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Georgia Ellyse partners with Faith's Lodge to honor life after death

Georgia Ellyse partners with Faith's Lodge to honor life after deathColumbus, Ga. – Minnesota born radio and television personality ,Georgia Ellyse, suffered the loss and accidental death of her infant daughter in 2007.

At the time, Ellyse was 19 and headed into her sophomore year of college. The current Foxie 105 FM (WFXE, Columbus, Ga.) Morning Show co-host found solace in a remote location of Danbury, Wis., where Faith's Lodge provides resort and hope to grief stricken families.
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Sabathani kicks off its March campaign

Sabathani kicks off its March campaignSabathani Community Center will be hosting a food and fund drive as part of the March Campaign, a statewide effort coordinated by the Minnesota FoodShare to raise food for local food shelves. Sabathani's goal is to collect 100,000 pounds of food and raise $25,000.
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Juggling life's choices from the kitchen

Juggling life's choices from the kitchenWhen most of us shudder at the thought of feeding 100 people, Lachelle Cunningham's wheels start turning.

She's thinking, "What's fresh and available? What ethnic cuisine should I explore? Which dish should I prepare that's tried and true and where can I be completely creative?"
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Metro Transit seeks input to shape service improvement plan

Metro Transit seeks input to shape service improvement planMetro Transit is asking for customer and community feedback to help develop a 10- to 15-year plan for expansion of its bus system.
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office hosts winter Hooked on Fishing; Not Drugs event

Hennepin County Sheriff's Office hosts winter Hooked on Fishing; Not Drugs eventThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Little Earth, Minnesota DNR, and the Hennepin County Sheriff Foundation, hosted the first ever winterized Hooked on Fishing; Not Drugs event. More than a dozen kids ages 10-14 spent the afternoon ice fishing with deputies and learning the best ways to reel in "a big one." The event took place at Fort Snelling State Park on Snelling Lake.
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OUR STORIES | Debra Stone — Representing North Minneapolis

OUR STORIES | Debra Stone — Representing North MinneapolisNovember 19, 2013

"For us on the North side, we are always pissed off at the media because they say crap about the north side," said Debra Stone. "I never thought of myself as a journalist until I was accepted into this media skills class. I was hung up on the fact that a journalist gets a MA degree from Medill and Columbia and you have to have all of these credentials and get accepted into this small, elite little group."
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Randy Lane Plumbing and sons works with fire artists to reimagine historic building

Randy Lane Plumbing and sons works with fire artists to reimagine historic buildingLike many buildings over a century old, 1501 West Broadway has seen a lot of change over the years.

The two-story building at the corner of Irving Avenue North and West Broadway in north Minneapolis was once a livery stable, grocery store, dance hall, linoleum store and even a roller rink. Since 1979, it has been owner-occupied by Randy Lane and Sons Plumbing and Heating, one of the area's most trusted plumbing businesses.
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