The Minnesota Legislature passed a $1.87 billion bonding bill last week that includes funding for some long-awaited projects in Anoka County.
The Anoka County Board signed off on $2.78 million in expenditures from the federal coronavirus relief bill last week.
The Andover girls swimming and diving team defeated Osseo Oct. 13 to complete an undefeated regular season and capture its first-ever Northwest Suburban Conference championship. Story on the team’s season in next week’s UnionHerald.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District is expecting to shift portions of its revenue from state financial aid to local levies in 2021, due to a growing tax base.
Two candidates are contending in the election for mayor of Ramsey. Council Member Mark Kuzma and candidate Michael Olson each seek to take the seat that will be left vacant by incumbent John LeTourneau. LeTourneau is not seeking reelection, but instead is running for the District 1 seat on t…
Two candidates are facing off for the Ward 2 seat on the Ramsey City Council this November. Brian Walker and Matt Woestehoff are looking to replace Council Member Mark Kuzma on the council. Kuzma is not seeking reelection to the seat, opting to run for mayor instead.
Andover graduate Wyatt Kaiser was the third Minnesotan selected in the 2020 NHL Draft, selected in the third round and 81st overall by Chicago Oct. 7. Kaiser, a University of Minnesota Duluth signee, helped lead the Andover boys hockey team to its first-ever state tournament appearance in March.
Anoka girls swimming and diving defeated Coon Rapids 94-83 in a Northwest Suburban clash Sept. 29.
A lawsuit against the Anoka-Hennepin School District by a transgender former student will move forward after an appellate court ruled that the Minnesota Human Rights Act “prohibits segregating and separating transgender students with respect to locker-room use.”
Incumbent John Heinrich, R-Anoka, faces fellow Anoka resident Mike Erickson, a DFLer challenging Heinrich for his seat in House District 35A. The district includes Ramsey and Anoka.
In a special meeting held on Monday, Sept. 21, the MSHSL Board of Directors reversed its previous decision to move the traditional fall sports of football and volleyball to a spring schedule. The board voted to return football to a six-game fall schedule that will allow a first game to be pl…
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.
During the best times, sports have provided an outlet to share and bring thrilling moments into other people’s lives.
After a marathon board meeting and a rally by teachers demanding a voice in discussions, the Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved a hybrid model for returning to school.
Usually friendly competitors, a shared goal in providing soccer opportunities to all has brought Northern Lights Soccer Club and CR United into a partnership for the remainder of this year.