We asked the seven candidates vying for the four open seats on the St. Peter School Board five questions. Here are their responses. Incumbents are indicated with an *.
A hearing on the petition filed by a Le Center councilor to remove fellow council member's name from the November ballot is set for Oct. 29.
After receiving the endorsement from the Republican party for the District 20B House race, Dan Matejcek’s name will appear on the ballots this November despite his campaign having been suspended.
UPDATED: A hearing on the petition filed by Councilor Meidlinger to remove fellow councilor Dennis Woelfel's name from the November ballot is set for Oct. 29.
Some candidates stood out while others were unable to find a footing at the Tri-City United School District candidate forum on Monday, Oct. 22.
OWATONNA — Minnesota First District Congressman Tim Walz stood Tuesday with the parents of an openly gay soldier who died in Afghanistan and said he’s opposed to a proposed Minnesota constitution amendment banning same-sex marriage.
This year’s marriage amendment issue on the Nov. 6 ballot has created a lot of activity in south central Minnesota from proponents on both sides of the issue.
One of the big issues facing Minnesota voters on November 6 is whether or not they want to amend the state’s Constitution and define marriage specifically as being between one man and one woman.
OWATONNA — On Wednesday at the Steele County Free Fair, Craig Brenden did what he has been doing on a daily basis the past two months — introduced himself to local voters.
Mike Dudley easily beat his Republican challenger Gene Thomas Kornder, of Belle Plaine, in Tuesday's Minnesota Senate District 20 primary.With 100 percent of the vote counted, Dudley had 87 percent to Kornder's 13 percent."It feels good," said Dudley, who lives in New Prague, but was raised …