Minneapolis 5 Cent Carry Bag Fee + More Needle Waste
Happy wednesday folks from Minneapolis! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note.
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First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Clear all day. High: 69, low: 48.
Here are the best stories today in Minneapolis:
- the five-cent take-out baggage fee will be in effect in Minneapolis from October 1. (Press Release Desk)
- “I feel like it’s worse”: parts of southern Minneapolis are still plagued by needle waste. (CBS Minnesota)
- The shots shatter the windows, Minneapolis nail salon business is on hold. (KSTP)
- Woman convicted of aiding and abetting the murder of Minneapolis real estate agent. (KSTP)
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Today in Minneapolis:
- Ribbon cutting: Ramp B Bike & Ride – MPLS Chamber of Commerce. (11:00)
- Talking To Your Kids About Money – MPLS Chamber of Commerce. (Midday)
- Lawn Bowling: A Summer Social Networking Event. (4:30 p.m.)
- Ópera Afuera (Open-air opera house). (7 p.m.)
- Minneapolis Art Institute: “On your next visit to Mia, be sure to stop by Gallery 261. This sculpture titled ‘Seated Native American Woman Wrapped in Blanket” is a bronze cast in 1992 by legendary Apache artist Chiricahua Allan Houser. ” (Instagram)
- Minneapolis Farmers Market: “Thank you Bonnie Dehn for showing us and donating samples of your Warm Heart Chicken Soup with Herb Meatballs!” Delicious and perfect for our colder fall days than we have here in Minnesota! “(Instagram)
- Meet Minneapolis: “Minnehaha Falls is flowing! This 53-foot waterfall is a regional landmark for a reason. Hikers and families regularly visit for the scenic views and walking trails leading to the Mississippi River.” (Facebook)
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