Today in the Daily Planet


“University students react to coup in Thailand”:
By Cati Vanden Bruel, The Minnesota Daily
Thai students from the U of M respond to yesterday’s coup

“Library Board president says budget options are unappealing, but necessary”:
By Ann Alquist, KFAI Radio
Faced with another round of stiff budget cuts, Library Board president Anita Duckor discusses the options for 2007

“An early Sabo opponent, Green Party’s Pond touts his progressive credentials”:
By Craig Cox, The Minneapolis Observer
In his second run for Fifth District Congress, Jay Pond argues that his vision fits the district better than his DFL opponent

“Flower store/garden co-op to open October 1”:
By Mary Ann Knox, Uptown Neighborhood News
A community-owned garden center prepares to open in the Uptown neighborhood

“Thousands gather for annual Lantern Festival”:
By Dean S. Potter, Asian Pages
More than 6,000 people enjoyed the annual festival at Como Park