COVID-19 vaccination rate drops for kids in Minnesota

Vaccine hesitancy, holiday breaks and appointment hassles reduced first-dose vaccinations in children 5-11.
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Minneapolis Park Board declines to extend construction permit for Southwest Light Rail tunnel

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8th St. Market owner Woods Halley prepared to open. The market was robbed six times in November and now won’t accept cash from customers.

Store owners wary, weary as robberies climb in Minneapolis

Some stores have been hit several times, making workers quit and scaring away customers.
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Columnist Lee Schafer signs off grateful for the richness of life.
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When will it be over?

Church bells won't ring out and we won't be dancing in the streets but, with vigilance, COVID-19 will someday be more manageable.

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