We have had the pleasure of knowing Kevin Burkart since he was a boy, he was a friend our daughters, as well as the son of a dear friend. He has always been one of those people that is involved and committed to do good. As we watched him grow into adulthood his dedication to the community was apparent. One example of this commitment is his skydiving to raise money for Parkinson’s disease. His involvement has raised more than $250,000 and changed the lives of countless people.
As we head into the election Nov. 4, everybody should think about the choice they need to make. There’s a stark contrast between the directions that both parties will take us, and this is an important election for determining which path will succeed. The key to making the choice is to look at what each party has done in the past.
Hunters may not see fewer deer when firearms deer season opens Nov. 8, but regulations implemented to help increase Minnesota’s deer population will place more of those deer off limits, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said.