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The Catholic Schools Raffle returns this winter to local Catholic schools, giving participants the opportunity to turn $5 into a new car or $20,000 in cash while supporting the schools.

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In mid-December Columbia Heights Mayor Donna Schmitt was one of 100 female mayors who flew to Washington, D.C. for the annual Women Municipal Leaders Conference at the White House.

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The Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority unanimously approved a $1.94 million property tax levy for 2020 Dec. 17. It’s an increase of $1.78 million from the 2019 levy.

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In a move that caught some members of the public off guard, the Columbia Heights School Board announced Dec. 17 the district will replace Superintendent Kathy Kelly with Zena Stenvik, current executive director of educational services, beginning July 1, 2020.

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Columbia Academy students participated in the Special Olympics Unified State Bowling tournament at the end of November. Unified pairs of students – with and without disabilities together on the same team – competed against other schools from across the state. Columbia Academy had close to 30…