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Progressive think tank defends "higher" taxes, spending
As lawmakers and Gov. Mark Dayton decide over the next month how much money Minnesota should spend in the next two years, there’s an ongoing argument about how much the state has spent in the last 10.
Winter-like weather leaves area teams in a jam
Schedules will get busy once weather warms up
House DFL rallies support for budget items
St. Paul Rep. Tim Mahoney, the principal architect of the House jobs and economic development funding bill, said the House is proposing a 34 percent increase in programs aimed at boosting assistance to job-creating businesses, training workers for high-demand jobs and other initiatives.
Nicollet County to buy St. Peter movie theater
Lot to probably be used for parking.
St. Peter Schools get high marks from accreditation team
The team observed in 34 classrooms districtwide and interviewed dozens of teachers, students, parents, school leaders, School Board members and caregivers.
Director of Arts Center in St. Peter gets position at the Walker
David Goldstein will become Walker’s associate director of visitor services.
Governor's bonding proposal includes Treatment Center fixes
Dayton is request ing $51.1 million in renovations to the Regional Treatment Center in St. Peter.
Benefit for family of missing woman planned for May
The St. Peter fundraiser will by Friday, May 3, at the St. Peter Redman's club.
Farmers need to meet new fuel storage rules
Federal rules go into effect soon.
MSU trounces Moorhead in NSIC doubleheader
Mavericks allow one run in two games
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