STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: Schools benefit from more higher state revenue
By Don Davis
Minnesota schools will get $463 million more because state revenues are that much higher than expected.
A Wednesday report from Minnesota Management and Budget showed personal income tax ... Posted on 7/11/13 at 9:01 AM
HEALTH OUT LOUD Ho-Ho-Tini
Having a ho-ho-tini or two for the holidays? Then have a plan for a sober ride. Extra DWI patrols are on the roads in December.
Click on the image to play the NEW Holiday DWI enforcement video.
The ... Posted on 12/18/12 at 1:35 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC 37th anniversary of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
The freighter Edmund Fitzgerald is guided by the tug Vermont under the Blatnik Bridge and through the opening in the Interstate Bridge, circa 1960. (News-Tribune file photo)
Today - Nov. 10... Posted on 11/10/12 at 1:38 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE My Unwanted Follower
Sometimes, when were young and nubile and wearing tight pants, guys follow a little close.
And while my pants may fit a little tighter than what I like now and then, Im no longer young and nubile, so... Posted on 9/6/12 at 1:02 PM
Some of the calls handled last week by the Two Harbors Police Department Feb. 13-19. If you have a non-emergency item to report to the police, call 834-5566. Let the News-Chronicle know about news in the area by calling 834-2141.
Some of the calls handled last week by the Two Harbors Police Department August 22-28. If you have a non-emergency item to report to the police, call 834-5566. Let the News-Chronicle know about news in the area by calling 834-2141.
If you have an item to report to the sheriff’s office, cal834-8385. Let us know about news in the area by calling 834-2141. Activity through the Lake County Sheriff’s Office July 25-31. Routine items like house checks or ambulance assists have been omitted for space reasons.
(Photo by Monica Isley) A chain around the base of the traffic light post assures it will remain upright while city crews work to replace a leaking fire hydrant at 7th Avenue and 7th Street. The work, which began on Monday, continues today.
(Photo by Monica Isley) City workers remove the structure that keeps the walls from caving in as they dig into the intersection of 7th Avenue and 7th Street. Dale Wick said a fire hydrant was leaking far below the surface, and would need to be replaced. Getting to the root of the problem involved severing the storm sewer pipe, and chaining the base of the traffic light to keep it upright. Traffic lanes have been blocked and remarked temporarily. The work is expected to continue Tuesday and Wednesday at least.
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