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Hay, MnDOT to listen to mowing concerns
This is how a man facing deportation started a family in central Minnesota
'It was a moment of niceness that we needed': Soldier's widow shares her call with Trump
Dance group opens 2017-18 UMM Performing Arts Series
Weather gives harvest a boost
Volleyball: Hancock seeded 11th in Section 6A-South
Sports Schedule for Friday, Oct. 20
Football: BOLD proves why its No. 1 in Class against Tigers
Football: Owls earn first home playoff game since 2005
Football: Playoff seedings announced
Thomas L. Hoffman
Phillip J. Koehntop
Harvey S. Flaten
Phyllis R. Harstad
Stevens County Times Editorial: Abusers count on silence
Stevens County Times Editorial: Donation important in the need to educate public on mental health issues
Letter to the editor: Taxpayers need explanation on school; maintenance plan needed
Letter to the editor: Board chairman comments on school project
Letter to the editor: Explanation needed on Morris Area School project
Luis Dale Grimm
Hunter John Arnold
Parker Steven Fehr and Paislee Ann Fehr
Ag credit counselor, mediator say new lending rules hit hard
Buying local fuels communities
Congressional committee hears Minnesota ideas for farm bill
Speakers talk about importance of farm bill to rural America
West-central Minnesota farmer a pioneer in raising Kernza
March 12, 2016
Katie Erdman: Strange ways of communicating
March 12, 2016 - 5:32am
March 5, 2016
Kim Ukura: Musings on main street
One of the best parts of my week was the chance to attend Soup and Substance, a monthly event hosted by the Office of Community Engagement at the University of Minnesota, Morris where community members gather for lunch and a discussion. The topic for this month — a conversation...
March 5, 2016 - 5:15am
Blaine Hill: Local Government Aid is the lifeblood of Morris city funding
Every citizen in Morris should be concerned about LGA. It will be our number one priority in the upcoming legislative session and possibly the fall election. Without an increase, the city of Morris will be faced with some important decisions about taxes and/or service cuts in the...
March 5, 2016 - 5:14am
February 13, 2016
Katie Erdman: Living without the internet
What would we do without the internet? Many of us had to find out recently when we woke up to no internet service. Not just here in Morris, but in a large area surrounding us. Even though the service was down for just a few hours, some of us had to take a hard look at what we would...
February 13, 2016 - 5:59am
January 23, 2016
Blaine Hill: Morris water treatment plant needs legislative support
The Morris water treatment plant needs legislative support. This means citizens need to get involved with the process. We need you to contact Rep. Jeff Backer, Sen. Torrey Westrom and Gov. Mark Dayton to ask them to support the needed funding for our project.
January 23, 2016 - 5:02am
Katie Erdman: Challenges our children face each day
I thought when my children graduated, I would no longer be affected by what I term loosely as "school politics." These are things that affect our children during everyday school activities. However, I didn't realize what would happen when my grandchildren started school. Now I am...
January 23, 2016 - 5:01am
December 19, 2015
Talking it Over: Growing up too fast
Recently, my five year old granddaughter, Josie, said to me, "I wish I was a grown up." I told her, "No you don't. Kids can have way more fun." She looked at me like I was telling her a terrible lie. After she said that, I started thinking about the big differences between being...
December 19, 2015 - 5:43am
December 12, 2015
Aaron Jordan: Be aware of safety, online and at home, during the holidays
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are looking forward to Christmas and New Years. I wanted to give you a few safety tips to help you get through the rest of the holiday season. Home Safety — I know we live in nice safe rural Stevens County, but burglaries do happen...
December 12, 2015 - 6:38am
December 5, 2015
Literature in a Hurry: Lessons from a ten-dollar Founding Father
For the last several weeks, I've been obsessed with the soundtrack to Hamilton, a new Broadway musical all about the life of Alexander Hamilton, our "ten-dollar founding father without a father" who "got a lot farther by working a lot harder / by being a lot smarter / by being a...
December 5, 2015 - 5:14am
November 21, 2015
Talking it Over: Recalling long lost friends
There are times when a person will come to mind who you haven't seen or heard from for years. It could be someone you were once close to or just a passing acquaintance. So many people come and go in a person's life, and at times you can lose touch with one who was once very important...
November 21, 2015 - 5:56am
October 31, 2015
Michael Lackey: Ignoring differences is not the right approach to combat bullying
The school board recently approved the Gay Straight Alliance as a student organization. School board member Stan Wulf voted against the measure, but what is important is his explanation why: "There's always been differences and there will always be differences — that's why...
October 31, 2015 - 5:02am
October 24, 2015
Literature in a Hurry: New policy on student clubs needed more time for scrutiny
Talking about process can be boring, but I'm afraid it's important this week as we as a community consider the Morris Area School Board's decision to recognize the Gay Straight Alliance as an official student organization. I won't go through the details of Monday's school board...
October 24, 2015 - 5:53am
October 17, 2015
Talking it Over: The price we pay for good health
We pay a high price to stay healthy. The cost of medical care and prescription drugs is steadily increasing and almost getting to the point where many people simply can't afford to go to the doctor or take prescribed medication. Even with insurance or medicare, many Americans face...
October 17, 2015 - 5:06am
October 10, 2015
Jacob Just: Student representation on school boards
Washington DC, as we all know, houses the seat of power for the United States. Little do most people know that an area of 68.3 square miles boasts a population of approximately 659,000 people, thus making it more populous than Wyoming or Vermont. Yet, despite its small size and...
October 10, 2015 - 5:32am
October 3, 2015
Michael Lackey: What is the difference between Fox News commentators and university professors?
As a Fox News junkie, I am frequently amused by the network's representation of university professors, who supposedly devote their lives to converting unwitting students into liberal socialist communists. So that there is no confusion about professors, let me clarify the record. Fox...
October 3, 2015 - 5:50am