As 2012 draws to a close, MinnPost is beginning a series of articles reviewing noteworthy Minnesota news events of the year. Each account will be told through the voices of individual Minnesotans whose names may not be familiar to many, but who experienced a part of one of those events.
Starting today, Dec. 20, the first-person narratives will describe individuals’ experiences related to the flooding in Duluth, the lockout of Crystal Sugar employees, the building of the Central Corridor light-rail line, bullying at school, the introduction of electronic pull-tabs, and more.
You can read the first one here: Waiting for marriage-vote results: ‘This was deeply personal.’
Look each day for a new segment, which will be collected at Minnesota Moments 2012.