The fifth annual Valley View Elementary School Fun Run is set for noon, Saturday, May 5, at the school, 800 49th Ave. NE, Columbia Heights.
New Brighton resident and University of Minnesota graduate student, Rachel Revennaugh, was awarded a $3,000 scholarship for her advocacy for people living with disabilities.
Run will feature Sunday, April 22, matinée
We like to pat ourselves on our collective Minnesotan backs, congratulating ourselves on being downright nice people. For the most part, I think we deserve our accolades.
Chances are you’ve seen it where you live or work. Homes are being built again, jobs are plentiful and new apartments are sprouting faster than many Minnesotans can remember. The housing crisis and Great Recession are assuredly over.
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., was pressured to resign by Senate Democrats in early January, a series of consequences unfolded that revealed a weakness in the Minnesota Constitution that needs to be addressed.
Recycle appliances, electronics, scrap metal and more at free and reduced pricing at the city of Fridley’s May recycling drop-off event. Free, secure paper shredding offered.
Sylvia Fitzsimmons (left), the circulation manager for ECM, presents a donation of $892 to Dave Rudolph, the director of the South Anoka Community Assistance Food Shelf & Thrift Store in Columbia Heights. In December, ECM provided a “voluntary subscription donation” drive where the compa…