Today in the Daily Planet


“Crime and justice conference a first for Minnesota”:
By Lauretta Dawolo, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder

“Patrons hope to save community library”:
By Jim Hammerand, The Minnesota Daily

“After 30 years, union activist still committed to service”:
By Steve Share, Minneapolis Labor Review

“Judge hears arguments in airport noise class-action case”:
By Jim Spensley, Special to the Daily Planet

“Grand openings signify gains in Minneapolis, region, and state”:
By Bill McCarthy, Minneapolis Labor Review

“Young people to create own theater through ‘Solidarity Kids'”:
From Workday Minnesota