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Group sees success, offers important message

September 29, 2016 The Fairmont Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is still in business, so to speak, after learning it will receive a five-year federal grant of $125,000 per year. more »»

Nation growing more violent; police attacked

September 28, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s pledge to make America’s streets safer is nonsense, opponent Hillary Clinton has insisted. Why, the nation already is safe, she explains. more »»

Next president should prosecute war criminals

September 27, 2016 Islamic State terrorists have been guilty of atrocities truly worthy of the history books. They need not be detailed here, other than to note their viciousness has been broad as well as deep. more »»


September 26, 2016 Lack of accountability hurts nation’s veterans Revelations of mismanagement, waste and outright criminal behavior at the Department of Veterans Affairs have become a regular thing. more »»

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September 24, 2016 Support teens, schools Area school districts are enjoying Homecoming festivities. more »»

We’re sure terrorists appreciate weakness

September 23, 2016 It took just hours for the liberal political class to switch gears into reverse over the recent terrorist attacks in New York, New Jersey and Minnesota. more »»

Man who stopped attacker proves case

September 22, 2016 Who is Jason Falconer? The question sounds like the tag line for a movie. To be followed by a clip showing the hero in action, fending off the villain and saving the innocent. more »»

Things under control?

September 21, 2016 Don’t worry, liberals ranging from Hillary Clinton to President Barack Obama assure us. The government can check all those immigrants from the Middle East to ensure none of them are terrorists. more »»

Government holding back U.S. economy

September 20, 2016 Applications for unemployment benefits were up during the first week of September. Retail sales slumped in August. Manufacturing was down in many areas of the country. more »»


September 19, 2016 If they helped Clinton break law, prosecute Most people do not worry about saying something that could incriminate them unless they have broken the law. more »»

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September 17, 2016 Opera House marks 35 We extend our congratulations to the Fairmont Opera House, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this weekend. A free public open house was held last evening. more »»

Democrats tried to take choice away from voters

September 16, 2016 The Minnesota Supreme Court this week rejected the DFL’s petition to remove Donald Trump from Minnesota’s November ballot. more »»


September 15, 2016 Clinton has no regard for those who disagree Hillary Clinton made her feelings toward those who dare to disagree with her clear on Friday. more »»


September 14, 2016 Zika threat needs to be taken seriously Public health officials say more than 670 pregnant women in the United States have been diagnosed with the Zika virus. more »»


September 13, 2016 Surprise! Another black eye for the VA Members of Congress finally are showing some overdue concern about another outrage at the Department of Veterans Affair. more »»


September 12, 2016 President belittles countrymen abroad First lady Michelle Obama was criticized roundly and appropriately for a comment she made in 2008, as her husband was about to clinch the Democrat nomination... more »»

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September 10, 2016 We hope veterans benefit Martin County commissioners this week approved a lease that finally gives the county’s Veterans Service Office a hom. more »»

Looking back, ahead at terrible, tragic case

September 9, 2016 The conclusion of the Jacob Wetterling abduction and murder case is terrible, yet not unexpected. We are not among those who thought the boy would ever be found alive. more »»

Tax incentives? Why not just lower them all?

September 8, 2016 We can’t help but note that when local government officials really start to think about ways to spur the economic results they want, they often cut somebody — usually a business — a break. more »»

Voters should note drip, drip, drip of emails

September 6, 2016 If the State Department continues its foot-dragging over release of emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state, information detrimental to her run for president wil... more »»



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