Should the Minneapolis School Board have to disclose the term of it separation agreement with Supt. Thandiwe Peebles, who resigned under criticism? Is it proper for the Kandiyohi County Board to select a new county administrator outside of a public meeting?
The American Cancer Society invites individuals who want to honor cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer) and caregivers, or pay tribute to those who have lost their battle with cancer, to join its Relay For Life, scheduled for Aug. 11 to 12 in South St. Paul.
Cable subscribers metrowide will have the opportunity to have their tax questions answered by a panel of experts on Call-n-Talk Taxes. This live call-in show can be seen on Wednesday, March 15, from 8:30 until 10 p.m.
Today, Rep. Rick Hansen called for more aggressive collection of tax revenues by the Department of Revenue after a Legislative Auditor’s report revealed that Minnesota could be missing out on more than $1 billion a year in income and sales tax payments.
“Justice for People with Learning Disabilities,” a conference on the developmentally disabled and the criminal justice system featuring Robert Perske, will be offered March 14 to 16 at Inver Hills Community College.
Rep. Rick Hansen is leading a bi-partisan group of state legislators concerned about clean air and water to present legislation promoting renewable energy and preventing climate change. The legislation is part of a coordinated effort with the legislatures of seven other Midwestern states.
This year School District 197’s Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) program received a $10,000 grant from the Solid Waste Management Coordinating Board to work with families around issues related to being better stewards of the earth.