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MNsure rate hikes raise pain levels

October 2, 2015 It was called the “Affordable” Care Act, wasn’t it? The national health insurance overhaul was supposed to give people who couldn’t afford to pay private health insurance premiums a chance to... more »»

Windings is owned by its employees

October 2, 2015 To the editor: I appreciate Monday’s recognition of Windings’ 50th anniversary; however I must correct your statement of current ownership. more »»

One way for Clinton to build trust - truth

October 1, 2015 Not that former President Bill Clinton would know anything about it, but many voters view trust as the key issue in selecting a president. more »»

VA misdeeds are everywhere

September 30, 2015 We’ve read about Veterans Administration officials around the country accused of various misdeeds, from lying about long waits some veterans endured before getting medical appointments to substandar... more »»

Calling all Goosetowners

September 30, 2015 To the editor: I would like to invite all Goosetowners to walk in the German-American Parade. We will meet at the Glockenspiel at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday Oct. 3. The parade will start at 11 a.. more »»

Putin’s new strategy

September 29, 2015 Russian leader Vladimir Putin is more than willing to let others take care of business for him. He doesn’t even mind if they get credit for doing so. more »»

Boehner’s out; Now what?

September 28, 2015 For the past few elections a number of Republican seats in Congress have been taken by tea party conservatives intent on making over Congress and the country in their own image and likeness. more »»

EPA should take care of business

September 27, 2015 Environmental Protection Agency officials and members of Congress should be asking themselves this question: How did Volkswagen executives think they could get away with cheating on emissions... more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

September 26, 2015 Wetlands care Minnesota’s wetlands are holding steady in number since the state instituted rules requiring those destroing or draining wetlands to replace them somewhere else. more »»

Roundabout not a cure-all

September 26, 2015 To the editor: I was surprised to read in a recent issue of The Journal that a roundabout is being considered for the intersection of MN 4 and CR 2. more »»

Why not support Born-Alive legislation?

September 26, 2015 To the editor: Congressman Tim Walz was one of 177 Democrats who recently voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act which “amends the federal criminai code to require any health... more »»

Blowing the whistle on inspectors general

September 25, 2015 Inspectors general can be godsends for people who have to rely on the government, as well as for taxpayers. more »»

New Walk! Bike! Fun! curriculum

September 25, 2015 To the editor: On Sept. 22, 13 teachers from around the area got together in New Ulm to learn a new physical education curriculum to use in their classrooms. more »»

Meth use rate a big cause for concern

September 24, 2015 It is not a record to be proud of. According to a report presented to the Brown County Board Tuesday, the illegal use of methamphetamine is twice the state averag. more »»

Striped gopher population explosion

September 24, 2015 To the editor: As in other cities in Minnesota, ours has begun to limit the number of animals a person can have on their property in town. How many horses-dogs-cats-rabbits etc. more »»

Brand new grandson

September 23, 2015 Just before daybreak on September 15 our grandson Levi left the soft, dark warmth of the womb to join us oxygen-breathers out here. It was wonderful to meet him. more »»

Anti-coal impact

September 23, 2015 Republicans in the Minnesota House are right to be concerned about the impact of the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan on jobs and energy costs in Minnesota. more »»

Flu shots make good sense

September 22, 2015 If you are like most people, you buckle your seatbelt when you get in a car or truck. After all, with about 33,000 traffic deaths each year in the United States, there’s no sense taking chances. So .. more »»

College in the Schools

September 22, 2015 As the school year gets under way, students get into a routine and often times forget about planning for their futur. more »»

Policy on Syria a dismal failure

September 21, 2015 Almost undoubtedly, Russian military advisers and weaponry being sent to Syria will do more to defeat the Islamic State terrorist army than has been accomplished by the United States. more »»



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