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From canceled proms to virtual graduation ceremonies, this year’s high school seniors are missing out on the traditional end-of-high-school experience. But the committees behind two area senior parties want to give students one more chance to get together before going their separate ways.
The Muslim American Society of Minnesota announced May 23 it will keep the MAS Blaine Masjid closed despite Gov. Tim Walz announcing all places of worship may open Wednesday, May 27, at 25% occupancy indoors with a maximum of 250 people, provided they adhere to public health guidelines.
The Anoka County Board of Commissioners has given property owners two more months to pay their property taxes.
The reports were disturbing.
She has had works displayed and receive awards across the state and has the lone watercolor painting by the Outdoors Painters of Minnesota featured at the Minnesota State Capitol.
It’s like putting your hand over rising bread dough. Try as you might, you can’t stop it from growing.
In this column, we remember ceremonies of the past that commemorated our fallen service members. An annual tradition begun nationally after the Civil War, known as Decoration Day, the holiday gives Americans a chance to remember the lives lost in conflicts and wars.
Back in January when I thought about a new year full of experiences, this isn’t exactly what I was expecting. I envisioned my youngest child graduating from high school, parading across the stage while her dad and I cheered for her even though the administration said not to. I imagined adven…
An open letter to the high school graduates of 2020
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin held its presidential primary April 7. Many people claimed that voters should not be put in a position of having to choose between their health and their right to vote.
Nothing is as usual. Our home is still our castle but it is also a place of confinement. Our friends are still our friends but from at least six feet and six weeks apart. Families are still very much the cornerstone of society. It is now the rule every day, every hour, and in every nook and …