THE NEW FORTY Busted.
Whenever I see a police car nearby while driving I immediately reflect upon whether I am driving beyond reproach (and beyond ticket parameters). Of course, due to my half Catholic/half Jewish lineage ... Posted on 3/21/13 at 9:48 PM
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 2:02 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Talks go on, but no agreements
Minnesota legislative leaders met off and on Friday with Gov. Mark Daytons staff, with no agreement on major issues left before a self-imposed Monday adjournment deadline.
Little changed from Thurs... Posted on 4/28/12 at 3:36 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
This week, you sent me an article from a North Dakota newspaper, the
Jamestown Sun. It detailed the incredible amount of traffic that
passes through your home town of Carrington, North Dak... Posted on 4/21/12 at 5:56 AM
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is warning commuters that a traffic mess awaits them in southwest Connecticut for as long as a week until service is restored to Metro-North following a derailment that injured scores of passengers.
With a section of South Columbia Road in Grand Forks set to close for the summer, Altru Health System employees have been making plans to ensure patients, visitors and staff can navigate detours to its campus.
If bridge traffic was recognized as a growing problem nearly 40 years ago, what will it be like during the proposed Kennedy and Sorlie bridge projects three years from now, especially during harvest and other peak traffic times?
Since last week, eastbound traffic on 32nd Avenue South, ground zero for the city’s mall and big box shopping, has been detoured south to 36th Avenue South and right past Northey’s little store, normally tucked away from the traffic that usually throngs 32nd.
The temporary stoplight, which was approved by a vote of 5-1, will be installed at the intersection of 40th Avenue South and South Washington Street at a cost of about $135,000, according to city staff reports.
Snow and icy roads are making travel hazardous in parts of western North Dakota. The state Transportation Department has issued a travel alert for all of North Dakota, excluding the southwest portion, saying motorists can still travel but should use caution
The Minnesota and North Dakota departments of transportation should get together and fast-track a south-end bridge — not only to ease the flow of farm truck traffic, but also to link the fast residential and business developments in that part of the Grand Cities.
“Toward Zero Deaths” is the name Minnesota public safety officials are calling their campaign to reduce traffic fatalities. The campaign got a boost from $788,156 in grants to reduce traffic death in northwest Minnesota, which recorded 588 deaths over the past decade, officials said Monday.
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