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Tyrone Guzman brought vision, intelligence, spirit to flourishing community

Tyrone Guzmán, Executive Director of Centro Cultural Chicano, passed away June 30, 2009. Guzmán, for 13 years, brought spirit, intelligence, vision, warmth and compassion in service to the organization. He was admired and loved by the board, staff and volunteers of Centro. He cared deeply for his community and had a sincere desire to see it flourish. One could see and feel this when they entered the doors of Centro. Under his leadership and guidance, the organization grew to serve more than 30,000 individuals every year. Centro thrived as he strengthened the agency’s capacity to promote the well being of Latino families in Minnesota within a nurturing cultural sanctuary.
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Minnesota's disabled veterans are now able to use public transportation throughout Minnesota at no charge

Minnesota's disabled veterans are now able to use public transportation throughout Minnesota at no charge ST. PAUL —Minnesota’s disabled veterans are now able to use public transportation throughout Minnesota at no charge beginning July 1, 2009. The transit benefit was passed by the legislature and signed...
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Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) achieves goal

The number of young people detained each day at the Hennepin County Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) dropped 33 percent over the past three years.  The change is one of the goals sought when implementi...
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St. Paul neighborhoods benefit from $2.1M Grant from American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

SAINT PAUL - Summer youth employment, home improvements and a library expansion are some of the projects that will benefit from a $2.1 million community development block grant the City is pursuing th...
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Pilgrim celebrates 146 years

A celebration to honor the oldest existing primarily African-American church in Minnesota is to be observed on June 27 and 28.
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