What became of that bath house? The Minneapolis Star ran the photo below on May 2, 1966. The building had been declared unsafe, but demolition was prompted by thousands of dollars of damage done by vandals that winter. Only the toilet rooms of the bath house were left standing for the summer of 1966. A new, smaller bath house was built the next summer. At the time it was the most heavily used beach in the city.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune is the largest media outlet in Minnesota and traces its lineage to several separate newspapers dating to 1867. The Star Tribune went through bankruptcy in 2009 and is currently owned by a group of investors that includes majority owner Wayzata Investment Partners, based in suburban Minneapolis. The Guild represents about 250 Star Tribune employees in the editorial, circulation and marketing and promotions departments, as well as one remaining member in a CWA Print Sector unit. Star Tribune Guild Unit Co-Chairs are , and .
Minneapolis police officers refuse to work wnba game because of players' black lives matter shirts - Four off-duty police officers working security at a minnesota lynx game on saturday walked out on and their union chief told the minneapolis star tribune he supported their actions. “i commend them for it,” said lt. bob kroll, president of the.
Minneapolis cops quit working wnba game after lynx players wear warmup shirts with 'black lives matter' on back - After members of the minnesota lynx told the minneapolis star-tribune that he anticipated others may "refuse to work there" too. "i commend them for it," kroll said of the officers stepping down from their security jobs, although he didn't specifically.
|Document Type:||Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
|Other Titles:||Minneapolis star-journal (Minneapolis, Minn. : 1939)
Minneapolis Sunday tribune and Minneapolis star journal
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