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Gustavo will cover local and regional government for the site.
We’re looking for a reporter who is interested in reporting on critical issues affecting local communities across the Twin Cities metro area.
A note from MinnPost reporter Walker Orenstein.
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While social distancing has us taking a year off from MinnRoast, we’re thanking our supporters for standing with us in the critical time and taking a look back at some of the more memorable moments from MinnRoasts of yesteryear.
To recognize these generous Patrons, sponsors and donors who are supporting our nonprofit newsroom after we had to cancel MinnRoast, we’re pleased to unveil the official MinnRoast 2020 Supporter Thank You Wall. To see your name added, donate by 6 p.m. today, April 17.
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Our next monthly MinnPost member ticket giveaway will start at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, and will feature offers from nine partner organizations.
Tickets for our annual song-and-sketch fundraising extravaganza start at $14, plus fees, and all proceeds provide crucial support for MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
MinnPost members get special pre-sale access and a 25% discount on tickets. Sales will open to the general public on Friday, March 6. Tickets start at $14, plus fees, and all proceeds provide crucial support for MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Here at MinnPost, we want to learn more about what’s important to our readers when it comes to the election.
Holy smokes! Check out the ballooning list of pols and performers who will be flexing their performance chops at MinnRoast on April 17. Patron Packages are available now, giving you the chance to attend the exclusive pre-show reception and support MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.