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Denis Woulfe has been working for the Monitor and Messenger since her was a college intern from Hamline.   Over the years the Longfellow Nokomis Messenger has had the good fortune to have … more
  What’s with the zebra? Last month you may have noticed a zebra show up on the front page of the Messenger. Maybe you noticed a smaller one at the bottom of page four in our … more
It’s time to believe women and children. This month, we launch a new series aimed at putting a face on domestic violence and intimate partner terrorism that we’re calling … more
I have been a writer for the Monitor and Messenger since around 2003. From the time I edited my high school newspaper, I have loved to write. My undergraduate degree is in journalism, … more
We were vacationing up along the North Shore last month and it was a great time of the year to see those iconic spots that make Minnesota the great state it is: the views at Gooseberry Falls, the … more
I’ve worked as a reporter for the Longfellow Nokomis Messenger and Midway Como Monitor since 2015. I came into the job with a fledgling interest in community activism, a 20+ year career as … more
Tesha M. Christensen, owner & editor[/caption] Why do we matter? Why does a small neighborhood newspaper still exist in the days of Facebook and instant online news? What sets the Messenger … more
At 14, Trinidad Flores was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, a condition in which an enlarged heart struggles to pump blood. His mom, Little … more
  Tesha M. Christensen, owner & editor[/caption] Print is dead, you say? Nah. It’s just evolving. A few months ago I attended the Minnesota Newspapers Association (MNA) … more
I've spent the last few weeks helping to introduce the Longfellow Nokomis Messenger's new owner, Tesha M. Christensen, to Messenger … more
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