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Weekend News Roundup for Dec. 18

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.


Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers

County still vulnerable to state revenue cuts

At the Tuesday County Board meeting, Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers told commissioners he had spoken with legislative analysts at the Association of Minnesota Counties.


Commissioner Jim Johnson

County holds Truth in Taxation meeting

County commissioners held Truth in Taxation public meeting on Tuesday. Because of all the increases from other taxing units, the county is considering no increases to their own levy for 2011.

Lonnie on Denali

Dupre to scale Mt. McKinley in January

Lonnie Dupre is once again heading toward arctic snow and cold. This time it’s Alaska where he’ll solo climb Mt. McKinley, also known as Denali.

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Friends explore stone building, likely oldest surviving commercial structure in St. Paul

Tom Schroeder and John Yust, two friends from St. Paul, are exploring and renovating a stone building in St. Paul's Uppertown. It's likely the oldest surviving commercial structure in the city.


Meals on Wheels client Doris Kreitlow, 91.

Meals on Wheels helps seniors stay healthy and independent

Nutrition is important for good health, but it takes work to eat a balanced diet.  For many senior citizens, that can be a real challenge.  But there's help available.  In this story, W


Cook County's Most Wanted a.k.a Rod N Real

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Pete Kavanaugh and Eric Meyers live on The Roadhouse

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The Gooneybirds live on The Roadhouse

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