Opinion
The issue of bullying should be simple: Don’t do it — and if you see it, report it. A 180-pound eighth-grade boy shouldn’t beat up a 99-pound sixth-grader and steal his lunch money. It’s wrong. Don’t do it. However, that seemingly universal premise of right and wrong has morphed into an em...Read More
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Joe Nathan Center for School Change Here are four requests as Gov. Mark Dayton and state legislators consider how to proceed after the governor vetoed the K-12 bill. First, to aid planning, a special session should be called soon and final decisions need to be made quickly. Second, please recognize ...Read More
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Don Heinzman ECM Editorial Contributor Times are changing for parents caught between raising their own families and dealing with their aging parents. At the same time, their own youngsters, unable to find a well-paying job and burdened with college debt, are living at their home. A new kind of space...Read More
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Previous county commissioners may have voted to put a new county highway building out near the high school, but that doesn’t mean that the current county commissioners have to do so now. So much has changed in the nearly decade that the decision was made to buy land and build a new highway shop in...Read More
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To the Editor: The results are in, and State Representative Greg Davids (R-Preston) is pleased with the response from the District 28B legislative questionnaire he distributed earlier this year. “As their representative, I always appreciate knowing how the residents of Fillmore and Houston Countie...Read More
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