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Minnesota's 6th District Congressman Tom Emmer, R, will host a telephone town hall 5-6 p.m. Thursday, June 4. He will be joined by Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Commissioner Steve Grove and State Executive Director for the USDA Minnesota Farm Service Agency Joe Martin.

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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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A planned addition to the Anoka Middle School for the Arts Fred Moore Campus will improve security and accessibility and provide space for an additional 300 students. It will also create an amphitheater and more community space.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Tim Walz said Wednesday, May 14, he will let his stay-at-home order expire as scheduled Monday, though he'll leave key restrictions in place to keep up Minnesota's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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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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State Rep. Zack Stephenson, DFL-Coon Rapids, will host a virtual town hall meeting on Thursday, April 30, from noon to 1 p.m. to hear ideas and answer questions related to ongoing work at the Minnesota Legislature.

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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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The city of Anoka has extended its local emergency declaration indefinitely. Originally declared March 16, the state of emergency was scheduled to last through Monday, April 6. The council decided Monday to extend the declaration until the emergency is declared over.