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Laura Yuen covers St. Paul and the East Metro beat. She came to MPR in January 2008 after eight years of writing for daily newspapers, including the St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader. A native of the Chicago area, Laura is attracted to communities with a strong sense of place, which is one of the reasons why she landed in Minnesota. She has also lived in Taiwan, backpacked through Asia, and wrote about chicken farms in Arkansas. She's always up for a good story.
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