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Jul 30th

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Hispanic and women farmers claim discrimination

WASHINGTON – As part of continued efforts to close the chapter on allegations that discrimination occurred at USDA in past decades, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Assistant Attorney General Tony West last week announced the establishment of a process to resolve the claims of Hispanic and women farmers and ranchers who assert that they were discriminated against when seeking USDA farm loans.
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Brooklyn Park mourns loss of Steve Lampi

Brooklyn Park mourns loss of Steve LampiSteve Lampi brought a strong resolve and quiet determination to his two-plus terms as Mayor of Brooklyn Park. It was with those same qualities that he fought his own personal battle against cancer in ...
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The Grand Finale

The Grand FinaleFamily members and friends last week bid adieu in grand style to their beloved, Nellie Ruth Brown, in services at True Vine Missionary Baptist Church, 2639 Thomas Avenue N. in Minneapolis, and in an e...
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Connecting Capitol with Community

State Rep. Rena Moran (DFL – St. Paul) announced the following meetings in March to connect Capitol with Community. Moran invites members of the public to attend collaborative discussions with communi...
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Connecting Capitol with Community

State Rep. Rena Moran (DFL – St. Paul) announced the following meetings in March to connect Capitol with Community. Moran invites members of the public to attend collaborative discussions with communi...
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