Starting around 2008, the fair media team realized that they were sitting on some valuable information. Hence the birth of the annual new food rollout.
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Racism, Rent and Real Estate: Fair Housing Reframed will also look at how housing barriers continue to affect people of color in Minnesota.
The presence of a new business along the main drag of this Sibley County town – and a high-tech one, at that – has generated some buzz in the community.
Trying to divine the meaning of a job that didn’t exist before the Obama presidency.
Ghana-born Eunice Adjei-Bosompem wants to ease the transition for other immigrants in St. Cloud, to help them make a home — and an impact — in their city.
Just eight years ago, the share of male registered nurses in Minnesota was 8 percent; today, it’s 10 percent. The jobs are in-demand, pay well and provide varied experiences.
The climate presents challenges, of course, but farmers and ag researchers also see opportunities: Breeding cold-hardy fruit varieties has made the University of Minnesota a lot of money over the years, after all.
Up until a couple of years ago, if you wanted sambusa in the Twin Cities, you had to either make them yourself or go to a Somali restaurant.
Last year, several key House Republicans led the charge on repealing the ban on Sunday liquor sales. But they were far from finished with trying to tweak Minnesota’s liquor laws.
During the training, the employees gain skills before transitioning into actual jobs when someone retires or quits, or if new positions are created.
Since the county launched the Career Pathways program, almost half of the new hires coming into the county have been people of color.
We’re looking for somebody who has an interest in politics and public policy, especially as relates to urban and regional issues.
“We need to do our part as a city to make sure that we … seek talent from all over the place,” said Mark Brinda, who oversees the city’s workforce training initiatives.
Tina Smith traded barbs with Gov. Mark Dayton on the MinnRoast stage for years when she was lieutenant governor. As the junior senator from Minnesota, she’ll be flying solo at MinnRoast 2018.
In our research into the emerging definition of ethics in virtual reality, my colleagues and I interviewed the developers and early users of virtual reality to understand what risks are coming and how we can reduce them.
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Portland developer Kevin Cavenaugh doesn’t build a lot of traditional buildings. What he is known for —and what he came to Minneapolis to talk about — is building smaller.
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