好久不见! Or, if you'd want to translate this Chinese phrase word for word, as Americans did in the late 1800s, long time no see!
Japanese beetles have been observed in high concentrations in Farmington, and city wants residents to know how to combat them. "Due to the wet spring and warm temperatures, the beetles are having another year of high population," Public Works Project Coordinator Tom Hoffman said. Japanese beetles are an invasive tree pest that feed on the leaves and flowers of numerous trees and plants, including ornamental roses and fruit trees. During years of high population, they can defoliate entire areas. Fortunately, the beetles rarely cause plant mortality
As co-chairs of the Dew Days Committee this year, we would like to take a moment to acknowledge the people who made this year's celebration happen.
China, with a gross domestic product of more than $11 million, is home to the second largest economy in the world. Despite the fact that China and the United States don't see eye to eye in political theology, our economic interests are so deeply entwined that we both seek to be on good terms with one another. With talk of U.S.-Chinese tariffs already in action, any upcoming political action may determine the nature of Chinese-American relations for the foreseeable future.
By Dr. Kristi Trussell. She is the assistant medical director of The Urgency Room in Woodbury, Eagan and Vadnais Heights, Minn. After being cooped up from such a late and snowy spring, us Minnesotans are bursting at the seams to get outside and simply be active. But, it’s important to remember that spring is typically the busiest season of the year for the board-certified ER doctors at The Urgency Room’s three Twin Cities locations.
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Finally, welcome news for seniors at tax time in Minnesota! Minnesota has long been one of the highest taxed states for seniors with Social Security income being taxed at the same rate as all other income at the state level.
The Dakota County Board of Commissioners has named a new member to the Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board. Chad Sheets will represent the public education sector following his March 27 appointment. Sheets, dean of Customized Training and Continuing Education for Dakota County Technical College, leads a team of sales representatives, administrative support specialists, curriculum developers and adjunct instructors in analyzing area training needs, program and curricula development, and delivering training to businesses and industries in Dakota and Scott counties.
Minnesotans work hard and pay their taxes. In return, they expect and deserve high quality, efficient services from their state government. They should get nothing less. That is why Minnesota IT Services, under new leadership, is strongly committed to fixing the problems with our state's Minnesota Licensing and Registration System or MNLARS. There is no excuse for the problems this system has created for Minnesotans these last six months, and we deeply regret the impact it has had on our people and businesses.
We appreciate your paper covering the Vikings Brotherly Love campaign and wanted to give your readers an update. Since we started the page, we have raised nearly $15,000 for the Eagles Charitable Foundation. The response from Vikings fans and, surprisingly, Eagles fans, has been just incredible!