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Blaine residents hosted a costume parade Saturday, April 4, to cheer up their neighbors during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
Two people are charged with breaking into a Blaine vacation home in March.
Children at New Horizon Academy in Coon Rapids recently sent cards of love and support to doctors and nurses fighting COVID-19.
As state and federal officials desperately work to “flatten the curve” and the impact of COVID-19 cases on our health care system, many local businesses have experienced the devastating results of an economy that has ground to a halt.
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With bars and restaurants closed and many people staying at home in compliance with Gov. Tim Walz’s order, you may feel like getting creative at your own home bar.
If you’re looking for something to do while stuck at home — at least something aside from watching a madman and his tigers — and want a way to connect with friends and family, now may be the time to try an old standby of nerds the world over.
As the world continues to distance itself physically, we have come to rely on technology to provide a sense of community. From church services to happy hours, play dates to work meetings, Anoka County residents continue to find ways to function together. The museum world has responded to the…
Federal, state and local officials have been swiftly moving to combat the spread of COVID-19. We urge continued speedy agreement among our leaders as we work together to address this very serious health concern against this new virus.
Today everyone seems to be looking for a great unifier and equalizer.
Editor’s note: This commentary has the full support and backing of the Adams Publishing/ECM Editorial Board.