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More community dialogue needed on drastic plan to close North High

State Rep. Bobby Champion (DFL – Minneapolis) and State Rep. Jeff Hayden (DFL – Minneapolis) recently responded to Minneapolis Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson’s plan to close Minneapolis North High School. Champion, a graduate of North High, said closing the cities most storied high school sends the wrong message to the people of North Minneapolis. 

“I am not ready to give up on our future, but that appears to be what some people think we should do,” said Champion. “This is my home and this is our community. We need to stand together for our schools, for our children, and for our community. Now is not the time to cut and run.”
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Mary David receives Arc Housing Award

Mary David receives Arc Housing AwardMary David, who supports people with developmental disabilities living independently in South Minneapolis, received the Inclusive Housing Award from The Arc of Minnesota. David received her award at ...
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October is Get Going Living Green Month

October is Get Going Living Green MonthAs we prepare for fall, make sure you take time to add a bit of green to your routine. If you are up for the challenge, pick one thing that you will try or do this month. Here are some examples, and f...
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Residents rally for bus access

Residents rally for bus accessTransportation justice means transportation access, said North Minneapolis residents and business owners who held a protest rally at Golden Valley & Penn last Saturday.

At issue was Metro Transit’s rem...
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Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church celebrates contributions

On November 15, 1866, Pilgrim Baptist Church was formally organized. The African American congregation, granted mission status by the First Baptist Church of St. Paul, met in various residences for a ...
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