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Year-end drive inches closer to goal; donations still coming in by mail

Thanks to the generosity of more than 600 readers and with a few remaining donations coming in, we’re within striking distance of hitting the 2017 Year-End Drive goal.

Thanks to the generous support of more than 600 readers during the 2017 Year-End Drive, MinnPost is only $2,691 away from hitting our goal of $75,000. With donations still coming in, we could still get there in the coming days.

There’s still time for you to help us over the top with a tax-deductible donation in support of MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.

A big thank you to those who donated during the drive or any time in 2017. Member support makes it possible for MinnPost to provide engaged Minnesotans with in-depth reporting on the issues impacting our state.

Throughout the drive, we ask supporters to let us know why they’re making their donations. Below is a sampling of what they said.

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Best in-depth coverage of Minnesota stories. — Stephen Colton, New Hope

I value the professional journalism that goes into MinnPost. I also value the Minnesota news, especially the insight into Minnesota politics. — Richard Blake, Grand Rapids

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Excellent reporting on items that interest me greatly, civics, government, and Minnesota news. — Alan Amdahl, Albany

Smart, thoughtful journalism. Never more important. I admire and savor the quality of the writing and appreciate the range of coverage, from politics to regional planning to culture broadly defined (including excellent coverage of the arts). — Kate Tyler, Minneapolis

Good journalism. I especially enjoy reading Eric Black. — Ginny MacKenzie, Roseville

Good local news and voices. A refreshing take on many national issues. — Daniel Shaw, Minneapolis

Great coverage of local and state news. — Gary Cohen, Golden Valley

To support high quality journalism, especially during these times when evidence-based reporting is under attack. — LaDonna Meinecke, Minneapolis