Recent Articles from Bill Clements
A decision to call a special session to consider a Vikings stadium in Arden Hills won’t be made until after Oct. 15, when a risk analysis of the billion-dollar proposal is complete, an official said Thursday.
Tuesday is Barb Hogan's last day working at the MnDOT Library after 32 non-consecutive years. Barb, 59, actually started at the library in the summer of 1969, just after graduating from St. Paul Park High School. But she left in 1975 for 10 years to raise her young and growing family - and work nights at St. Joseph's Hospital.
Former Minnesota Gov. Arne Carlson feels vindicated today with the news that the state Supreme Court had swatted down the unallotment powers that current Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been trying to take advantage of.
The Church of Scientology has ambitious plans for growing in the Twin Cities area, hoping to double or even triple the number of Twin Cities adherents in the next five years.
Every Easter when I was a kid we’d go to visit our many cousins in Cleveland—Mom was born and raised there.
Rep. Paul Marquart, DFL-Dilworth, wants Minnesotans — and his legislative colleagues from both sides of the aisle — to help redesign the way the state does business.
Roger Moe might be one of the few people in Minnesota not surprised by this afternoon’s ruling from Judge Kathleen Gearin stopping Gov. Tim Pawlenty from unalloting money for the Minnesota Supplemental Aid Special Diet program.
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