A local company is helping people overseas by donating an ambulance. The vehicle is going to a vocational school with more than 1,700 students in Liberia from Allina Health Emergency Medical Services. Representatives of the Booker Washington Institute’s Alumni Association got a tour of the gently-used ambulance on Thursday. The school will use the ambulance to transport sick and injured students.
After years of war and destruction, the African country of Liberia is getting back on its feet.
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for exporting guns to West Africa.
To start off this edition of Center Stage, Jearlyn took a couple of minutes to catch up with songstress Patty Peterson, who has put together the “Hope for Tomorrow” Benefit Concert to benefit theVEAP (Volunteers […]
Rohan Preston, theatre critic from the Star Tribune, makes his weekly visit to talk about what’s happening in the Twin Cities, including the World Premiere of Pa’s Hat: Liberian Legacy at the Pillsbury House Theatre.