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On the second and fourth Wednesday afternoons of the month since July, folks have put on masks and gathered outside the Bossen Park Apartments in Nokomis East. The 50 apartment buildings of various … more
It’s no secret that Covid-19 has kept local theaters and audiences away from one another with no return in sight. Two weeks into the pandemic, Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater … more
The Nokomis East Business Association (NEBA) is excited to announce our first ever Nokomis East Scavenger Hunt! This community event will run from Nov.28 through Dec.12 to kick-off the holiday … more
Food distributionPlease join NENA on the second and fourth Wednesday of November and on Dec. 16 for our free food and supply distribution. We offer a wide selection of fresh produce, dairy, meat, … more
Eric Olson with with Sarah and Wren (4 yr-old) and Hazel (blonde 2-yr-old) Eric Olson is thinking long term when he looks at the financial benefits of his investment in in a solar … more
Metro Transit says it is a good thing fewer people have been using light rail since March The Blue Line averaged over 32,000 riders a day last year. (Photo by Terry Faust) Normally, a … more
Catch former Nokomis mail carrier Vincent Wyckoff talking about his new book during a virtual interview on Saturday, Sept. 19, noon to 1 p.m. It is hosted by Once Upon a Crime. Signed … more
Tanya Welch of Hiawatha Suites Senior Living Seniors at Hiawatha Suites Senior Living, 4140 Dight Ave. S., watched as Irish dancers … more
As COVID-19 forces educational changes, some parents are considering whether online schooling through their district or homeschooling on their own will work better for their families. Kathy … more
Leslie Pitt’s life changed forever on the first day of summer vacation when she was six years old. After playing with her best friend, she hopped onto her bike for a short ride but … more
Becky Timm, NENA Executive Director By BECKY TIMM, Executive Director becky.timm@nokomiseast.org Food resources The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic were swift and continue to unfold for our Nokomis … more
Patricia Torres Ray, Minnesota Senator 63 Melanie Majors, Longfellow Community Council Executive Director Why is the city leaving Longfellow residents and businesses out of its plans for … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN For more than a century, the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board (MPRB) has not allowed camping or other overnight activity in the parks between the hours of midnight and … more
Judy Ayers, South High Foundation The South High Foundation, 3131 19th Ave. South, was started in 1983 with only $75. Their goal was to provide financial assistance to students and … more
High school sports evaporated with the spring thaw due to COVID-19 but recognizing top student athletes didn’t. Three area seniors received Athena award honors, capping their … more
Nokomis resident Laurie Meyers protests at Minnehaha and Nokomis. (Photo by Tesha M. Christensen) Stefanie Beniek is driven to be a visual reminder every Monday night from 5-7 p.m. at Minnehaha … more
Jerome Evans NENA Board President By JEROME EVANS Dear Nokomis East Community: this is a letter of gratitude. In case we haven’t met, my name is Jerome Evans and I chair the board of directors for … more
Nokomis East Neighborhood Association By BECKY TIMM, Executive Director becky.timm@nokomiseast.org Becky Timm, NENA Executive Director Food resources With the COVID-19 pandemic and the loss of stores … more
In touch through video calls, telephone, email, and postal mail By IRIC NATHANSON Joy and Randy Nelson keep in touch online with their fellow members at Holy Trinity Church. (Photo by Terry Faust) … more
"Water quality and stormwater management are really big values for us," observed Nokomis resident Steffanie Musich as she drinks a glass of water on her rooftop garden. (Photo by … more
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