East Bethel Real Estate News
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Jul 4, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Linda Johnson's husband has lived his whole life in the mobile-home community his father bought in 1948. She married into the business and has lived there since 1979. Comment?
Oct 13, 2015 | via City Pages
In rural America a firm handshake means something. Molecular gastronomy does not. Comment?
Oct 3, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Lena Olive Smith, Minnesota's first black woman lawyer, was a real estate agent when she began going to law school at night, prompted by inequities she had seen for clients. More than a million people turned out 50 years ago, many with blankets to blunt the 38-degree chill in Washington, D.C. They'd come to watch the inauguration of President Lyndon Johnson - sworn in for a full term less than 14 months after being thrust into the job by John Kennedy's assassination. Comment?
Oct 1, 2015 | via TwinCities
Labor and social justice groups campaigning against Minnesota's largest banks have taken their fight to St. Paul teacher contract negotiations. Minnesotans for a Fair Economy and their allies are blaming U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo for what they say is the state's underinvestment in K-12 education. Comment?
Sep 28, 2015 | via KSTP
Several insurers are pushing premium hikes, ranging from 20 to more than 50 percent, for Minnesotans who have purchased individual insurance plans. The rate increases would not apply to those insured through their employer. Comment?
Sep 12, 2015 | via MySanAntonio.com
A year ago, Kim and Ryan Kasl found themselves stretched, stressed and exhausted. They were both working full-time while raising two children. Comment?
5 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
Insisting they are getting back on track, Vancouver Canucks players, coach believe they are trending the right way even though they haven't been picking up points. Phil Soper, chief executive of Royal LePage Real Estate Services, said some agents at his company have left Fort McMurray because market conditions are so poor in the town known for its proximity to Alberta's oilsands. Comment?
6 min ago | via WLNS-TV Lansing
Moving into a new home is an exciting time for everyone involved. For a local family, that excitement is just one important factor of the history behind their home. Comment?
13 min ago | via Kelowna Capital News
Following reports that a bridge had been damaged by vandals, Nicola Consiglio put out a brief comment on Facebook, explaining what was really happening. "There was a terrible Windstorm. Comment?
15 min ago | via Valley Morning Star
For the first time, there's expected to be more people visiting retailers' web sites through their smartphones than on desktop computers or tablets during the first weekend of the holiday shopping season that begins on Thanksgiving Day. Comment?
32 min ago | via Curbed
The sprawling mess we know today as LAX was owned by no one and everyone once, as late as the Nineteenth Century, but by the 1830s and 1840s, Mexican governors had parceled up and handed out the land as the Rancho Sausal Redondo and Rancho Ajuaje de la Centinela, according to Los Angeles World Airports , which runs LAX. After the US won California in the mid-1800s, the land changed hands many times - it was consolidated by a Scottish lord into Rancho Centinela, who eventually sold to "a wealthy Canadian lawyer" who raised sheep there "until the drought of 1874-1876 forced him to turn to dry farming," and the site became a barley field. Comment?
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