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The group is part of efforts to tell a fuller, if sometimes painful, story about Minnesota's past.
The Minnesota chapter of Engineers Without Borders is helping a mountain village in Honduras build a new water treatment and distribution system.
The former civil rights leader said he wants the venerable north Minneapolis nonprofit to find new community partners, shore up existing programs and expand.
The mood in the stadium was enthusiastic at kickoff, and the crowd continued to roar as the game got underway. Eagles fans seemed to outnumber Patriots fans — or at least have a louder fan base, chanting in the concourses, waving handkerchiefs and offering hugs and high-fives to surrounding fans.
Party proceeds go to a dozen Minnesota charities and a national fund designed to promote philanthropy.
Women are the fastest growing segment of the NFL's fan base with 86 million tuning in last season.
The Robina Foundation, started in 2004 by former Honeywell executive James H. Binger, could be out of business by decade's end on explicit orders from the late Binger himself.
Nonprofit restaurant will help ex-offenders rise above the stigma.
Unique YMCA on Nicollet Mall, opening Friday, to hone body, mind and spirit.
Since 1988, Books for Africa has sent 40 million books across the Atlantic, stocked nearly 100 African law libraries and shipped electronic tablets loaded with nearly two million title