CUTE N' COMFY Too much time, so many movies
I had the day off work, so what did I do? Go to Hollywood of course! With three great flicks, a couple cuties and a day full of wardrobe changes, it was quite the adventure!
But seriously, I just d... Posted on 3/27/13 at 8:24 PM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY Perspectives on the proposed NHL realignment
When the first full NHL season under the new collective bargaining agreement begins in the fall, the league could look completely different.
The NHL has proposed a realignment plan that would change ... Posted on 3/1/13 at 8:31 PM
Gov. Mark Dayton’s budget proposal would add more than $3.1 billion in new tax revenue over the next two years. Higher income taxes on the richest Minnesotans would bring in about $1.1 billion, but the rest has to come from somewhere. Businesses are worried they, and their customers, would take the hit.
Business tax changes have grabbed much of the attention after Gov. Mark Dayton’s budget proposal was released Tuesday, but a property tax rebate and new taxes likely would have an impact on Minnesotans, too.
Bismarck officials have slated a meeting to talk about the city's curbside recycling proposal.
, January 26, 2013
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