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Party Chair Keith Downey says the move across town and demographic sectors was a strategic decision as well a financial one.
Under terms of the Orchestra Hall lease, the Minnesota Orchestral Association is required to show how the facility is being used—and will be used—to promote the arts in Minneapolis.
In recent years, studies by Forbes, the Brookings Institution and USA Today found that Minneapolis had bounced back—or bounced ever so gently—on the galloping waves of the recession.
For Minneapolis and St. Paul to remain prosperous, we should learn from other cities, like Denver.
A visit to Vancouver may convince you there’s even a place for high-rises in the livable communities of tomorrow.
The challenge claimed that under the city charter, voters had to approve any stadium spending over $10 million.
Representative Michele Bachmann has a stack of cash left in her congressional campaign account, with no obvious expenses left to spend it on.
The International Institute of Minnesota has trained and graduated close to 2,000 nursing assistants over the last two decades.
Minnesota set up its own health care exchange, Mnsure, which had early technical problems as well, but has since allowed about 3,800 to begin enrolling in coverage.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and Representatives Collin Peterson and Tim Walz are among the 41 lawmakers sitting on the bicameral committee assigned to forge a compromise farm bill before the end of the year.
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