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FHS presents Urinetown, a play to challenge students
City will review policy on business subsidies
Trinity campus hopes a new state grant will help them keep nurses around longer
Farmington will add a full-time fire chief
Farmington police report: October 31-November 7
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Girls hockey: Tigers are winners in their first South Suburban Conference game
Swimming: Tiger relays just miss consolation finals at state meet
Alumni: Former Tiger Taubenheim lifts UND with last-second kick
Boys basketball: Tigers will have a new look
Q & A: Froehling talks retirement from coaching
Special Olympics hopes friendly competition adds up
Looking back: Girls Glee Club drew an audience of 300 in 1914
Organized for Farmington: November news and notes
Service continues at home for Farmington veterans
Your weekend: One more shot at Turkey Bingo glory Nov. 22
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AgStar Financial Services, vs Volkmeier
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Nathan Hansen column: The better headline is below
Editorial: Froehling was good for Tiger football
Nathan's column: Because a rake doesn’t roar
Letter to the editor: FPD does good work, writer says
Michelle's column: After 20 years in town, time to say good bye
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April 28, 2009
Bonding bill still in dispute
ST. PAUL - Negotiators assigned the task of funding public works projects across Minnesota have a common problem - money. The House and Senate...
April 28, 2009 - 7:36am
February 18, 2009
Senate prepares $300 million bonding bill
ST. PAUL - Workers will fix roofs and walls, renovate buildings and, in general, improve state facilities later this year if some key legislators' wishes come true. Sen. Keith Langseth, DFL-Glyndon, on Tuesday announced he plans to push a $300 million public works bill, nearly three...
February 18, 2009 - 8:17am
December 30, 2008
Bonding bill gains support
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota already makes larger payments on its loans than state officials want, but many lawmakers propose borrowing still more money. And if a federal stimulus package includes money for state infrastructure, the pressure to borrow to fund public works projects will...
December 30, 2008 - 12:00am
April 2, 2008
Bonding bill heads toward vote, possible veto
ST. PAUL - Minnesota's Democratic-led Legislature is ready to send Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty a public works funding bill he doesn't like, setting the stage for a possible veto and a new attempt to fund projects ranging from college buildings to passenger rail lines. Legislative...
April 2, 2008 - 12:00am
April 1, 2008
Bonding deal due
ST. PAUL - Today is supposed to be the day when House and Senate negotiators approve a public works funding bill and send it to the full House and Senate for approval. Sen. Keith Langseth, DFL-Glyndon, on Monday said everything is ready in the bill other than how much to spend -...
April 1, 2008 - 12:00am
March 14, 2008
Bonding bill stalls
ST. PAUL - Cutting public works spending to a level Gov. Tim Pawlenty can accept could doom all such spending, the issue's key senator said. "If the governor gets his way, I don't know if we have the votes" to pass the bill, Sen. Keith Langseth, DFL-Glyndon, said Thursday. Langseth's...
March 14, 2008 - 12:00am
March 11, 2008
Bonding relies on technical definition
ST. PAUL - Minnesota's bonding bill has three personalities - the public discussion about what public works projects will be funded, the insider talk about how many jobs it may create and the ultra-insider debate over how much interest the state can afford to repay on money borrowed...
March 11, 2008 - 12:00am
February 27, 2008
Senate puts more bonding money in schools
ST. PAUL - Minnesota Senate Democrats want to spend more money on college building renovation and other public works projects than the governor, saying success in passing a transportation funding bill freed money for projects they otherwise could not afford. The bill, which passed...
February 27, 2008 - 12:00am