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The city of Columbia Heights, in partnership with the League of Women Voters ABC, will host a “Meet the Candidates” forum Tuesday, July 14, for the seven candidates running in the Columbia Heights City Council primary Aug. 11: Connie Buesgens (incumbent), Laura Dorle, Kay “K.T.” Jacobs, Andy…
A 27-year-old man was arrested after causing a scene at an Anoka pool June 28.
Ramsey citizens will have a chance to weigh in soon on whether the city should adopt franchi…
Sticks & Stones Restaurant in Blaine, the north metro’s only nonprofit restaurant, is reopening Monday, July 6, with a Hometown Heroes event.
JCPenney is closing its Coon Rapids location following a June 11 order in its bankruptcy proceedings.
While it has been a great relief to work part-time at the Anoka County Historical Society’s museum again since the beginning of June, that is not the only place I’ve been working. With a hundred-year anniversary coming up quickly in 2022, Federal Premium Ammunition has partnered with the his…
If the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has taught us anything it is that police and social justice reform are sorely needed in Minnesota. One reform that must be tackled is the ever-growing achievement gap in public education and the fact children of color, American Indian children and …
As the coronavirus pandemic has burned across the United States, we’ve heard a lot about frontline heroes. The efforts by doctors, nurses, health care workers and first responders are immeasurable to the country.
An open letter to the high school graduates of 2020