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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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GED Grad Poised for Success

AIOIC was created in 1979 to respond to high unemployment and poverty rates among Native Americans in the Twin Cities area.

Minnesotan 'detectorists' are on the hunt for buried treasures

Gallery: Reese Burnett is the guy in search of buried treasure, specifically gold jewelry lost at the bottom of lakes. Burnett a metal detectors, armed with a waterproof metal detecting devices to see what's buried underground or dropped at beaches wading around the shoreline along the main beach at Lake Phalen just to see what he could turn up Thursday 25, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN.

'I don't want you to get shooted': daughter of slain Minnesota man's girlfriend

The young daughter of a woman whose boyfriend was fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer last year can be heard pleading with her mother to be quiet and cooperate with police, saying "I don't want you to get shooted," newly released video footage showed. The video is from the interior of the police cruiser of the partner of St. Anthony Police Department officer Jeronimo Yanez, who fatally shot Philando Castile in July 2016 during a traffic stop.

Barrel Theory Beer Co.: Anticipated brewery tricks out former Lowertown magic shop

Stumbling distance from CHS Field in Lowertown St. Paul, there's a line of people staring into the front window of Barrel Theory Beer Company , hands shielding their eyes from the glare. It's an auspicious, high-trafficked spot on the sunny corner of Wacouta and 7th St. that's sat unused since Twin Cities Magic and Costume vacated the location in late 2012 , rousing plenty of suspicion in the locals.

GoFundMe started for Tessie Thompson-Sylvester, widowed mother with inoperable cancer

On June 16, Thompson-Sylvester lost her husband, John "Sly" Sylvester, who'd battled ALS for years. The tragic loss should've shifted Tessie's focus from caring for John to providing for their two boys, six-year-old Gus and five-year-old Freddy.

St. Paul DFL: 'I thought we were supposed to be better than this'

Sharon Slettehaugh walked into the Washington Tech Magnet School on Rice Street for the St. Paul DFL City Convention on June 17 with a vote for the taking. Entering the building mid-morning, Slettehaugh was leaning toward Melvin Carter III , the front-runner to secure the party endorsement in the upcoming mayoral race.

Minnesota Basketball: #TBT Gophers in the NBA

From the wonderful basketball-reference.com you can peruse all 41 Gopher hoopers that played in either the NBA or ABA . If you want to read about the only Minnesota player ever taken #1 overall in the NBA Draft check out this #TBT post from last year .

Preparing to port

A recent Housing Study conducted for the city of Pipestone highlighted that while there are families in Pipestone in need of low income housing, and there is low income housing assistance available, the two are not coming together. This has led to a problem that must be dealt with by Tammy Manderschied, executive director of the Pipestone Housing and Redevelopment Authority , as a surplus of unused money has accumulated in the reserves of the Section 8 program that funds the Housing Choice Vouchers.

The week's 27 best concerts: June 21-27

Christian Sands Trio Dakota, Wednesday 6.21 Pianist Christian Sands, still flying a bit under the radar at age 27, appears poised to grab the spotlight with his fine new album, Reach . A protA©gA©e of Dr. Billy Taylor, Sands has had notable stints with Los Hombres Calientes, Bobby Sanabria's Afro-Cuban band, and bassist Christian McBride, who co-produced Reach.

Minneapolis parks get Little Free Libraries

Minneapolis Foundation president and CEO R.T. Rybak and Tyrize Cox of the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation board cut a ceremonial ribbon to open the Little Free Library to the kids. While playing their favorite game at a local park this summer, Minneapolis children will have the chance to pick out a book to read at one of the tiny free libraries that have popped up across the city.

Utepils Brewery

Pronounced "ohh-tah-pilz," the brewery, located at 225 Thomas Ave. N, Minneapolis, opened late this winter and focuses on classic, low alcohol European style beers like pilsners, Kolschs, and hefeweizens. They make well rounded beer that can be enjoyed no matter the weather or food pairing.

Minneapolis to buy Kmart site that blocks at Nicollet Avenue

Years of negotiations and $8 million have brought Minneapolis one step closer to achieving a longtime goal: reopening Nicollet Avenue S. at Lake Street, where a Kmart store has blocked the intersection for 40 years. The city is proceeding with plans to buy the 10-acre parcel beneath Kmart from the New York investor who owns it.

Just Sold: Episcopal offices moving to N. Minneapolis

The Episcopal Church of Minnesota plans to move its offices this fall into this two-story, multi-use building at 1101 W. Broadway Ave. in Minneapolis, which it has acquired for $1.8 million. The diocese has partnered with Episcopal Homes to build senior apartments on the site of its current offices at 1730 Clifton Place in Minneapolis.

Taylor J moves past mixtapes with his debut album, 'Who Would've Thought'

It's Friday after midnight, and the West Bank's century-old Viking Bar is packed. Around 100 rap fans are gathered for the Young N Reckless hip-hop showcase, organized by Tavey Shaw-Martin, who runs the local blog Motivation to Hustle.

TEGNA Wins Nine National Edward R. Murrow Awards

TEGNA Inc. today won nine National Edward R. Murrow Awards, including two by KARE in Minneapolis, MN. The Edward R. Murrow Awards are sponsored by the Radio Television Digital News Association and honor outstanding achievements in electronic journalism.

Dashcam video shows officer firing 7 shots into Castile car

In this image made from July 6, 2016, video captured by a camera in the squad car of St. Anthony Police officer Jeronimo Yanez, the Minnesota police officer shoots at Philando Castile in the vehicle during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, Minn. Yanez's backup officer Joseph Kauser is seen standing on the passenger side of the vehicle.

Trauma counseling in wake of Yanez acquittal available in Minneapolis

Walk-in counseling and listening sessions are being set up in Minneapolis on both the north and south sides for people coping with trauma after the acquittal of Jeronimo Yanez in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile during a Falcon Heights traffic stop. NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center, 1313 Penn Av.

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