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Law enforcement makes arrests at Brooklyn Center protest

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Early Saturday, law enforcement leaders stressed that Friday's gathering was peaceful and legal until its last few minutes, and expressed disappointment that Thursday's strategy of backing off did not work.
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Nurse Sherry Donnahoo filled needles to be used at the COVID-19 vaccination site at the Masjid Al-Tawba mosque this month in Eden Prairie.
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Nurse Sherry Donnahoo filled needles to be used at the COVID-19 vaccination site at the Masjid Al-Tawba mosque this month in Eden Prairie.

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Tellers Kathy Romero,  left, and Gabrielle Kohlmeier handle accounts at the St. Paul Federal Credit Union.
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Sidebar at Surdyk’s will reopen April 23 with a new chef running the kitchen.
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