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Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is inviting Minnesotans to sew protective face masks to protect against sneezes and coughs to help safeguard people supported by the organization, employees and volunteers.
Golden Valley resident dies at 96
Brooklyn Park’s City Council has returned to a remote meeting system as Minnesota’s COVID-19 cases continue to increase, with remote meetings starting Nov. 9.
Until Dec. 9, Hopkins Public Schools will host a series of virtual kindergarten information …
A vacant industrial property at the northwest corner of Boone and 10th Avenue has been redes…
As Minnesota hurtles through the uncharted territory of alarming coronavirus spread, record hospitalizations and deaths from the virus, it’s time for a gut check.
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin, or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
Peter Erickson said there is an “interesting paradox” in the food industry.
Fair Anita is all over the Twin Cities. The jewelry startup handles online orders in Golden Valley, is headquartered in Minneapolis, founder Joy McBrien lives in St. Paul and its products can be found at stores around the metro area. In many ways, Minnesota is a home for the company. In othe…
A vacant industrial property at the northwest corner of Boone and 10th Avenue has been redesignated “institutional” to allow for a K-12 specialty school for students with autism. The Academy of Whole Learning is currently leasing property near the Minnetonka Community Center, and pending Met…
When most people hear the word “Movember,” we typically think of men proudly growing bushy mustaches during the month of November. But it’s actually much greater than just a celebration of facial hair. Movember started in Australia in 2013, where a group of guy friends decided to grow mustac…
Like most Minnesotans and those in the quad communities, I voted (early), helping the state again reach the top echelon of voter participation nationally.
This month our nation recognizes two federal holidays: Veterans Day and Thanksgiving Day. At first glance, these two events seem quite different, but if you look more closely both are steeped in a tradition of giving thanks, and power.
When I was covering the city of Plymouth for Post Newspapers in 1981, I was asked to write about the arrest of then-state Sen. Jim Ramstad. I called his home, where the phone was answered by a member of the Plymouth City Council who handed the phone to Jim.