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Located on both banks of the Mississippi River, the city is abundantly rich in water with over twenty lakes and wetlands, the Mississippi River, creeks and waterfalls, many connected by parkways in the Chain of Lakes and the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. Named America's most literate city, it has cultural organizations that draw creative people and audiences to the city for theater, visual art, writing, and music.

Population: 390131
Local Newspapers: Star Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Local Colleges: Metropolitan State University

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From reissues to reunions: What Prince fans can look forward to this year

Your opportunities to celebrate Prince and absorb his music won't end this week with the first anniversary of his death. In fact, this year might offer more noteworthy Prince-related events and releases than even last year did.

A really Big show

Andee Wilcox, center, and other members of the Energy City Voices laugh and joke around between songs during a free concert at the High Plains Grill at Gillette College. Drummer Addy Buchanan plays the bongos during a performance by the Energy City Voices during a free concert at the High Plains Grill at Gillette College on April 18. Michael Staton gets close to Bailey Knopp as they belt out a song during an Energy City Voices' performance of their program, "An Evening with the Voices, Andee Wilcox, center, and other members of the Energy City Voices laugh and joke around between songs during a free concert at the High Plains Grill at Gillette College.

Our View: Immunizations are safe, and they work

The world is coming close to eliminating polio from the face of the earth. Thanks to massive immunization efforts since 1985, only a handful of new cases of the once-dreaded disease pop up each year, in war torn and remote areas of the world like Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria.

Sleepy Eye man who fell into pile of burning leaves dies

Authorities say a man from the southern Minnesota town of Sleepy Eye who fell into a pile of burning leaves and debris has died. The Hennepin County medical examiner's office said Saturday that 73-year-old Richard Emil Martinka died of complications from his burns Friday night at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.

For principals, job is full of flux and growing demands

Gallery: South High Principal Ray Aponte made his daily walk and presence through the school, Tuesday, April 19, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. Gallery: South High Principal Ray Aponte gave a fist bump to a student in one of the many classes he visits on a daily basis.

South High Principal: Ray Aponte

Gallery: South High Principal Ray Aponte made his daily walk and presence through the school, Tuesday, April 19, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. Gallery: South High Principal Ray Aponte gave a fist bump to a student in one of the many classes he visits on a daily basis.

Robust and Versatile Vises for Aggressive 5-Axis High Precision Machining

Kurt showcases their MaxLock HP Series self-centering vises, DTR DoveLock dovetail 5-axis vises, and DX6 CrossOver vises that are ideal for aggressive 5-axis high precision production machining. Booth 5130: MaxLock HP Series self-centering vises, DTR DoveLock dovetail 5-axis vises, and DX6 CrossOver vises from Kurt are ideal for aggressive 5-axis high precision production machining.

Taliban leader killed in US airstrike

An experienced ag law attorney and ag fi... Minneapolis, Minn. - The Nebraska baseball team opened its weekend road trip with a 5-3 win over Minnesota at Siebert Field on Friday night.

Orange Tree Achieves Background Screening Credentialing Council Re-Accreditation

The National Association of Professional Background Screeners Background Screening Credentialing Council announced today that Orange Tree Employment Screening has successfully demonstrated continued compliance with the Background Screening Agency Accreditation Program and is recognized as BSCC-Accredited. When asked what this national reaccreditation means, Heidi Seaton, Esq.

Thumbs Up/Down

THUMBS UP: The Brown County Historical Society Museum is getting its World War I exhibit ready, and it is getting lots of help from some of the descendants of the folks involved. This week Jay Pfaender, a grandson of Albert Pfaender, the city attorney who was removed from office by the Minnesota Commission on Public Safety during the War in Europe, loaned the museum a loving cup his grandfather had received from his men for service in the National Guard on the Mexican border, which took place the previous year.

West metro briefs: St. Louis Park looking to discontinue primary election

The City Council last week approved the first reading of an ordinance that would eliminate local primary elections, which are held to narrow the field if three or more candidates file for an elected office. If the amended law goes into effect, all candidates would be placed on the general election ballot.

MN measles outbreak puts the focus on immunizations

We may not see cases of diseases like measles very often in Minnesota. But that doesn't mean measles isn't out there - and it's important to make sure children are vaccinated against it, said Dr. Piyush Singh.

BOMA Greater Minneapolis elects officers

The Building Owners and Managers Association Greater Minneapolis elected new officers and directors this week to serve on its board of directors for the 2017-2018 term. Amy Wimmer, a general property manager for Houston-based Hines, was elected as the board president.

Pablo Molinari has been appointed General Manager at Hewing Hotel in Minneapolis - MN, USA

Aparium Hotel Group's Hewing Hotel announces the appointment of Pablo Molinari as General Manager of the hotel. With over 20 years of industry experience, Molinari will leverage his extensive knowledge of the hospitality business to oversee the day-to-day operations and financial success of the hotel and its restaurant, Tullibee.

Bellwether corn claim heads to court

The Old Farmer's Almanac says there is a 50 percent probability that the last frost this spring will be April 30. Conventional wisdom would say that corn-planting season then would start about May 15, two weeks later. Minnesota's first bellwether trial on the sale of genetically modified organisms, i.e., corn, should be in the barn by then, given its start date of April 24 in front of Hennepin County District Court Judge Thomas Sipkins.

'Minnesota is the first place where people have been openly racist toward me'

I was born in Minneapolis, but I lived in Florida, Virginia and North Carolina for most of my life. A few years ago I took a chance and moved up here.

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The public is invited to attend an open house on the resurfacing project on Highway 169 from Blue Earth to Winnebago from 5-7 p.m. May 3 at the Municipal Center, 140th Main Street South, in Winnebago. The construction is scheduled for 2018 and includes an overlay from north of Blue Earth to Faribault County Road 12 in Winnebago, along with pedestrian and sidewalk improvements throughout Winnebago.

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