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A year after closing the gap on perennial Section 7AAA power Anoka, Blaine will look to continue its climb this season.
Deep casts of returners, featuring plenty of offensive firepower, have the bars set high for both Blaine and Spring Lake Park at the start of the girls basketball season.
Blaine and Totino-Grace finished as section runners-up a year ago, while Spring Lake Park brings back all but one starter, including a pair on the verge of career milestones, heading into the boys basketball season.
Young musicians at Columbia Heights High School got a lesson in songwriting Nov. 20 from band members of Old Dominion and singer-songwriter Josh Osborne.
The fourth Minnesota Football Showcase, developed in partnership between the Minnesota Vikings and the Minnesota Football Coaches Association, will take place at U.S. Bank Stadium Saturday, December 7. Featuring an entire day of celebrating football throughout Minnesota, the event will culmi…
The Columbia Heights City Council on Nov. 12 designated no parking on a few streets in the city. The new parking regulations will be enforced once signs are installed.
Two senior housing bonds were refinanced by the Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority Nov. 5 at a much lower interest rate to save money.
An agency that serves homeless families in Anoka County has received a financial boost from the Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA).
Columbia Heights Public Schools, in partnership with the Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being, will host an educational “Difficult Conversations” seminar on social-emotional health 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, at the Columbia Heights Public Schools Family Center, 1440 49th Ave. NE.
Columbia Heights Public Schools custodian and sound/light specialist Dale Marko was awarded the Superintendent’s 2019 Above and Beyond Award.
Schedule your child’s free early childhood screening with Columbia Heights Public Schools to promote positive health and development outcomes and kindergarten readiness.
Fridley collected another rout, and along with it a rematch against the team that gave it its biggest challenge to date for a trip to state.
Business professionals looking to join colleagues and business owners in Anoka County to learn about workforce solutions and tools, along with expansion planning tips from industry experts, can come to the Anoka County Business Summit 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, at Anoka Technical Coll…
Columbia Heights is another step closer to the return of Prodeo Academy, a public charter school currently in Minneapolis.
Andover defeated Duluth East 62-12 and Coon Rapids shut out St. Francis 40-0 to set up a meeting in next Friday's Section 7-5A championship at Coon Rapids.
Three Columbia Heights High School alumni were inducted into the Columbia Heights Hall of Fame Oct. 11 during the school’s homecoming game. Linda Aford (class of 1977), Roger Gillespie (class of 1963) and John Rychly (class of 1964) were recognized for their achievements in athletics, academ…
The city of Columbia Heights is one step closer to finalizing design plans for its new city hall at the corner of 40th Avenue Northeast and Central Avenue Northeast.
Walking into the Valley View Elementary School library in Columbia Heights, you might notice students learning to read, Shari Alexon sitting at the check-out desk or, of course, a bunch of books stacked on the shelves.
Fridley completed one of the most dominating regular seasons in the state Oct. 16, cruising 34-7 past a Minneapolis Southwest team that entered the night 6-1.
A year after meeting in the Section 7AAA finals, Andover and Forest Lake earned the top seeds in this year’s tournament as they both vie to again reach the championship match.