EH? PLUS 'Buttcrack' billboard concerns Duluth couple
A Duluth couple wrote an e-mail to Mayor Don Ness and the City Council on Wednesday, urging them to create an ordinance that would ban indecent billboards like the one along Arrowhead Road between S... Posted on 6/14/13 at 12:01 AM
THE WEST WING Weekly Memo 5-17-13
Each Weekly Memo to the City Council and the agenda packet is also provided on the City Council web page.
There are two labor agreements on next weeks Council agenda. Tha... Posted on 5/20/13 at 2:08 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Bullitt... Posted on 5/10/13 at 10:39 AM
GREATER GRAND FORKS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS Meet Kylie Oversen!
I moved to Grand Forks to attend UND and have been here for six years now. I love the University and the Greater Grand Forks community. Coming from a town of less than 1000, I love that its a bigger c... Posted on 4/19/13 at 2:43 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Senator Heitkamp on News @5
Senator Heidi Heitkamp joins us this evening on WDAZ News @5.... Posted on 2/21/13 at 12:24 PM
Rep. Mike Benson told the New Ulm Journal that he would seek his party's nomination in the 1st Congressional District. Rep. Tim Walz has represented the southern Minnesota after toppling an incumbent to get to Washington in 2006.
The House overwhelmingly passed a sweeping, $638 billion defense bill on Friday that imposes new punishments on members of the armed services found guilty of rape or sexual assault as outrage over the crisis in the military has galvanized Congress.
Donna Cassata and Richard Lardner
, June 14, 2013
A ruling by the Supreme Court that human genes can't be patented is expected to increase access and drop the cost for tests for gene mutations that greatly raise the risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.
The director of the National Security Agency said Wednesday that once-secret surveillance programs disrupted dozens of terrorist attacks, explicitly describing for Congress how the programs worked in collecting Americans' phone records and tapping into their Internet activity.
Connie Cass and Kimberly Dozier
, June 12, 2013
When the U.S. Senate began a hearing Tuesday on whether Minnesota U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones should head the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, senators critical of his nomination went after him.
President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the agency charged with enforcing national gun laws said Tuesday the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was "in distress" when he it took over on an interim basis in 2011.
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