“The DNR’s decision to intervene isn’t about stopping flood protection, which is important. We want to find a mutually agreeable solution that speaks to the shared responsibility we have to protect Minnesotans and North Dakotans living in this flood plain,” Landwehr said. “Indeed, Minnesota has invested more the $230 million on flood control and protection efforts in Moorhead and the greater Red River Valley over the past eight years alone.
North Auburn homeowners Zach and Brooke Taylor rose early Tuesday to begin work on a backyard makeover for the reality TV series Crashers that will see them put in two days of toil for 15 minutes of fame. For an all day shoot that continues today. Show host Matt Blashaw and a crew of contractors are intent on transforming what as late as Monday night was a patch of weeds and raw earth into a thing of backyard beauty..
Demonstrators were confronted with just how divisive issues like healthcare have become during the new Trump presidential term when a man approached and ripped down some of the pieces of paper taped to the LaMalfa office exterior wall and window. He retreated as demonstrators chanted in unison whole world is watching. The man had departed, three Auburn Police patrol cars arrived and parked at the end of Rickenbacker Way at the Auburn Airport, near the LaMalfa office.
Studies show one of the most dangerous places for police, state troopers, emergency responders and maintenance personnel is on the side of the road. Sherrif Cunningham says that why it important to remember Alabama Move Over law. The law requires drivers to safely move over when they see flashing lights on the roadside and if a driver can move over, they need to slow down..
Once a month, you should visit your local “Dollar Store.” Although you’ll find many useless products, you can find some high quality items. In many cases, the products cost one dollar or less. Before you shop, always call the Dollar Store and ask them when they expect a new shipment of goods.
Over the past couple of years, there have been a number of controversies on campuses all over the country, including ours, which were all more or less about speech the speech of fellow students, of residence hall administrators, of faculty, of institutions through the naming of buildings and the display of pictures, and of outside people invited to the campus no doubt you have heard and read about these. The debate, in part, was about what to do about speech that was considered offensive or dangerous. Sometimes there were calls for bans on speech and official punishments..