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The member districts of Technology and Information Educational Services, often known as TIES, voted nearly unanimously last month to dissolve the organization.

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At a Feb. 1 MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Courtyards of Andover, local state senators and representatives spoke for a couple of minutes each to highlight their biggest priorities for the upcoming legislative session.

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Chances are good that if a child was raised in Anoka County, he or she learned about boat and water safety from Vern Waldner, or at least saw him riding the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office air boat in parades.

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It was a beautiful day on Feb. 10 for the 12th annual Ham Lake Snowbowl and another large crowd came out to enjoy the winter festivities at Ham Lake Park.

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If I had the power to give an award for “the best, funniest, most inspiring family movie of the year,” there’s no question which one I’d give it to: “Wonder.” I don’t have that ability. But I hope I can convince you that this is one of the best movies in many years to take children and grand…

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More than 1,000 projects were on display in the Anoka High School field house Jan. 27 during the annual Anoka-Hennepin School District science, technology, engineering and mathematics fair.

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Anoka County announced today (Feb. 1) that the westbound lanes for Main Street between Shenandoah Boulevard and Coon Creek Boulevard in Coon Rapids will remain closed until late March or early April because of road work to repair a land bridge over a bog.