Blaine Novak, president of the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors, has called for a special meeting of the League’s board for Monday, Sept. 21 at 9 a.m.
The undefeated starts continued for both the Blaine boys and Blaine girls soccer teams Sept. 8. The Bengal boys shut out Elk River 1-0, the deciding goal a late first-half strike by Roman Podolyanchuk, to move to 3-0 on the season. The Bengal girls improved to 2-0-1 by defeating Elk River 2-…
The Columbia Heights Police Department, in partnership with local organizations, hosted a school supply drive on Thu, Aug 27, at Murzyn Hall in Columbia Heights.
The League of Minnesota Cities recently presented the city of Columbia Heights with the 2020 Sustainable City Award for its curbside yard-waste/organic pickup program.
The Columbia Heights School District plans to start the school year using distance learning combined with limited in-person instruction.
Both the DFL and Republican parties will have primaries to determine who will advance to the general election for the Congressional seat representing Minneapolis and nearby suburbs.
Severe weather struck Blaine, Columbia Heights, Fridley and Spring Lake Park Saturday evening, July 18, when rain, hail, a tornado warning and lightning strikes hit the area.
Anoka County is suing a Texas-based IT firm on breach of contract allegations after blaming late property tax statements on the county’s new records system.
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…
Blaine, Columbia Heights, Fridley and Spring Lake Park have designated their polling places for the 2020 primary and general elections, and some locations are moving due to a new state statute.
Columbia Heights community members hosted a town hall conversation on race June 23 in Huset Park, where local residents of color shared their stories.
The Columbia Heights City Council unanimously approved an emergency interim ordinance Monday, June 22, which allows restaurants to establish temporary outdoor dining through Sunday, Nov. 15, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.