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It’s been seven years since the conversation about the future of the Lake Hiawatha Golf Course started. And neighborhood residents are still waiting for something to be done about the trash.It … more
Christian Ledesma is the new principal at Roosevelt High School, but the hallways and classrooms are very familiar to him. He completed a one-year internship there in 2016, and was Roosevelt’s … more
Drop by Sibley Park on Aug. 18 from 6-8 p.m. for a hot dog picnic including all-beef franks, chips, beverage and a treat, along with games and more. Vegan and vegetarian hot dog options available. … more
Tell the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board what you’d like to see at Sibley and Corcoran parks.The playground equipment and wading pool will be replaced at Sibley Park (1900 E 40th St.). … more
After a pause, U-Haul is moving ahead with plans to tear down the existing buildings on the site and build a five-story, 1,200-unit storage facility on the southeast corner of Hiawatha Ave. and 42nd … more
What's next for Hiawatha Golf Course? The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners voted against approving the master plan created by community members that would have removed the … more
Roosevelt High School students joined a statewide walkout to stand against racial injustice on April 19, the day closing arguments were given in the Derek Chauvin trial. Participants took the light … more
The pollution from the city’s proposed plan to expand its public works facility at Hiawatha and E. 26th would affect a majority of South Minneapolis, pointed out representatives of the East … more
Most sellers become buyers and it’s a pro/con market on either side, observed Jay Anderson, who has been selling in South Minneapolis since 1993. He is a broker/realtor with Coldwell Banker … more
The golf course will remain at Hiawatha Golf Course, but it will likely shift from 18-holes to 9-holes.After a contentious six-year planning process, the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board … more
Steve Brandt announces his candidacy for one of two citizen seats on the Minneapolis Board of Estimate and Taxation.He pledged to employ common sense and good judgment on the board that sets the … more
The combination of winter weather with its days of cold temperatures and shorter daylight hours, along with the isolation and fear caused by COVID-19, strikes a depressive chord within many. But if … more
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The Michael ‘Taz’ and Sakiko Nilan family has a global perspective on things as they’ve lived in both Japan (where Sakiko is front) and Minnesota (where Taz … more
To a cross country skier, there are few sounds more magical than the swoosh of their skis on a freshly groomed trail – and Minnesota has no shortage of these.According to Gail Lundeen Brand, … more
Nokomis resident Angela Casselton was recently named executive director of the Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ), a non-profit organization that attracts and supports creatives … more
The Minneapolis Board of Education has announced South High School junior Mary Ghebremeskal will serve as its next Student Representative. She replaces outgoing Student Representative Nathaniel … more
The Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan has been approved by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) of Commissioners.The Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan is a written … more
The Hiawatha Golf Course master plan is heading to the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners for review and a public hearing in January 2021.The comment period for the draft master … more
Aric Hay (pictured left) and Bob St. Mane (pictured right in baseball cap) are partners in an entrepreneurial effort. They recently donated 500 “Southside Strong” T-shirts to business owners … more
“Keep that Hope Machine running strong,” urge The Okee Dokee … more
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