So - is this a good thing? There are exceptions to every rule, but MOST Minnesota winters are a pale imitation of what our parents muddled through in the 60s and 70s. It doesn't get down to -25F or -30F in the metro anymore. Now 0F is a big deal and potentially headline-generating. Really? Our winters are no longer (consistently) cold enough for mostly snow. 22 days with rain or glaze ice since November 1 in the MSP metro. The longest January Thaw since 1944. No wonder winter weather lovers are in a funk. A lot of people like the additional warmth. Others lament the loss of something fundamental, part of our Minnesota identity. I see both sides - I'm just the messenger. But no, our winters aren't nearly as forbidding, on average…
The Muslim Link
Sh Muhammad Jibril at Diyanet Center of America last night MashAllah
Man with anchor tied around legs 1 of 2 bodies recovered from Fallen Leaf Lake
The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that two bodies were recovered from Fallen Leaf Lake over the course of the last 2½ months.The sheriff’s office was aided
2 men plead not guilty in pimping case in Costa Mesa and Garden Grove
Two Palmdale men pleaded not guilty this week to prostitution-related charges involving young women in Costa Mesa and Garden Grove.
Goldendale FFA Competes at State Convention
Last Wednesday, 54 Goldendale FFA Members, five parent volunteers (Jamie Kindler, Kelly Krusow, Sarah Conroy, Brandy Helms, and Danielle Cooper), and Goldendale FFA Advisors Randi and Joshua Krieg made the long four hour journey through the Palouse Valley to the WSU campus in Pullman. This select group of junior high and high school students compet...
Builder killed in crash Sunday
Dennis Kirwan, a Fort Bragg native and owner of the construction firm Geo Aggregates, was killed in an auto accident on Highway 1 south of Little River Sunday.According to the California Highway Patrol, Kirwan was driving his 2000 Ford pickup w
Hagerstown teen pleads guilty to attempted murder
A 16-year-old who shot a man during a robbery last year will be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Kamiak sophomore wins 4 events
Courtesy of: Jen Dumas Simone Dumas-Guzman, a sophomore at Kamiak High School, took first place in her age group in the beam, vault, bars and all-around events at the Washington State Optional Championships March 17-20 in Vancouver. Dumas-Guzman, a Level 8 gymnast, also took third in the floor event and was fourth across all age groups. She was one of eight gymnasts selected to represent Washington at the Region 2 Championships April 7-9 in Boise, Idaho.
Trump Voters Are Angry, but Why?
Why do Donald Trump’s supporters back him?
County Pocket: Townhomes proposed for oceanfront land
By Jane Smith and Dan Moffett The almost 2-acre oceanfront parcel that once housed the Pelican Apartments along the former Dog Beach in the County Pocket will…