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After being born with hearing loss, Andover senior Alexa Peet has worked hard to overcome its challenges.
Coon Rapids senior Amaiya Armstrong worked hard this year to compete in cheerleading and track, but COVID-19 dashed those hopes.
Ever since Brian Ndege saw his first computer at age 11 while growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, the machines have fascinated him.
A 29-year-old East Bethel woman died and her child was injured after a one-vehicle crash Wednesday morning in Clear Lake.
The St. Francis Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its Coloring the Community Chalk Contest.
The Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging shopping local with a coloring page.
The reports were disturbing.
The death of George Floyd should not be a sound bite. It should not be used as a political windmill to explain why racial issues must finally be rectified, but then left in the dust as life moves on. And it should not be an excuse to loot, defame or burn buildings to the ground.
This is the first is a series of monthly columns by local water experts. These columns on local rivers and land use are a collaboration between the League of Women Voters Upper Mississippi River Region and other environmental groups in Anoka County. Learn more about the League of Women Voter…
An open letter to the high school graduates of 2020
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin held its presidential primary April 7. Many people claimed that voters should not be put in a position of having to choose between their health and their right to vote.
Nothing is as usual. Our home is still our castle but it is also a place of confinement. Our friends are still our friends but from at least six feet and six weeks apart. Families are still very much the cornerstone of society. It is now the rule every day, every hour, and in every nook and …