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By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Xcel Energy is installing 17,500 new electric meters across South Minneapolis and Eden Prairie in the next few months. The new meters will measure customers’ … more
By CANDACE MILLER LOPEZ Standard Ericsson Neighborhood Association (SENA) and Roosevelt High School (RHS) have come together to design, build and install a 5,000-square-foot urban farm on the … more
Majors honored Longfellow Community Council's Executive Director Melanie Majors has been honored with an award from the Executive Committee of the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) Policy … more
Night Before New Year’s Eve Want to celebrate the New Year with your kids but don’t want the late bedtime hassle? The Night Before New Year’s Eve party, on Monday Dec. 30, 5:30-7:30 p.m., is a … more
Artist Sean Connaughty (at left) worked with Healing Place Collaborative and several dedicated community members and organizations to create a comprehensive exhibit of Lake Hiawatha, a critical … more
END OF YEAR DEVELOPMENT UPDATE By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN 3801 Hiawatha Ave. The southeast corner of Hiawatha and 38th may not be empty much longer. Base Camp Development and DJR Architecture have … more
Chris Mangold said, “Remember the old View Master, where you could see the world at the push of a button? This program is similar, but uses new technology.” (Photo by Margie … more
Members of the Cat Consortium around 19-year-old Tally the Cat include: (left to right) Linda Kusserow, Bonnie Porte, and owner Clare Fossum, who relied on the other women during a recent time away. … more
Northern Lights to take year off Northern Lights.mn is announcing a strategic, one year hiatus from its flagship program, Northern Spark, while the organization undergoes a leadership transition … more
Beginning the week of Sept. 23, 2019, crews will be working in the Minnehaha Park area to prepare the site for construction and construction staging. Work will include: • Tree protection and tree … more
Jay Morgen hung up his mail bag at the Minnehaha Station for the last time on Friday, Aug. 31. After nearly 20 years with the US Postal Service, the veteran mail carrier retired. During … more
Minnesota Historical Society convenes listening sessions across the state The Minnesota Historical Society held its fifth public listening session about the possible renaming of Historic Fort … more
By JAN WILLMS Billy White helps a customer cover up a tattoo. (Photo submitted) When the white supremacist rally took place in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, and a woman was killed, many people were … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Reverend Jim Bear Jacobs ended a Sacred Sites Tour with a song atop the indigenous burial ground at Pilot Knob Hill. He said, “These tours are meant to raise the level of … more
When the river rises, it rinses through the industrial waste which leaches into surrounding river and ground water By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Hidden Falls Regional Park is located along the Mississippi … more
She finally left, but the abuse continues through court system In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month, the Messenger is launching a new series that seeks to puts a face on domestic abuse … more
Domestic violence (also called intimate partner violence (IPV), domestic abuse or relationship abuse) is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another partner … more
ALLY is a beautiful, independent, charismatic woman who is a single mother and full-time student and paralegal. However, her life wasn’t always like this. She spent many years in a very … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN and TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN About 200 South High students walked out of school on Friday, Sept. 20 during the Global Climate Strike. Carrying signs, they headed to the Blue Line … more
While Wayne Tellekson didn't really enjoy biking 40 miles a day this last year, he did enjoy the people, the scenery, and the experience. And when you ride through the big orange arch at the end it … more
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