Scott Wente has been editor at the South Washington County Bulletin since 2011. He worked as a reporter at other Forum Communications newspapers from 2003 to 2011.
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When state Rep. Dan Schoen’s key legislation on banning domestic abusers from handguns garnered bipartisan support, Republican legislator and gun-rights advocate Tony Cornish was asked why he voted for it...
Should our legislators protect businesses from forces of the free market? If consumers want to buy a legal product from a business owner, or if two willing participants in a...
The Friends in Need Food Shelf wants to thank the Boy Scouts, donors in the community and everyone involved in the Scouts’ cash and toiletry drive on Saturday, April 5...
My name is Steve Dennis and I am running for a seat on the Cottage Grove City Council in November. I have been proud to call this city my home...
My prayer is the children who look to Lindsey Vonn as anything but an excellent athlete (as is her paramour) would never emulate their spiritual choices.
South Washington County voters will have ballot choices before them this fall, and we have been busy planning our coverage of District 833 School Board and St. Paul Park city elections on Nov. 8. You've already seen some of those stories, including coverage of candidates who've announced their campaigns so far and information about becoming a candidate for School Board or St. Paul Park City Council. There are three School Board seats up for grabs, and St.
A patient business acumen and a desire to share a winter sport with others helped Paul Augustine make the unusual - and successful - ascent from small family farmer to Midwest ski mogul. In the early 1960s, Augustine and two partners turned a plot of picturesque land into what is now Afton Alps Recreation Area, a year-round outdoor activities business with downhill skiing at its core. "He was an entrepreneur and adventurer and generally an ambassador to the sport of skiing," John Augustine said of his father, who died Jan. 1.