MinnPost, which began with a handful of editors relying on free-lance reporters, now has seven staff writers and a dozen regular writers on contracts.
Eight and a half years after founding MinnPost, Joel and Laurie Kramer announce that they will be transitioning out of management later this year.
For the second year in a row we were named by the Online News Association as one of the top sites in the nation for enterprises with fewer than 50 staff members.
With current donations totaling $20,287, we’re still far from last year’s total of $58,000.
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Thanks to 1250 newsmakers, news junkies and friends who came to entertain or be entertained, to socialize, and to support MinnPost on the biggest day of our year.
Sponsorships for MinnRoast 2015 now total $98,700 — which means we only need one more to reach $100,000.
In 2014, MinnPost began positioning itself for the future, hiring two new top leaders and embarking on a major, multi-year initiative to increase membership.
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