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A/1 Contract No. 15-036  INVITATION TO BID – MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE WORK AT VARIOUS PHA SITES

A/1 Contract No. 15-036 INVITATION TO BID – MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE WORK AT VARIOUS PHA SITES

Aug. 27 |   A/1 Contract No. 15-036 INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by the Public Housing Agency of the City of Saint Paul at 261 E. University Avenue, ‘ St. Paul, Minnesota 55130 for MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE WORK AT VARIOUS PHA SITES,...

St. Cloud: Mayor’s racism apology was damage control-driven, not remorse

St. Cloud: Mayor’s racism apology was damage control-driven, not remorse

Aug. 24 |               By Myrle B. Cooper and Michael A. Davis Guest Commentators   Last January, St. Cloud mayor Dave Kleis admitted in belated, childish and insultingly simplistic terms the community’s well-documented...

McNair Scholars a pipeline for people of color into STEM graduate studies

McNair Scholars a pipeline for people of color into STEM graduate studies

Aug. 24 | By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Eighteen students from the Twin Cities and Duluth University of Minnesota campuses, Carleton College, and Macalester College this summer participated in research projects in hopes to convince them to pursue graduate...

‘Special needs’ children?  You must be joking.

‘Special needs’ children? You must be joking.

Aug. 23 | Who and what is a “Special Needs Child”? Here we go again with some fool somewhere making up labels for people they have no concept of. First and foremost, the label dehumanizes the most precious of our human resources. This label confuses the...

Fifty years of war on poverty

Fifty years of war on poverty

Aug. 23 | Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties marks a half-century of active service   From August 6 through August 8, Minnesota Community Action Partnership held its annual conference in Duluth, celebrating 50 years of...

Police violence against Blacks incites unrest nationwide

Police violence against Blacks incites unrest nationwide

Aug. 23 | It has happened here. Could it happen again?  Police won’t say. News Analysis By Isaac Peterson Contributing Writer   Last year, long before most people had heard of Ferguson, Missouri, the United States Supreme Court struck down a key provision...

Two top prep prospects

Two top prep prospects

Aug. 23 |               A couple of weeks ago I attended the annual Under the Radar Showcase at Macalester College featuring four games between the top high school boys’ basketball players in the metro area according to...

Who killed Mike Brown? What to do?

Who killed Mike Brown? What to do?

Aug. 22 | Mike Brown is dead. The Ferguson police took their time in giving up the killer, Darren Wilson. But we know the name of his accomplice. So we know who and what killed Mike Brown. It was the political, economic, social system called capitalism. It...

Ferguson, MO: an American race tragedy, again. Conflicting versions with  parallels to Minneapolis

Ferguson, MO: an American race tragedy, again. Conflicting versions with parallels to Minneapolis

Aug. 22 | Michael Brown, August 9, 2014, 18 years old, to start college in two days, unarmed. Instead: stopped by police while walking on a Ferguson, MO street, suburb of St. Louis, he was shot and killed. Rioting, burning, and looting followed: “…like...