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Hello Greater Hamline/Midway Community, Like many I started this year with a New Year’s Resolution. My resolution has been very challenging due to … more
Capturing moments By Abha Karnick South Minneapolis writer and photographer, Abha Karnick They look at the combination, never verbally questioning. But they don’t have to – … more
Mayor Carter is using crisis as cover for questionable hires By Shirley Erstad, Dave Durenberger and Laura Goodman The year is more than half over and what a ride it has been. Globally, … more
By JESSICA KOPP, Saint Paul Public School board member Jessica Kopp jessica.kopp@spps.org At four in the morning on March 13, the first teacher strike in St. Paul in over 70 years ended. … more
Melvin Giles   These lyrics were jointly written by Megan P, Deon H. and Melvin G. The song is a tribute to Bill Withers. When I wake up in the morning light I think about my … more
Building a stronger Midway Chad Kulas Over the past month you have probably noticed more businesses reopening, leading to more cars on the road and fewer people staying at home. In the Midway, … more
Have a little grace Amy Pass There was a saying that was repeated so often when I was in graduate school that we all used to groan when our professors would say it. It was a deceptively simple … more
South Minneapolis writer and photographer, Abha Karnick I watched his last breath. Millions of people soon would as well. I can’t breathe. He was murdered on my block next to the bus I … more
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by Dr. Ronald Bell, Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church pastor My city is burning, but not in the way the media is showing. Did you see the fire, not the one burning down the precinct but … more
By CHAD KULAS, Chad Kulas Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director chad@midwaychamber.com Without question, these past few weeks have been some of the most stressful and difficult days in the … more
Tesha M. Christensen Newspapers have your back. We really do. Now more than ever, local is important. Who is open? Who is sick? Who is helping others? Who can you turn to for inspiration and … more
We are not believed about our own lives Dear Editor: Thank you for interviewing Leigh Ann Block and, presumably, believing her story. Unlike the lawyers, judges and social workers who cared … more
Dear Editor: The Monitor is a great community resource and keeps so many people ‘in the know’. I appreciated the November issue with the focus on local foodies. A statement attributed to … more
Too Much Coffee Tesha M. Christensen By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN, Tesha@LongfellowNokomisMessenger.com Let’s give a hand to our newspaper carriers, those wonderful people who are out delivering the … more
Building a Stronger Midway By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director It’s January 2020, which means a new year and a new decade. For many, the start of a year is the best time to … more
By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director As you look outside, you know winter is upon us. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, we are in a busy time – between holidays, … more
By DENIS WOULFE, Denis@MonitorSaintPaul.com or 651-917-4183 Denis Woulfe Over the years, the Midway Como Monitor has had the good fortune to have a great working relationship with the Midway Chamber … more
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