Today in the Daily Planet, 7/2/07


Our apologies — continuing software difficulties inexplicably “lost” the newsletter that was sent last night.


“Twin Cities water: good to the last drop?”:
By Richard Broderick, Special to the TC Daily Planet
The Mississippi River is responsible for supplying St. Paul and several surrounding suburbs with their daily ration of water. (One in a series of articles on water quality)

“Far from home, but not without hope”:
By Marni Ginther, Minnesota Daily
Performers shared their cultures through music, dance and storytelling.

“Study Claims Minnesota Congestion Second-Worst in Nation”:
By Jeff Fecke, Minnesota Monitor
Study comes from libertarian Reason Foundation and University of North Carolina.


“Standard of living at issue in U of M talks”:
By Barb Kucera, Workday Minnesota
AFSCME workers say cuts in compensation threaten standard of living.

“Statewide task force will look at IRV”:
By Kari VanDerVeen, Downtown Journal
Instant Runoff Voting will begin in Minneapolis.

“Powderhorn’s recording studio makes students stars”:
By Thuy-Hoang Phan
Powderhorn Park reaches young people through music program.


“Let’s talk about immigration”:
By Marco Fernández Landoni

“Take Up The Torch”:
By Lydia Howell, Pulse of the Twin Cities