A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Golfing at the China Country Club
Hello Readers! The 'ole fundraising thermometer for my book project is creeping up near the half-way point. That's a good thing, too, because the clock has ticked past the half-way point of my 30 day ... Posted on 5/26/12 at 8:33 AM
CONFESSIONS OF A [FORMER] FAT GIRL I need your help...
As many of you know, my goal this summer is to run a 5k each month. My husband and I started in May with the Fargo 5K and then did the Osakis 5K in June and will do a 5K in Henning in July. In Septemb... Posted on 7/6/10 at 2:00 PM
NORTHERN LIGHTS BOY SCOUTS Launch of BSA Motorsports
The Boy Scouts of America Races into a New Decade with Dale Coyne Racing
Connecting youth through leadership and education
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and Dale Coyne Racing (DCR) have announced... Posted on 1/12/10 at 1:12 PM
Only a final stack of ballots stands in the way of declaring a winner in Minnesota’s U.S. Senate recount. But like much of the prolonged recount between Sen. Norm Coleman and Al Franken, it may not be that simple.
A major phase in the unresolved U.S. Senate race ended Tuesday when a state elections board concluded its work reviewing ballots challenged during the statewide recount. But that action gave way to new arguments over improperly rejected absentee ballots that could determine Minnesota’s next senator.
Al Franken took a lead on what is supposed to be the final day the state Canvassing Board considers challenged U.S. Senate ballots. But with thousands of ballots still not counted, the lead should be short lived.
The first three days of the state Canvassing Board's work featured plenty of unusual ballot markings, but a write-in vote for "Lizard People" was one that stuck in many minds -- and demonstrated the importance of following instructions when filling out a ballot.
The Minnesota Supreme Court Thursday ruled that disputed absentee ballots in the U.S. Senate race cannot be counted unless campaigns of U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman and challenger Al Franken agree on what ballots should be included.
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