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Dec 01st


Supplies depleted: Urgent need for nonperishable food items for North Minneapolis residents

There is an immediate need for nonperishable food items in the North Minneapolis area.

EMERGE, in partnership with Pillsbury United Communities and the United Way, has been actively distributing food items to affected residents of the May 22 tornado.  Due to the overwhelming need of the community, and the inability for people to travel to sites where these services may be available, we have had an overwhelming response for items to be delivered directly to the homes of these families.  Our resources for nonperishable food items and household cleaning supplies have been depleted. 

Hennepin County Sheriff’s office trains Reserve Officers

New Reserve Officers have completed training conducted by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office. They were recognized at a ceremony at the Hennepin County Government Center on May 22, 2011. 

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Northside loses two good men

Northside loses two good men Floyd David Whitfield
The category E2 tornado that ripped through North Minneapolis on Sunday May 22, took the life of Floyd David Whitfield, 59, a well known and loved Minneapolis resident..  Whitfiel...

Funding Cuts to the Court System Breeds Racial Disparity

Hennepin County judges, public defenders, and prosecutors feel like they are being held back by continual funding cuts from the MN Legislature. It is becoming increasingly difficult for them to ensure...

Hayden, Champion receive “Trailblazer” award

State Rep. Jeff Hayden and State Rep. Bobby Joe Champion were each awarded the Minneapolis Urban League’s Trailblazer Award last week at the Minneapolis Urban League’s Annual Gala event. The Trailblaz...
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