Opinion
New ideas, attitudes and opportunities are coming for Minnesota students. That was a central theme at the Feb. 6 “Pathways to Postsecondary” conference, cosponsored by the Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.  If things work out as state offici...Read More
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Karlee Lawrence Guest Columnist Years ago, when I was in my ninth-grade “exploring agriculture” class, I was asked by my teacher what I wanted to be when I grew up. My answer was something in agriculture, food or natural resources, and my teacher suggested I join the Forest Lake FFA, where I wou...Read More
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It was quite a bipartisan celebration. From Brainerd, Crystal, Golden Valley, Forest Lake, Princeton and the Twin Cities, students and adults danced, sang and spoke at a meeting in St. Paul on Jan. 28 about the value of Minnesota’s various forms public school choice. The ceremony was part of Natio...Read More
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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote and The Times published a story about a pending partnership between Forest Lake Area Schools and the YMCA that’s coming to Forest Lake. The day after the story was posted to our website, I received a call from frequent reader and City Council attendee Elvin Norby, wh...Read More
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Last month, my 16-month-old son, Reggie, came down with a high fever. I had to stay home from work, my wife, Kim, had to stay home, and my dad, a family practice doctor, was besieged by phone calls for about five days. “He’s not eating; he’s not drinking,” we would say. “His fever is 102, ...Read More
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Imagine you are standing in a hallway, and the person next to you suddenly falls. Chances are that person could be having a cardiac arrest and needs CPR immediately. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, in Minnesota in 2010, more than 35 percent of fatalities due to heart disease happene...Read More
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