Fridley Links: Folks Travel for Sudan Vote
Among the Fridley folks in the news this weekend are Sudanese immigrants going to polls in America to vote on the future of their homeland.
Here are a few ways Fridley made news over the weekend.
- Fridley residents Rose Atoo and Leeka Gwanganalie are among the Sudanese immigrants traveling to polling places in America to vote on whether Sudan should split into two countries. (Minnesota Public Radio)
- Tickets are on sale to see the Houston Aeros, including Fridley native Jarod Palmer, play Feb. 13 at the Xcel Center, home ice of their affiliate team the Minnesota Wild. (NHL.com)
- Senior-citizen apartments in Fridley that are under construction and on the drawing board fill a need for residents who want to stay in the city as they age. (Fridley Patch)
- Terry Dunkelbeck, an 18-year employee of Martin Brower in Fridley, died Saturday at the age of 56. (KatoInfo.com)