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There is an increasing need for health care workers in the United States, especially since many left the medical profession after the challenges of COVID-19. The International Institute of … more
Anxiety, restlessness, being a superpower and feeling free and unchained are some of the emotions Saint Paul actor Michael Wolfe experiences while waiting for a bus. Wolfe, who identifies as a … more
Rondo – St. Paul’s vibrant Black community – was torn in two from 1956-1968. Wrecking balls demolished roughly 700 homes and 300 businesses. With the center of the community … more
Brittney Baker began her career in 2012 by attending the Saint Paul Fire EMS Academy, and began working in the Basic Life Support Unit, Regions Emergency Medical Services, and Mercy Hospital in the … more
It’s time again for community members to seek funding for 2025-2026 Long-Range Capital Improvement Budget (CIB) projects. Improvements to Horton Park and bike facilities along Pierce Butler … more
The debate over saving the Hamline Midway Branch Library continues. Preservations are celebrating a win in a Ramsey County District Court case centered on the Minnesota Environmental Policy Act and … more
Trilingua Cinema is about bringing together lots of different kinds of people who maybe wouldn’t mingle in their everyday lives. And they are brought together to share the experience of film. … more
Ah, spring! Many celebrated Earth Day this year by participating in the annual Citywide Spring Cleanup. Individuals, friends, families, even businesses and community organizations shed their winter … more
An extensive update of the St. Paul Bicycle Plan won city council approval April 24, 2024, with support greatly outweighing opposition at council and planning commission public hearings. The … more
The Great Depression was over long before Forrest Wozniak was born. But that time period serves as a backdrop to his career as a sign painter. Wozniak, who was born and raised in South … more
Career and Trade Fair Over 50 representatives from a variety of employers, institutions, and trade groups gathered in the Como gymnasium on April 17 for the annual Career and Trade Fair.  … more
Pavement to walk to class. Electricity to charge a laptop. Water to stay hydrated and focused. These are resources college students rely on every day, but rarely does anyone take time to look at how … more
MAC STUDENTS TO UNIONIZE The student workers of Macalester College are proud to announce that they have started the process of filing for a union election with the NLRB. On Feb. 7, they made … more
On April 19, 2024, the Midway Chamber received the Presidents’ Community Partner Award, nominated by President Brian Friedrich for partnering with Concordia University to bring meaningful … more
MARK DONEUX RETIRES FROM CRWD After 21 years of service with Capitol Region Watershed District, Administrator Mark Doneux announced his upcoming retirement in May 2024. Administrator Doneux … more
What is a watershed? What is our local watershed called? Where does it begin and end?  What is the largest watershed in the U.S.? According to board chair of the League of … more
During its annual Breakfast at the Capitol held in March 2024, Metro State University recognized Senator Sandy Pappas as its 2023 Alumna of the Year. She is shown above at right with Metro State … more
Swimming is a big part of Nate Leber’s life. The Cretin Derham Hall senior started swimming at seven, and today is a member of the school’s swim team and has been all through high school. … more
There are over 35,000 Minnesotans living with limb loss, and thousands more living with limb difference and mobility impairments. Many are unable to access prescribed orthotic and prosthetic care due … more
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