Nearly 1,500 children statewide are awaiting adoption, according to a Nov. 9 presentation to the Anoka County Board, which is honoring Novembe…
Forest Lake’s tax rate drops from a 9.4% increase to a 7.26% increase as 2022 budget is adjusted
The Columbus City Council approved a yearlong residential zone business moratorium in a 3-2 vote at its Wednesday, Nov. 10 council meeting, wi…
The Forest Lake City Council voted during its Monday, Oct. 25, meeting to create a new community development director position. Forest Lake Ci…
City seeking Camp 3 road closure feedback
An uptick in the last year of Columbus residents wanting to run a home business has led to the need for updates in the city’s zoning regulations.
Downtown development and community development director discussed further
For the second year in a row, Anoka County’s levy is expected to stay the same.
Project scheduled for next year
The Wyoming City Council approved a preliminary budget that would include franchise fees for street improvements during its Sept. 21 meeting. …
Residential subdivision off of Howard Lake approved
Watering ban lifted after rainfall improves drought conditions
Discussions for 2022 levy continue
Franchise fees added to help the road improvement costs
Council to set preliminary levy end of September
State Sen. Michelle Benson, R-Ham Lake, announced a gubernatorial bid Wednesday, Sept. 1, at Master Machine in Blaine.
City-owned golf course to get new $112,000 building
Long-discussed safety issues on Camp 3 Road led to temporary closure
Muddy Paws permit approved
Local residents list concerns over state of Eureka Ave.
Lawn sprinkler ban effective immediately
Results show how the board functions as a team to serve the community
The Forest Lake City Council unanimously denied a new small single-family home and townhouse development located on a 2.6-acre triangle at the…
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The divided Minnesota Legislature passed a tax bill early Thursday as it completed a $52 billion, two-year budget, averting…
Air ventilation for varsity gym to get upgrade
More detail comes together on middle school career gateway program
Library employee sees move as part of a pattern of censorship
Housing development approved in unusual vote