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Growing up with a father who was a storyteller, Thay Sai Htoo fondly remembers the stories of his childhood. Htoo was born in the Karen State in Myanmar, the Southeast Asian country formerly known as … more
By now, everyone has seen images of plastic-strewn beaches around the world. Half a billion shampoo and conditioner bottles get tossed out every year in this country alone. Nora Schaper and her three … more
When Starr Jones* tells her story, people can’t believe this is happening in Minnesota. They can’t believe that the dad was investigated by child protection when their first daughter was … more
Located in the Hamline-Midway area at 1564 Lafond Ave., this play space has been completely replaced, including new safety surfacing and new drains underneath to keep the playground dry. The new play … more
Like many issues, domestic abuse situations have only been heightened by COVID-19. Jerrod Brown, a professor at Concordia University and program director for the Master of Arts degree in human … more
The St. Paul School Board is preparing to vote Nov. 16, 2021, on a plan that would close schools including Galtier and Jackson elementaries and the LEAP Academy High School, and make program changes … more
St. Paul religious leaders and their allies aren’t making a joyful noise over proposed zoning regulations on accessory uses at their facilities. But with a court-ordered deadline for the city … more
Keystone KraftersSew, bead, sketch, quilt, paint (nontoxic) knit, crochet, coloring or so any portable project with the Keystone Krafters. It is a great time to share projects, get advice for new … more
Night Trains™ season is back. This special holiday tradition returns to the Twin City Model Railroad Museum (668 Transfer Road, Suite 8) runs every Saturday evening from 3-7 p.m. through the … more
HiWay celebrates 90 yearsHiway Credit Union began in 1931 when a group of employees from the Minnesota Highway Department (now MnDOT) first conducted business out of a simple metal cash box. Two … more
Three Como AP Government seniors are serving as interns this fall with the League of Women Voters St. Paul (LWVSP). PaNra Lee, Chikamso Chijioke and Lucy Hebble have developed a voter advocacy … more
Parks funding wins OKGrants and donations for improvements to area parks and trails won St. Paul City Council in October.The council received $22,693 from the Ramsey County Soil and Water … more
Keystone project moves aheadKeystone Community Services’ planned new and expand food shelf facilities took a step ahead Oct. 20 as the St. Paul City Council approved an allocation of $902,255 … more
B Line bus rapid transit service is to start in 2024, providing a faster connection between St. Paul’s Union Depot and Uptown Minneapolis. The $65 million project’s final corridor and … more
After years of being in three separate buildings, St. Paul City School District is constructing a new facility. The school celebrated with an official groundbreaking at University Ave. and Marion St. … more
“”~ “The truth is, you are either here to enlighten or to discourage.”~ Prince Hello Monitor readers,We are making it through another incredible and unpredictable year … more
In the autumn season nearing winter, I don’t often think about planting or new beauty popping up in yards. Yet, here at the Hamline Midway Coalition (HMC), trees are being rooted in yards and a … more
On Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, the Minnesota United Football Club (MNUFC) hosted the first high school matches ever played at Allianz Field – the sixth annual Mayor’s Cup trophy games between … more
When Mishka Vertin moved from New York City to Minneapolis in 2014, she hit the ground running. Trained as a social worker, she took a job at Mill City Running while looking for a job in her field. … more
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