In Shakopee, a new trail is being developed as a collaborative effort among the city, Scott County, the Scott County Historical Society, Three Rivers Park District and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community — a partnership known as the Shakopee Cultural Consortium.
In a September 2020 debate, Hagedorn agreed with Democratic challenger Dan Feehan that rural broadband expansion was important and said it would get bipartisan support in Congress. But apparently not from Hagedorn.
The growing popularity of wakesurfing means lawmakers need to regulate wake boats to protect lakes and the rights of others using the lakes.
The state Legislature passed a law during the most recent session that standardizes the use of absentee ballot drop boxes.
Minnesota and federal laws are clearly inadequate to prevent gun-trafficking by straw buyers.
America renewed its promise to being a safe haven for refugees around the world when President Joe Biden expanded on Monday the limits for accepting these hard-working immigrants.
A recent survey found that 81% of workers either don’t want to go back to the office or would prefer a hybrid schedule going forward.
Focusing more on incentivizing efforts to slow climate change in farm practices is a welcome shift in farm policy that should be embraced by members of Congress as they begin looking at the next farm bill.
Thanks to groups working in the best interest of its residents, Minnesotans won’t be scared away from voting by paid armed bullies.
Unnecessary interference in the state’s elections by private security agencies or armed citizens who aim to “defend” right-wing ideology is a dangerous escalation of tensions.
Pre-pandemic, no-excuse absentee voting was a time-saving convenience. Today it also serves a public health purpose.
John Lewis, civil rights hero and congressman, has died with his cause unfinished.
Hoarding much more than needed isn’t just unnecessary, it’s a selfish act that harms others.
The federal law raising the sales age for tobacco to 21 is welcome, but without state lawmakers following up, the law has little bite.
Crop prices have been decimated as oil companies have been exempted from ethanol production requirements.
With dangers of vaping increasingly clear, the states and federal government need to get more aggressive at curbing e-cigarettes.
Putting more emphasis on building a more stable school culture makes more sense than only training how to react to mass shooters.
Society isn’t well served by a probation system that sets up too many adults for failure or is used unnecessarily on some juvenile offenders. The Legislature needs to revisit the issue in the next session.