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Desk attendants and caretakers at condo buildings across the Twin Cities could go on strike next month in an effort to force their employer, FirstService Residential, to negotiate with them. Workers on Tuesday announced they voted to authorize a multi-day strike in October because FirstService has ignored their requests to discuss a “fair process” for […]

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(Moorhead, MN)--Anti-abortion activists are taking their battle to what they call the “front line” in Moorhead. North Dakota’s only abortion clinic, formerly in Fargo, is now open across the Red River in Moorhead. The clinic’s owner, Tammi Kromenacker, has a court hearing August 19th on her lawsuit challenging North Dakota’s “trigger law” banning abortion after the U-S Supreme Court overturned Roe-V-Wade.Kromenacker says Red River Women’s Clinic worked day and night to be ready to see patients and they “mourn leaving North Dakota.”

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Walker resident Meryle O’Connor, 93, donated 15 children’s quilts to the Akeley Regional Community Shelter. Meryle and her daughter Janet O’Co…

The Dayton’s Project was announced to great hoopla in 2018, promising to bring life to one of downtown Minneapolis’ most iconic properties. A developer team was going to rehab the 120-year-old building into a mixed-use office, retail and food hall, marking a resurrection for the mothballed department store. It was welcome news because Dayton’s holds […]

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