The year hasn’t been all bad, and one of the bright spots has been the response by readers to the journalism MinnPost produced in 2020.
Inside MinnPost is the place for MinnPost staff to talk about what’s going on in our enterprise. We aim to engage in a conversation with our readers, with current and prospective members, and others interested in our grand experiment in high-quality, not-for-profit local journalism.
Be it a federal contest or a suburban City Council race, I believe an indispensable ingredient of a healthy democracy is honest, fair, fact-based journalism.
The coming of COVID-19 has been devastating for the arts. Almost overnight, everything in our buzzing, vibrant arts economy changed.
It’s been an exceptionally busy year for my colleagues and me. In addition to covering the major news events of this year, we’ve launched a daily newsletter to keep you informed about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Minnesotans.
Throughout the pandemic, MinnPost has continued to be your source of critical Minnesota news, and not just on the coronavirus.
Donations from readers like you are crucial in delivering on our nonprofit mission and making our journalism available to all readers for free — no paywall or subscriptions.
Registration is now open for a free virtual event — MinnPost Social: Worst Year Ever? A Panel Discussion — on Tuesday, Dec. 15 from 5 – 6 p.m.
In this unprecedented and unpredictable year, trustworthy news is vital. As a reader-supported, public-service newsroom, we believe it’s our duty to bring you context and clarity around critical issues impacting Minnesotans.
We’re incredibly grateful to the 390 generous donors who gave a total of $28,150 to MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom on Give to the Max Day 2020!
Our goal is to raise $20,000 today, and we currently have $11,500 in matching funds available for donations to MinnPost.
MinnPost marks 13 years of nonprofit, public-service journalism by discussing the Supreme Court with esteemed reporter Linda Greenhouse, and raising crucial funds for the organization’s future.
We reached our Fall Member Drive goal with exactly 200 members!
It’s the last day of our Fall Member Drive, and we’re 43 new/renewing members away from reaching our goal.
I have worked for other news outlets where chasing the daily story was expected. The MinnPost strategy is better — and a lot more fun.
To produce our in-depth coverage of the 2020 election and its far-reaching consequences, we still need to hear from at least 81 new/renewing members by Sept. 24.
Smaller staffs and tighter budgets don’t preclude terrific reporting. But with stronger support comes the ability to do more ambitious, in-depth coverage.
We need to hear from 200 new/renewing members to ensure our team has the resources it needs to bring you context and insight into the state’s races.
At MinnPost, we want to provide our readers with election reporting that’s useful, not sensational.
Join us for a virtual MinnPost Social event to hear more about the 2020 election.
Pulitzer-winning writer Linda Greenhouse will share insights into the Supreme Court and the 2020 election at our Anniversary Celebration, which will be presented virtually on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. CT.