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Together Elk River Spirit Week kicked off with Make a Difference Monday on Aug. 24.
The Minnesota State High School League has decided to move football and volleyball to spring, while other fall sports will remain in the fall, according to a tweet by John Millea @MSHSLjohn.
Gov. Tim Walz is requiring Minnesotans to wear face masks to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Officials have a short window to distribute CARES Act money to residents, families and businesses hit hard by COVID-19
District 728 continues to plan for multiple scenarios while waiting for further direction from state leaders
by Jim Boyle
The Minnesota Senate voted June 12 to end Governor Walz’s peacetime emergency powers relative to the COVID pandemic. If the House agrees, it would end the state’s longest peacetime emergency in history. Walz first put the state under emergency powers on March 13, 2020.
Those seeking to open for patio dining can work with city administration on free permits for patio expansions
News release from the office of Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan:
I wanted to share with you my perspective as a small business owner during these unprecedented times.
Class of 2020 Elk River High School student serves as grand marshal for parade of family, friends and quilters
St. Paul, Minn. – The Great Minnesota Get-Together will not be held in 2020. This was announced today following a meeting of the board of managers of the Minnesota State Agricultural Society, which governs the Minnesota State Fair. The event was scheduled for Aug. 27 through Labor Day, Sept. 7.
New program includes grants, microloans for businesses shut down by executive orders to help them endure, rebound
The Elk River City Council decided at its May 18 meeting to indefinitely postpone Elk RiverFest planned for Saturday, July 4, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and concerns with large group gatherings.
The gold-speckled hawk cut through the still air and landed on the lowest limb of a maple tree, a fixture that was still unfurling its leafy canopy for spring’s onset. The hawk sat motionless for several seconds, offering no indication of its intentions or where it might go next. Solitary. F…