Opinion

by Judge Greg Galler How do you come to conclusions and make decisions in your life? Do you typically tend to wait and carefully weigh all of the information before reaching a conclusion? Or do you more often jump to a conclusion based on how you emotionally respond to the information you first hear? The [...]

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To the editor I’m writing this letter to encourage voters to vote for Laurie Warner for the Minnesota House of Representatives for District 32B. Laurie cares about us, whether we are raising a family, are retired seniors or working men and women. She spent years working to get working people better wages, and in the [...]

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To the editor Once again Republicans and the Mills campaign are distorting Rick Nolan’s record on veterans to mislead the public. They have accused Rick Nolan of not supporting veterans in Congress in their attack ads because of a “protest vote” in 2013. If you check non-partisan sources, such as MinnPost, they clearly state his [...]

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To the editor Here are some issues from Court Referee Judge George Stephenson, who presided over the hearing in Rep. Barrett’s residency case: • Questions about the veracity of Rep. Barrett’s testimony. • Questions about his primary residences. • Could not conclude that Rep. Barrett did live in District 32B. The evidence presented in court [...]

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To the editor Mark Osland’s name will not be on the November election ballot for Sheriff. Why? Because the few who voted in the primary have challenged us to act and write-in Mark Olsand ourselves on the ballot! The results of the recent primary election were very disappointing — that we would allow 10 percent [...]

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Money was not mentioned by any of the more than 30 educators who responded to a question I asked about the first month of school. Each of them described the most important things that families can do in September. Everything they suggested is free: helping youngsters set goals, establishing routines, learning something yourself, talking positively [...]

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