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- Candidates face off to represent Senate District 33 at Capitol
- 2 vie to represent District 33B at the Minnesota statehouse
- Pair face off to represent District 33A at the Capitol
- Pair face off for District 6 seat on Hennepin County board
- 2 on ballot seek to represent Hennepin County District 7
- 4 candidates seek Long Lake city council seats
- 4 candidates seek Spring Park city council seats
- 2 candidates seek Maple Plain mayor post
- 2 on ballot in St. Boni special election
- 3 seek spots on St. Boni council
- LWV hosts Mound candidate forums
- What does tech levy mean for Orono schools?
- League hosts forum for Minnetrista candidates
- 3 candidates vie for Minnetrista city council spots
- 2 candidates seek Minnetrista mayoral post
- 5 candidates seek Mound city council seats
- 3 candidates face off for Mound mayoral seat
- Pugh seeks mayor’s post in Mound
- Races set for November general election
Spring Park has set a maximum general fund levy increase of 3.2 percent for next year, voting 5-0 Sept. 21 to approve a preliminary general fund levy of $1.14 million.
The Maple Plain City Council approved the 2021 proposed general fund budget and the 2021 preliminary property tax levy during their Sept. 28 meeting. The city scheduled a public hearing for the budget and property tax levy for Dec. 1, 2020 at 7 p.m.
The cities of Mound and Orono allocated significant portions of their CARES Act money to the Westonka and Orono school districts, helping to offset what each district is projecting will be more than $1 million in pandemic-related expenditures for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
Orono city council approved their 2021 preliminary budget and preliminary tax levy during their Sept. 28 meeting.
Spring Park has set a maximum general fund levy increase of 3.2 percent for next year, votin…
The Maple Plain City Council approved the 2021 proposed general fund budget and the 2021 pre…
The cities of Mound and Orono allocated significant portions of their CARES Act money to the…
Westonka’s Grandview Middle School reported its first case of COVID-19 Oct. 26. The case at …
Mound Westonka High School has reported a third case of COVID-19 among either its staff or s…
Stonebay of Orono Senior Living held a grand opening open house on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at their Kelley Parkway location. The senior living community officially opened its doors on July 15.
McGarry’s Pub in Maple Plain is continuing to provide the community with a variety of local items. Recently, they’ve been working towards bringing local vendors together as part of their market.
Orono fifth-grader Abby Stovern added knitting to her repertoire of soccer, gymnastics and the church choir.
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin, or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
The best tonic for our cratered COVID-19 economy is deep suppression of both virus and disease through vaccines and better therapeutics. We long to return to a semblance of normal and full employment.