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December 5
A home solar installation in Excelsior.

Readers Write: Solar power, Joe Biden and Dean Phillips

On electricity, think smaller.
December 4
Injured Palestinians arrive at Nasser Medical Hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Dec. 3.

Readers Write: Israel and Palestine, state flag, Sandra Day O'Connor, George Santos

The same shard of the mirror.
December 3
Retired Downtown Council CEO Steve Cramer.

Readers Write: Steve Cramer, state flags, book complaints

Hats off to a civic leader.
December 2
Farmland outside Hampton in Dakota County.

Readers Write: Life journeys, beloved relatives, classical liberalism, raking leaves

My own journeys, remembered.
December 1
Winners of student of the month awards check out their certificates during a school assembly at Nellie Stone Johnson Elementary School in Minneapolis,

Readers Write: Minneapolis schools, student well-being, health costs, cigar lounge

Hard choices ahead.
November 30
The current Minnesota flag, which will be replaced — with what, the state doesn’t yet know.

Readers Write: New state flag, energy efficiency, PolyMet, plane crashes

Denial, anger, bargaining ...
November 29
Lindsey Dyer of the Minnesota Historical Society hung up top flag designs for further consideration at a redesign commission meeting on Nov. 21 in St.

Readers Write: New state flag, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, car-sharing, taxpayer money

Where is the excitement for these flag finalists?
November 28
Matthew LaVoie holds on to the barre during a Boomer Ballet class inside the St. Paul Ballet studio Nov. 7.

Readers Write: Ballet class for all, Israel, elections, 14th Amendment

A dance for all ages.
November 27
Secretary of State Steve Simon checked the votes on the back of proposed state flag designs on Nov. 21 in St. Paul.

Readers Write: State flag options, wolves

I wouldn't hang these flags on my front porch.
November 26
Demonstrators call for the cancellation of student debt in Washington, D.C., in June.

Readers Write: Student loans, brain injuries, Minneapolis police, Biden's conservatism

Critics are missing the big picture.
November 25
A light-rail train leaves downtown Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Light rail, medical aid in dying, inequality, new state flag

Safety is my top concern.
November 24
Smoke rises from the site of an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip, seen from southern Israel on Nov. 21.

Readers Write: Israel and Gaza

Crying out for a one-state solution.
November 23
Ellen Kennedy poses for a portrait while holding a photo of her late husband, Leigh Lawton, at her home in Edina. Lawton’s dying wish was for Kenned

Readers Write: End-of-life decisions, hospital chaplains

A thoughtful solution awaits.
November 22
Readers Write: Neighborliness, immigration, winter, burial, God

Readers Write: Neighborliness, immigration, winter, burial, God

From one neighbor to another: Thank you.
November 21
Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara reacts after the City Council voted 8-5 on Nov. 17 to reject a plan to use bonuses to retain and recruit polic

Readers Write: Minneapolis police, Israel and Gaza

Let's hear from the rank and file.
November 20
American flags fly at the Washington Monument near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Readers Write: Politics and grace, wildlife

A little grace might save us.
November 19
One of the submissions for a new Minnesota state flag, featuring the North Star and a snowflake.

Readers Write: State flag, federal debt, Israel, Patrick Henry High School

How about an A-side and a B-side?
November 17
Signs of vandalism are visible at the Blue Line Lake Street light-rail station in Minneapolis in June 2022.

Readers Write: Light rail safety, Minneapolis police, school vaccinations

Hear, hear.
November 16
The Smith Foundry Co. in the East Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis was found by EPA investigators to have been regularly violating its air permit.

Readers Write: State regulation, student loans, NIL money

What is Minnesota doing?
November 15
Antonio Oftelie of Harvard presented the City Council’s Public Health and Safety Committee with a report of recommendations for the future of public

Readers Write: Public safety in Minneapolis, solar projects, presidents

What is Minneapolis doing?
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