Opinion
Insensitive editorial cartoon To the editor: Homelessness in America, a land of plenty, is both a tragedy and a scandal. The plight of the homeless in Minnesota, with our harsh winters, is a subject to be taken very seriously. With that in mind, the editorial cartoon in the Dec. 4 issue of the Sun S...Read More
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By Jim Vaughan Guest Columnist Invasive species are here! Invasive species are here! No, this is not a new phenomenon but an old one that is expanding every day. I want to update you on the status of some invasive species populations in St. Louis Park. It seems my days are filled with invasive speci...Read More
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To The Editor: The place I know the best is a forest by my house. It’s always good to think and enjoy the gleaming beauty of nature surrounding me. Every time I walk through the dense roots rising out of the ground like grasping arms, I feel comforted by all of the unique sound, scents, [...]...Read More
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To the Editor: I had a hard time reading Mike Hanks’ column about retail opening early or on Thanksgiving Day (“A thank you to retail America,” Nov. 27). It seems to me that Mike’s main argument was that so many workers in other trades or professions have to work, so “what is the big deal ...Read More
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To the Editor: It has been an honor serving with Jack Amdal. The Wayzata City Council will feel a tremendous loss without him. He can’t be replaced. With his skills, knowledge and leadership, he taught all at the table over the years – what a gift for those that served with him. The general publ...Read More
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by Adrienne Thompson Guest columnist   The village of Excelsior is a unique place. Not only because we hug the shores of Lake Minnetonka and are home to some of the Twin Cities finest small businesses, but because of the way we accept, welcome and integrate people into our community. There are mult...Read More
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By Dr. James Welters Guest Columnist One minute, your child is running around the house filled with energy. The next, he’s on the couch complaining of a really sore throat and running a fever. That’s a common scenario this time of year and in the spring when strep throat circulates the most. Str...Read More
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