Pennsylvania Avenue, Jackson Street and Robert Street. It will then follow the Bruce Vento bike trail in the Ramsey County Railroad Authority right-of-way. North of Interstate 694 the route will run along Highway 61 in its own dedicated lane.

It’s important for us to stay mobile and connected, which is why we’re excited about the new transit line taking shape in the Rush Line Corridor.

Mon
24
Apr

Met. Council member concerned about possible transit cuts

Transportation proposals being considered by the Minnesota Legislature are going to have serious impacts on your daily commute to work.

Mon
24
Apr

‘The Case for Christ’: faith, reason, and the power of the resurrection


Chris Sikorowski Reel Spirituality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thu
20
Apr

Think twice before making a gift out of an Easter bunny

To the Editor:

 

 

Thu
20
Apr

Arden Hills 'egg' hunt? What’s next?

To the Editor:

 

 

 

 

The April 2 Bulletin Board announced an April 15 Arden Hills “egg” hunt. And, an added attraction was ... “come join the Spring Bunny for a hopping good time.” 

Thu
20
Apr

Roseville’s feeding ban, deer cull were a good start, but ...

To the Editor:

 

Roseville recently adopted a ban on deer feeding and authorized a cull of the very large herd of deer within the city by professional sharpshooters.

Thu
20
Apr

Prosecute those who violently disrupted the rally for President Trump

To the Editor:

 

Wed
19
Apr

DNR Q & A: Good streams for trout

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. What makes certain streams good for trout?​

Wed
19
Apr

Rethinking the traditional lawn


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

When my dad moved to Palm Springs in 1987, the residential landscape there was eerily Midwestern. There were rows of tidy lawns in front of every house, petunias in the gardens and pots of pansies on front porches.

Wed
19
Apr

Renewable Energy Drive sets ambitious goal


State Sen. Chuck Wiger District 43

“The environment is where we all meet, where all have a mutual interest. It is the one thing all of us share,”

 — Lady Bird Johnson

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