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Among the slew of small and local businesses struggling across the country are movie theaters. And while the local St. Michael Cinema 15 reassures folks that they won’t be disappearing from the community anytime soon, the theater also isn’t immune to the economic struggles of being forced to…

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The Crow River Senior Center will be virtual effective immediately until at least Dec. 18 with the new Stay Safe Minnesota orders. All activities will be accessible online through Zoom. Contact the director Vonnie Waters to access via email vwaters@crowriverseniorcenter.com or call 763-497-8…

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On Nov. 12, Dustin John Palm, 31, of Rockford, was arrested in Buffalo on the charges of theft, possession of shoplifting tools, fleeing law enforcement and a Wright County warrant for third degree burglary violations.

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The majority of voters in the Crow River News area cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 3 General Election. Popularity of absentee voting became clear when area city councils certified local election results on Nov. 12 and 13.

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On Nov. 2, Leigha Kathleen Clark, 43, of Annandale, was arrested in St. Michael on a Wright County warrant for fourth degree DWI violations.

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Millions of Minnesotans cast their votes in the 2020 general election, either on the traditional Election Day or in the unprecedented number of early and absentee ballots.. Now, the results have been calculated and the winners are in. The unofficial results are in the race for area city coun…

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St. Michael Middle School East has announced those students named October Students of the Month. Those student include: Kierra Au, Bryn Bartus, Ella Cheely, Addison Demerchant, Will Hein, Levi Hewitt, Averie Martinsen, Emmanuel McGee, Jacob Nehring, Kendal O’Connor, Kendyl O’Connor, Hailey R…

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Several area churches will be distributing free fresh produce and dairy products on Tuesday, Nov. 10. The distribution begins at 3 p.m. and will continue until all the donations are gone.

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SOAR Regional Arts is seeking sponsors to create a holiday light display for the community to enjoy.  Envision walking along a festive, lit path filled with trees and other light displays compliments of local businesses. Illuminate the Night will be free and open to the public. All proceeds …

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On Oct. 31, Victor Namo Padmore, 34, of St. Michael, was arrested in St. Michael on the charges of second degree assault, domestic assault by strangulation and domestic assault.

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Nicholas Jorda Hustoft, 28, of St. Michael was sentenced Oct. 21 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 363 days, $2,600 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve two days jail, pay $400 fine plus surcharges, undergo a chemical dependency assessmen…

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In St. Michael, two current city council members, Keith Wettschreck and Nadine Schoen, competed for the mayor’s seat in the Nov. 3 General Election. Voters chose Wettschreck. He drew 5,170 votes (56.53%), compared with 3,933 votes for Schoen (43.01%).

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On Oct. 21, Justin Dakota Huntington, 21, of Clear Lake, was arrested in Albertville on the charge of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance.

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Alexander Owen Land, 22, of Albertville, sentenced on Oct. 20 for misdemeanor fourth degree DWI to 90 days jail, $1,000 fine; 84 days, $800 stayed for one year on conditions of probation, serve 6 days jail, pay $200 fine plus surcharges, complete a Level I driving program and follow all reco…

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The city of Corcoran will save roughly $25,000 in interest per year by selling General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan bonds to refinance bonds sold in 2012 to pay for constructing the city Public Works Facility.

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On Oct. 13, Veronica Anne Lawrence, 31, of Rockford, was arrested in Rockford on Wright County and Hennepin County warrants for fourth degree DWI and a Stearns County warrant for theft.

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The STMA Girls Tennis season ended after falling to Maple Grove High School in the semifinals of the Section 5AA tournament. It was the second year in a row that the season ended in a semifinal loss. With no individual tournament play available this year due to COVID, the 2020 season is offi…

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For the seventh consecutive season, the St. Michael-Albertville High School girl’s cross country team captured the Section 5AA team title. Ordinarily the team would be advancing  and competing at the State Cross Country Meet, but in this pandemic year, the season concluded with the Section 5…