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Secretary should have tackled this differently

October 16, 2013 The Minnesota Secretary of State is entrusted with the task of ensuring fair elections. more »»

Goal of process is to induce all kinds of pain

October 15, 2013 During a partial shutdown of the government, there isn’t enough money to keep national parks open, but federal wildlife areas can be opened to waterfowl hunting. more »»

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October 12, 2013 School rates high again If you live in one place long enough, you may forget how good you have i. more »»

No easy solution for synthetic drug problem

October 11, 2013 According to an emergency room doctor at North Memorial Medical Center near Minneapolis, the hospital’s ER is treating several patients per week who have used “bath salts” to get high. more »»

State aid cuts showed that leaner is possible

October 10, 2013 Minnesota 2020, a progressive think tank in St. Paul, had a representative visit Fairmont this week to talk about property taxe. more »»

Raid in Libya reveals much about U.S. policy

October 9, 2013 U.S. special forces’ capture of a notorious al-Qaida leader in Libya has been hailed as a coup in the war against terrorists. more »»

Senators should not relent during this fight

October 8, 2013 Politics may be the art of compromise, but there has been precious little of it from President Barack Obama. more »»

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October 5, 2013 Blue Earth wins grant Congratulations to Blue Earth for winning a $1 million federal grant that will help make possible an industrial park project at the intersection of Interstate 90 and Highway 169. more »»

Real disaster we face is busybody government

October 4, 2013 It’s easy to understand the frustration of Martin County commissioners who this week approved creating a full-time emergency manager positio. more »»

Deficits, debt ceiling represent real problems

October 3, 2013 In arguing for bigger government, including the national health insurance takeover, President Barack Obama is being more than a little dishones. more »»

Fundamentally, our lives belong to us alone

October 2, 2013 There is a simple but profound question about every person’s existence: Does his life belong to him? As our Founding Fathers might have asked: Does an individual have the rights to life, liberty and... more »»

True value of program has to be considered

October 1, 2013 For all the claims President Barack Obama and other liberals have made about helping the middle class, the new national health care law — Obamacare — is more evidence they really don’t care. more »»

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September 28, 2013 Educational and fun We thought it was pretty cool that students from area parochial schools got the chance this week to study forensic evidence, as a Science Museum of Minnesota program visited... more »»

Are there other ways to deliver some services?

September 27, 2013 The Sentinel recently ran an article on Craig Nelson, a volunteer who purchases the plants and tends the beautiful flower gardens at Lincoln Park in Fairmont. more »»

Immigration reform should become priority

September 26, 2013 President Barack Obama and Congress got what they viewed as a break on illegal immigration for a few years. It decreased, giving them an excuse to do little about it. more »»

Local school program has larger ramifications

September 25, 2013 Fairmont Area Schools has put in place a free breakfast program for elementary students. Kids get milk, juice and a snack, like crackers. more »»

Americans should not be forced to pay more

September 24, 2013 More than two centuries ago, Americans fought a War of Independence in large measure because our ancestors would not submit to taxation without representation. more »»

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September 21, 2013 Programs rate at top We congratulate Fairmont Area Schools early childhood education programs for earning the state’s highest rating. more »»

Some rules make sense, but others are egregious

September 20, 2013 A conversation among Blue Earth City Council members this week illuminates a clear problem in that city, and likely elsewhere: overregulatio. more »»

‘Faraway’ debate does have impact on region

September 19, 2013 There’s another budget battle brewing in the nation’s capital, with ramifications for everyone, including those in our state, region and towns. more »»



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