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MPR News Reflections and observations on the news
Archives for November 2008
The Duluth airplane manufacturer is furloughing about 500 production workers.
Annihilation by asteroid.
How are kids going to learn from teachers who don’t know the subject?
A dealership closes its location in the East Metro, but not because of poor sales.
A release from the Secretary of State’s office reveals that there will be live streaming video of Wednesday’s Canvassing Board meeting in the U.S. Senate recount in Minnesota.
There are some headlines you just can’t ignore.
A legislative committee was told today that the new completion date for the Wakota Bridge has been moved up a year.
Delta reduces or eliminates some passenger fees, but not the ones for checked baggage.
It’s the time of the year when a local watchdog group repeats myths about video games.
Even if business reporters were required to speak English to us, much of what they have to say doesn’t make common sense.
The person who wrote in ‘Lizard People’ in the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota says he intended to vote for Al Franken.
Why the same recount has vastly different results from news Web site to news Web site.
It’s been a strange week for old fogeys who used to go to the record store to get their music.
Some drivers make roundabouts more difficult than they have to be.