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5 MN-Made Holiday Ornaments

Local makers have crafted perfect baubles to refine your holiday tree

New App Spots COVID Cases Near You

Using Bluetooth technology, the Department of Health’s app tracks the coronavirus to curtail exposure
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Bloomington Father and Son Expand Parachute Business to Make Masks

Buddy and Ky Michaelson have made thousands of masks using parachute materials since March
Janssen Hang, Hmong American Farmers Association

GiveMN’s Give to the Max Day Is More Important Than Ever

This year puts a spotlight on organizations impacted by the pandemic and racial inequality
The entrance to the Wolakota Buffalo Range property, sign reads "Mustang Meadows"

How the Rosebud Sioux Created the World’s Biggest Native-Managed Buffalo Herd

Rosebud Economic Development Corporation’s Wolakota Buffalo Range strives for cultural, environmental, and political relevance

Racial Justice Uprising Ignites Protests of Minnesota’s Largest School District

Unpacking the history of accusations of racial and LGBTQ discrimination against the Anoka-Hennepin School District
 
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Bloomington Father and Son Expand Parachute Business to Make Masks

Buddy and Ky Michaelson have made thousands of masks using parachute materials since March

Duluth’s First Female Pro Boxer, Amy Lemenager, Hits Hard

Amy Lemenager discusses her nickname “Hard Hands,” her Duluth training, and her decision to pursue law enforcement

Behind the Mask: Gov. Tim Walz’s Fight to Unite Minnesota

A masked-up discussion of racial justice, RBG, unions, and his biggest pandemic regret

Twin Cities Chefs Serve Southern Cooking and Social Change in St....

Now in central Minnesota: New Orleans flair, French-style pastries, and an anti-racism mission
 
Janssen Hang, Hmong American Farmers Association

GiveMN’s Give to the Max Day Is More Important Than Ever

This year puts a spotlight on organizations impacted by the pandemic and racial inequality

Behind the Mask: Gov. Tim Walz’s Fight to Unite Minnesota

A masked-up discussion of racial justice, RBG, unions, and his biggest pandemic regret

10 Ways to Enhance Diversity and Inclusion in Your Workplace

U.S. Bank’s chief diversity officer Greg Cunningham offers tips for building inclusivity and responding to racial injustice

Uprising Follows Black Man’s Suicide in Downtown Minneapolis

The Minnesota National Guard responded to violence, fire, and looting near Nicollet Mall
 

New App Spots COVID Cases Near You

Using Bluetooth technology, the Department of Health’s app tracks the coronavirus to curtail exposure
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Best of MN 2020: Readers’ Choice

You picked ’em—the best burger, bakery, barber, bike trail, and more than 80 other bests throughout the state

Dr. Jason R. Maxwell Believes Health Equity Makes Our Nation Stronger

The HealthPartners Chair of Pediatrics strives to point children toward success

Dr. Caitlin Eccles-Radtke On Staying One Step Ahead of the Pandemic

The infectious disease specialist leads Hennepin Healthcare's COVID-19 response
 
Addington Co.

5 MN-Made Holiday Ornaments

Local makers have crafted perfect baubles to refine your holiday tree
Ashlea Halperns sizes up the selections at Wolcyn Tree Farm in Cambridge, Minnesota. Cutting down your own Christmas tree is romantic, epic, and inherently nostalgic—but it's also trickier than (or just as tricky?) as movies make it out to be.

The Hunt for the Perfect Holiday Tree

The joys (and perils) of choosing an evergreen, chopping it down, hauling it home, and setting it up—from the POV of a couple MN transplants
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What Will Black Friday Look Like This Year?

The pandemic has pushed Twin Cities retailers and malls to reimagine the holiday shopping season
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8 Tips to Choose and Cut Your Own Holiday Tree

We spoke to an expert at Wolcyn Tree Farms about how to find the perfect pine this season

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