Produced by MITCH LEE The Ramsey County Sheriff’s office and the Hmong 18 Clan Council of MN host this meet & greet event to promote diversity in law enforcement. The meeting focuses on young people who are interested in making law enforcement a career choice. The meeting takes place at Hmong Village Shopping Center.
(3HMONBTV NEWS) – Neal Thao, Founder/Superintendent, at Noble Academy in Brooklyn Park, says he plans to open another school in Brooklyn Center in 2019. According to Superintendent Thao, Noble Academy has performed academically well compared to other Hmong charter schools in Minnesota. This is part of the reason the school is able to replicate. He […]
Buasavanh Banquet Hall, Brooklyn Park February 23, 2018 Kou Moua, President of the MN Peace Officers Association (MNAPOA), says the organization has been around for ten years. This is the first ever annual banquet where family and friends are invited to come and get to know more about the organization. He also encourages young people […]
Representative Fue Lee THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING MONDAY’S TOWN HALL MEETING Thank you to everyone that joined Senator Bobby Joe Champion, Representative Raymond Dehn, and me for our Town Hall meeting on Monday, February 19 to discuss issues facing the 2018 legislative session. You can view North News’ video coverage of the town hall here. […]
MN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFTEY (03/01/18) – “Enough is enough”, those are the words expressed by MN State Patrol Chief Matt Langer at a news conference this after about the fatal crash in Lake Elmo that killed an innocent man as he was driving home from work. Robert Bursik died at the scene. The accident […]
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SOPHIA YEU VUELO BECAME THE FIRST HMONG AMERICAN JUDGE IN MINNESOTA. THERE ARE ONLY TWO HMONG AMERICAN JUDGES IN THE UNITED STATES. JUDGE PAUL LO OF MERCED, CALIFORNIA, WAS ELECTED TO THE MERCED COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT IN 2018.