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Vacation without an agenda can open unexpected doors to fun


Devils Tower, a geological oddity, can be seen from miles away. The unearthly-looking monolith rises 1,267 feet above the Belle Fouche River valley and was the country’s first national monument. Mary Lee Hagert photo

Black Hills: river gorges, wildlife & archeological digs

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Your Legal Rights: Internet and television service bait and switch


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

Most people want the best rate they can get for internet or cable television or satellite television service. Some providers offer aggressive promotions that claim to save you money.

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Interested in becoming a conservation officer?

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.  I’m interested in becoming a conservation officer. What steps should I take to pursue this career?

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: From the July 23, 1969, edition of the "Ramsey County Review"

From the Archives includes a full or partial reprint of a historical article from the Lillie Suburban Newspapers archives. These archives include newspapers dating back as far as 1887 when North St.
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All that glitters and is gold, does not belong in our lakes


Goldfish, water hyacinth, yellow iris and bullfrogs are just a few of the species that are often dumped into Minnesota waterways. Unfortunately, these non-native aquatic plants and animals disrupt the natural food web. submitted photo

Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Jumpy #1 was my reward for good behavior and a steady string of perfect worksheets. My first grade teacher, Mrs. Hatfield, kept a sticker chart at the front of the room.

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It’s In Your Court: DWI and prescribed medications


Judge Steve Halsey, Wright County District Court

You may have seen in the news that golfer Tiger Woods was charged with DWI in Florida. He explained that he was not under the influence of alcohol (which tests confirmed), but had unforeseen side effects from prescribed medications.

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LETTER: Addressing police reform in Falcon Heights

To the Editor:

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19
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LETTER: Who does Roseville welcome and include?

To the Editor:

Tue
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Your Legal Rights: Three-Day Cooling-Off law for contracts


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

Consumers enter into contracts for a variety of products and services.  Some consumers mistakenly believe they have a legal right to cancel any contract within a three-day “cooling-off” period.  However, most contracts do not provide for a “coolin

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LETTER: In opposition to GOP health care

To the Editor:

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