As a survivor of suicide loss, I've seen firsthand how suicide and the stigma surrounding it can harm families and communities.
I pray you read these words in a voice of compassion. They are meant as such because now is the time to not feed into the anger, outrage, and vile attacks meant to intimidate.
Nancy Jost, director of early childhood for West Central Initiative, asks: If we love children, why don’t we ensure they have safe, healthy, warm, nurturing environments — rather than just caring that a child care slot is available for them?
There's no way to get around having to pay for the Democrat policies resulting in soaring inflation, says the letter writer.
If one wonders what life would be like under forced martial law, you need look no further than what is happening in Russia right now, the letter writer says.
He may have an "R" behind his name, the letter writer says, but Rasmusson's no conservative.
If you haven't noticed, we haven't had a normal Governor's Opener in a couple of years because of the ongoing impacts from COVID and uncertainties with the virus.
Despite criticisms, the Afghanistan evacuation was performed brilliantly by our military, commercial airlines from several countries, and a few Afghan patriots. Yet, members of both parties seem to blame it all on Biden, whose mistake was trusting the Afghans to do their part.
I want to congratulate the DLHS girls’ basketball team for their gritty and thrilling run to the state tournament.
Flooding has become the costliest and most frequent natural disaster facing Minnesotans.
Abuse can take many forms, including physical violence; leaving animals outdoors without proper food, water, or shelter; denying animals adequate nutrition or veterinary care; keeping large numbers of animals in dirty conditions (hoarding); and leaving animals behind in abandoned homes.