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Kids connect, gain life skills at Operation: Military Kids summer camp

Military kids and families from around the state are invited to attend Operation: Military Kids camp this summer. There are currently approximately 17,000 kids in Minnesota who are affected by having a family member deployed.

Operation: Military Kids will offer eight opportunities for youth and families to attend camp this summer. Camps are delivered by University of Minnesota Extension’s 4-H program and other partners to help youth understand the deployment process, cope with the stress of a deployment, build communication skills valuable for a homecoming, and connect with other Military youth.  There is no tuition to attend, but a low program fee will cover the cost of camp t-shirts and other minor expenses.
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HmoobTeen Magazine launches fundraising campaign

HmoobTeen Magazine launches fundraising campaign For the past 14 years, Hmong American Partnership’s HmoobTeen Magazine has been the premier publication for Hmong teens to speak and be heard. The magazine has published stories of the struggles and a...
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County honored with economic development award

The Minnesota Association of Professional County Economic Developers has awarded Hennepin County the 2010 Outstanding Economic Development Effort Award for the relocation and expansion of the energy t...
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Hennepin County board approves legislative priorities and bonding requests

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners approved the following projects as priorities for state bonding in 2011:

* Access to I-35W from Lake Street: $6.75 million
* Hennepin County Sherriff’s 911 Com...
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Minnesota bridges still at risk

Today, one out of every eleven bridges that motorists in Minnesota cross each day are likely to be deteriorating to some degree; and 8.8 percent of bridges statewide are rated “structurally deficient”...
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