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🌱 Unemployment Rate Reaches Record Low + Art-A-Whirl Returns - FlagSpin

🌱 Unemployment Rate Reaches Record Low + Art-A-Whirl Returns

Good morning! Let’s get to the Minneapolis Daily!

First, today’s weather: Cloudy. High: 68 Low: 47.

Here are the top 4 stories today in Minneapolis:

1. Metal detectors will be installed at the Richfield school where a 15-year-old was shot and killed in February. The South Education Center had previously removed both metal detectors and school resource officers in 2016. (Patch)

2. The Minnesota House went into a brief security lockdown Wednesday night when teenagers crashed a stolen car near the capitol complex and ran into nearby buildings. Four juveniles were in custody Thursday for the incident. (KARE11)

3. Minnesota recorded its lowest-ever unemployment rate in April at 2.2 percent. The state added nearly 12,000 new jobs last month alone. (Paid source: Star Tribune)

4. Minneapolis parents are turning to social media to find baby formula amid a nationwide shortage. More than 3,000 people have joined the Facebook group “Formula Finder – Minnesota” to share updates about where to find certain types of formula. (CBS)

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Today in Minneapolis:

  • Celebrate opening weekend at Valleyfair. (9 a.m.)
  • Hands On Twin Cities hosts a virtual sustainability seminar. (9 a.m.)
  • We are the Willows performs at Pryes Brewing Company. (5:30 p.m.)
  • Minnesota-set documentary “Freshwater” premieres at MSP Film at the Main. (7 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Art-A-Whirl is returning to northeast Minneapolis this weekend after a pandemic hiatus. (Paid source: Star Tribune)
  • The Vikings and Minneapolis Public Schools are partnering to launch a girls flag football team. (iHeartRadio)
  • Minneapolis ranked #2 on Indeed’s list of best cities for work-life balance. (KARE11)

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You’re all caught up on this Friday! See you tomorrow for more local stories.

Georgi Presecky

About me: Georgi is a Chicago-based newsletter writer and partner content curator. She spent five years on the entertainment beat for FF2 Media covering film festivals across the U.S. Her feature articles have been recognized with awards from the Illinois Women’s Press Association and National Federation of Press Women. As editor-in-chief of the Lewis University newspaper, she and her staff earned honors from the Associated Collegiate Press and American Scholastic Press Associations. She began working for Patch in 2019.

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