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The regular session of the Minnesota Legislature closed out with a flurry of activity but no bonding bill. While legislators are on hiatus until a special session, a few local lawmakers shared their expectations for what’s coming down the pipeline.

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The Muslim American Society of Minnesota announced May 23 it will keep the MAS Blaine Masjid closed despite Gov. Tim Walz announcing all places of worship may open Wednesday, May 27, at 25% occupancy indoors with a maximum of 250 people, provided they adhere to public health guidelines.

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For many people, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it altered daily routines, uncertainty, financial pressure and social isolation. This combination can leave some people feeling out of control and needing help to manage their emotions.

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The Anoka County Board of Commissioners April 14 authorized placement of temporary signage within the county right-of-way for the purpose of announcing reopenings and alternative service delivery options during the COVID-19 pandemic restriction period.

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March is Women’s History Month, a time to honor the contributions and achievements of women in history. This year the U.S. also celebrates the centennial of the 19th Amendment, ratified Aug. 18, 1920, which gave women across the country the right to vote.

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Two candidates hoping to pull off an upset victory in the next general election have met in a debate over who would best lead the DFL Party to that victory in Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District. In the debate, held in Monticello on Feb. 19, DFL candidates Ian Todd and Tawnja Zahradka, ac…