Opinion
Sometimes it’s tough to make decisions about what comments by readers should be left on the ECM Post Review’s website and Facebook account. I’ve always been of the mindset that a newspaper should create as open of a forum as possible, and that means comments can occasionally get ugly. Very sel...Read More
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Suburban and urban educators agreed at a Minnesota Senate hearing on April 7: A new, historic Minnesota bill offers greater respect for teachers and new opportunities for students and families. The bill offers “startup” grants to district teachers to create “teacher-led schools.” Officials a...Read More
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by Jerry Vitalis and Donna Tatting Chisago County Master Gardeners Cole crops are those in the Bassica family such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbage. It’s too early and the ground is still too cold to plant these “cold season crops” outdoors, but the seeds can be started i...Read More
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Whenever I watch NCAA basketball March Madness tournament games, I think about a cross section of Minnesotans who helped lead a successful four-year challenge of the NCAA, 1996-2000. Students, families and educators all over the state were deeply frustrated by the NCAA’s demands. Minnesotans acros...Read More
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Q: I want to go on a paddling trip this spring, but don’t have time to go to the Boundary Waters. Any suggestions? A: The DNR manages the first and largest water trails system in the nation. Water trails are recreational routes on waterways that are managed for canoeing, kayaking, boating and camp...Read More
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To the editor Representative Rick Nolan wants us to consider the cost of our continued involvement in the Middle East. So far, over 6,700 brave American men and women have died fighting a war we cannot win; more than 57,000 have sustained injuries. According to the Watson Institute at Brown Universi...Read More
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We’ve got stacks and stacks of old bound newspapers at our office in Cambridge. Many volumes are of Post Review papers, and some of the really old ones contain North Branch Reviews, which is the paper that covered the North Branch area prior to it combining with the Rush City Post more than three ...Read More
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