Women’s History Month

JPMorgan Chase’s Renée Horne Talks Career, Finances and Achieving Success

The First Steps Toward A Fabulous State Park Camping Trip

Maybe you’ve thought about camping for a while. Minnesota state parks and recreation areas feature more than 5000 campsites throughout the state. Now is a good time to pick a location and make a campsite reservation.

How Community Votes Make Political Change

As the U.S. electorate grows more diverse, mobilizing historically marginalized voters is more politically decisive than ever this election year.

UIN and Dynasty Media Forge Groundbreaking Partnership To Revolutionize Media

UIN and Dynasty Media team up to revolutionize the media industry. This groundbreaking partnership will transform the media landscape.

Two-Day Symposium Focuses On HMong Art Practices and Issues, April 6 – 7 At John Michael Kohler Arts Center In Sheboygan

The Cloth as Land exhibition at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan makes the remarkable claim that HMong Indigeneity exists within their textiles. A free two-day symposium on April 6 and 7 at the Arts Center offers a deeper, more intimate look into the questions and conversations behind the development of that show.

Nominations Are Open For The Facing Race Awards – Recognize A Community Leader Now Through March 29

Each year, the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation honors anti-racism advocates in Minnesota through their Facing Race Awards.

Ice Safety – Danger Thin Ice

It has been a particularly deadly winter season on Minnesota waters, with at least four people dead after falling through the ice. While some lakes are largely ice-free, people are still ice fishing on others, particularly those in the north.

What’s Safer For Domestic Violence Survivors: Home Or The Streets?

Domestic violence is among the leading causes of homelessness, as victims often face low funds, poor credit and police evictions – driving growing numbers of women to sake safety in the streets.

In Publishing, Diversity Depends Not Only On Who’s Portrayed, But How

To change unequal representation for people of color is to change not only how many are portrayed, but also how they’re portrayed, a new study of racial representation in U.S. schoolbooks by The Education Trust finds.

What’s Ahead For The U.S. Economy In 2024?

Although inflation and unemployment rates are falling, many Americans are struggling to stay afloat with record-high costs of living.

The Hmong Times Newspaper is a quality publication for the Hmong Community. Providing valuable information and tools to promote togetherness and give the Hmong community a forum. The Hmong Times newspaper also provides the means for businesses, schools and organizations to make a connection with the Hmong Community.

Get The Most Out Of A Campus Visit

Get The Most Out Of A Campus Visit

Visiting a college campus allows you to experience the campus atmosphere firsthand, interact with current students, and gain valuable insights into the college’s academic programs and extracurricular offerings.

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Benefits Of After-School Sports And Extracurricular Activities

Benefits Of After-School Sports And Extracurricular Activities

While the classroom is an integral part of your child’s education and indeed their life, it should not be the only part of their education. The traditional classroom setting will teach your child a great deal, but if you want your child to have a truly well-rounded education, you will need to supplement that setting with after school and extracurricular activities.

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Back-To-School Preparation

Back-To-School Preparation

A new school year is almost here and parents are faced with financial and organizational challenges. How do you prepare your home for some of the busiest days of your lives?

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Health

What Is Influenza (flu)?

What Is Influenza (flu)?

The flu is a respiratory disease caused by a virus that attacks the nose, throat, and lungs. Illness is usually mild or moderate, not requiring hospitalization. However, at times flu can be severe, even leading to death.

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Community

Sports/Outdoors

Ice Safety – Danger Thin Ice

Ice Safety – Danger Thin Ice

It has been a particularly deadly winter season on Minnesota waters, with at least four people dead after falling through the ice. While some lakes are largely ice-free, people are still ice fishing on others, particularly those in the north.

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Getting Ready To Plant A Backyard Tree

Getting Ready To Plant A Backyard Tree

Maybe like me you’ve wanted to plant a tree for a while. What about next spring? Kao Thao, a naturalist at Fort Snelling State Park, knows a lot about native Minnesota trees, differences between trees, and considerations in selecting a tree to add to your property.

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Nation/World

The Return Of Cluster Bombs To Southeast Asia

The Return Of Cluster Bombs To Southeast Asia

Two disturbing milestones were passed in 2023. In April, the Cluster Munition Monitor, the research wing of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), identified the first use of cluster munitions in Southeast Asia since the Indochina War ended 48 years ago, in 1975.

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A Journey Back To Laos

A Journey Back To Laos

My life’s journey began in Savannakhet, Laos, in the year of 1978. I was born into a diligent family; my father worked at the hospital, and my mother managed a convenience store.

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