Dale Harris, Sixth District Judge
Since my colleague, Judge Mark Munger, retired in January, we have been shorthanded at the Duluth courthouse.
Recently, my law clerk accepted a new job with a local government agency. I'm very happy for her, but very sad for me. \
The recent polar vortex resulted in quite a few calls inquiring whether the courthouse was open for business.
I have mostly given up on New Year's resolutions, mainly because I've had the same ones for about 10 years running.
A recent viral video showed a pretty serious altercation at a local high school.
The recent confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh have received a great deal of attention, and for good reason.
Several years ago, my wife spent a few days in the hospital. To pass the time when she was sleeping, I read the book “The Nightingale’s Song,” by Robert Timberg. The book tracks five graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy through their Vietnam service, and ultimately to the Iran-Contra hearings in the 1980s. One of those profiled was the late U.S. Sen. John McCain.
There is an old joke about three umpires discussing how they call balls and strikes:
As we celebrate our nation's independence this month, the focus is usually on how a group of men in Philadelphia declared themselves free of British rule.
There has been no shortage of election drama in Minnesota over the past couple of weeks.