Today in the Daily Planet


“Candidates hope to break the color barrier on County Board”:
By Lauretta Dawolo, Spokesman-Recorder
Gregory Gray and Farheen Hakeem are challenging longtime incumbents on the Hennepin County Board of Commmissioners.

“‘Big box’ competition causing store closings, union says”:
From Workday Minnesota
Super Target and other non-union grocery stores are pushing union stores like Rainbow out of the market.

“Neighbors rally to revoke license of problem landlord”:
By Linda Lincoln, The Bridge
Marcy-Holmes activists won the first battle against a notorious local property owner.

“Odyssey down the Mississippi”:
By Matt Graham, The Minnesota Daily
Kevin Kling’s new play Old Four Eyes is a delight.

“On being a citizen reporter: an international perspective”:
By Gregory Daigle, Special to the Daily Planet
A report from South Korea.