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Sunday, April 28, 2013
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Sunday, April 7, 2013
From information on growing vegetables to summer block parties to Judson Street Fest, it's all in the latest newsletter from the Kingfield Neighborhood Association.
If you can't wait for yours to come in the mail, read all the latest Kingfield news above. For more information on the Kingfield Neighborhood Association, go to kingfield.org. *** From KFNA's website: Welcome to the Kingfield Neighborhood of Minneapolis. We are a friendly neighborhood located in south Minneapolis between Stevens Avenue on the east and Lyndale Avenue on the west, with 36th Street as our northern boundary and 46th Street as our southern boundary. Follow us Southwest Minneapolis Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free daily email newsletter
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Patch is more than a community news hub.
We here at Southwest Minneapolis Patch are so pleased you're checking out our stories, adding to the directory, and following us on Twitter and Facebook. But, did you know there are even more avenues for users to get involved? Here are 12 ways to get more engaged with Patch—and other community members—which we believe will make this an even more vibrant and interactive news hub for the community. 1. Comment on an Article We subscribe to the idea that "news is a conversation." A good portion of our reporting stems from what readers tell us in conversations around town, in e-mails and comments on our sites. Please feel free to share your thoughts and reactions to our articles by posting a comment directly below each story. 2. Start a Blog …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The Hennepin County Sheriff's most recent newsletter.
Editor's Note: The following was taken from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Nov. 28, 2012 newsletter. Sheriff's Office Reminds Residents of Online Safety Needs After Sexting Scandal The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a 52-year-old man from Champlin after he texted a teenage girl and offered to pay her for sex. Mark Jerome Anderson (6/23/60) was formally charged with prostitution of a known juvenile, a felony. The Sheriff’s Office and Dayton Police began investigating the case when authorities learned that a man had been “sexting” with the victim. Anderson had met the victim in an online chatroom and then they began exchanging text messages. During texting, Anderson and the victim discussed their ages and details of …
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
This is a daily video roundup of Patch stories from around the Twin Cities west metro.
Highlights: A St. Louis Park senior is making her mark both on the court and in the classroom, Minnetonka officials are on the hunt for a stranger with candy, Edina residents learn the ins and outs of conducting a traffic stop, the St. Michael American Legion prepares to open a new restaurant and a Fridley dog park is in line for some modifications.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
This is a daily video roundup of Patch stories around the Twin Cities west metro.
Tuesday's PatchCast features Edina Patch's exploration of the city's liquor laws, flooding near St. Michael and the increasing number of coyote sightings in St. Louis Park.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Your daily video roundup of stories around Patch in the Twin Cities west metro.
Highlights: The Columbia Heights boys basketball team is returning to the state tournament following an 81-year dry spell, we go behind the scenes with the Edina Police Department, Richfield officials listened to plans for future city development and a Hopkins church is cooking up a storm every Friday during Lent.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Your daily video roundup of Patch stories from around the Twin Cities west metro.
Highlights: Another Edina restaurant is set to close down for good, Hopkins students showcase their artistic sides at a special exhibit, the 2011 Junior Olympics feature evening events for the first time ever in Golden Valley, a Richfield task force is examining the city's bike routes and St. Louis Park residents prepare for the potential of flooding along Minnehaha Creek.