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Man gets 12 years on sex, robbery charges
Man accused of violating no-contact order 3 times
Man sentenced after being caught with meth
Cities that border Dakotas want continued state support
Big expectations for Laker softball
Chippewa Triathlon accepting registrants
Track teams fifth and sixth at Bemidji
Jernberg, Smith headed to USAG Regionals
DL wrestlers qualify for NYWA state tournament
Pushing the boundaries of her time
Turning back the pages
Grilled lamb chops provide quick, flavorful meal
Earnings limits apply to widow’s benefits
Friends & Neighbors
MN legislature talks Sunday liquor sales
Gas prices take big dip in Minnesota
Microsoft Dynamics Lunch ‘n Learn set
The Lodge receives Chairman’s Award
Good named partner at Pemberton Law
Crisis Center to hold annual banquet
MSUM hosting trio of authors at on-campus events April 13
Watch out for April Fool’s Day at library
Egg decorating class Tuesday at NYM center
Long Lake Theater season starts June 10
Question was a deal-breaker
Help for problem gamblers
Letter: Big Tobacco continues to target kids with cigars, smokeless tobacco
State taxes hit rich and poor alike
Guest editorial: Health bills make sense
Six of top 10 most popular state parks located in northern Minnesota
Signs of spring are all around: From migration to sugaring
Last week to ice fish
Comments sought on proposed deer goals
Governor’s budget would help maintain vitality of Minnesota state parks
Murder mystery at the Holmes
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
High court gives Minnesota Republicans pair of amendment wins
Minnesotans' Nov. 6 ballots will show two proposed constitutional amendments with the titles the Republican-controlled Legislature wanted. Four of six Minnesota Supreme Court justices ruled Monday that Secretary of State Mark Ritchie exceeded his authority in rewriting titles of...
August 28, 2012 - 8:53am
November 5, 2008
Outdoors, arts amendment backers declare victory
ST. PAUL - Supporters of a proposal to raise taxes to fund outdoors and arts programs celebrated victory early this morning. With most voted counted, 55.7 percent of Minnesota's voters had supported a constitutional amendment to raise the state sales tax 0.375 percent to fund outdoors...
news / outdoors
November 5, 2008 - 12:00am
October 20, 2008
Outdoors and arts ballot measure's merits debated
DULUTH -- Voters who support a Nov. 4 ballot measure either will be mucking up the Minnesota Constitution or pledging to pay for cleaner water...
news / outdoors
October 20, 2008 - 12:00am
October 6, 2008
Constitutional amendment would raise money for outdoors, arts programs
ST. PAUL -- Most Minnesotans agree the state's water needs to be cleaned up. They support parks, trails and the wide variety of arts programs found around the state. On Nov. 4, Minnesota voters decide whether to put their money where their mouth is by raising sales tax 0.375 percent...
October 6, 2008 - 12:00am
September 16, 2008
Vote Yes Minnesota opponents speaking out
ST. PAUL - The Vote Yes Minnesota for an $11 Billion sales tax increase campaign recently released their fundraising numbers through the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. The Vote Yes campaign raised $2,386,228.04 while having spent $546,746.69 on the tax...
September 16, 2008 - 12:00am
August 23, 2008
Tribue Editorial: If you love clean lakes, support this amendment
If you love clean lakes, you should support the Clean Water, Wildlife and Legacy Amendment to the state constitution. If passed, the measure will raise the state sales tax three-eighths of one percent to fund various environmental and cultural programs. Minnesota Deer Hunters...
August 23, 2008 - 12:00am
May 28, 2008
Outdoor enthusiasts kick off 'Vote Yes' sales tax campaign
Minnesotans worried about the future of the state's natural resources and its cultural institutions will pay more to protect them, predicted advocates of a constitutional amendment directing new tax revenue to those areas. Appearing at a picturesque lakeside park southwest of Minneapolis,...
May 28, 2008 - 12:00am
February 18, 2008
Minnesota voters to decide where state sales tax goes
Minnesota voters will now take control of a decade-old proposal to send a portion of state sales tax to outdoors, environment and arts programs now that Minnesota legislators approved it. After 10 years of failures, lawmakers Thursday easily passed a constitutional amendment to...
news / outdoors
February 18, 2008 - 12:00am