Viewpoints

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01
Oct

LETTER: Prioritizing Arden Hills taxpayers

To the Editor:

Mon
01
Oct

LETTER: Jim Bull for Roseville council: ‘He’s my kind of guy’

To the Editor:

I’m writing to encourage readers to vote for Jim Bull for Roseville City Council on Nov. 6.

Mon
01
Oct

LETTER: Public school teacher: Jessup fights for education

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Tue
11
Sep

Milwaukee in April: Bites, bikes and a blizzard


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)

Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food and City Tours.

Tue
11
Sep

LETTER: Guns in the classroom?

To the Editor:

Tue
11
Sep

It’s In Your Court: No mulligans in criminal court


Judge Steve Halsey

If you are a golfer you may have more than once announced to your playing partners, “I’m taking a mulligan” when you had a bad shot. We all have desires for “do-overs” when we mess up in life.

Tue
04
Sep

LETTER: What’s the score in 41B?

To the Editor:

Tue
04
Sep

LETTER: Let’s trash ‘garbage’ bills

To the Editor:

Tue
04
Sep

LETTER: We’re not your stepping stone

To the Editor:

Tue
04
Sep

When the sprinklers are running but the grass is still dry


Fixing problems like broken or incorrectly places sprinkler heads can help you to keep your lawn green without wasting water. submitted photo

Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Have you ever wondered why some parts of your lawn remain stubbornly dry even on days when the sprinklers have run? You might be surprised to learn that water pressure is often to blame. 

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