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One could hardly describe the scene of the Minneapolis protests following the officer-involved killing of George Floyd as relaxing. However, for photographer Willis Gilliard – whose photo collection of the protests titled ‘Divine Animal’ is featured at Brooklyn Park’s North Hennepin Communit…

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Raising Cane’s, the fast-food restaurant specializing in chicken fingers, was approved for construction at 5625 96th Ave. N. Oct. 26, adding to the city’s stock of restaurants in the still-developing corridor north of Highway 610.

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In what can only be described as a trying year for school administrators, teachers, students and families, there was finally some good news to report at the Tuesday, Oct. 20, meeting of the Osseo School Board.

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I can remember the bone-crushing news just as if it were yesterday. “Michelle, you have breast cancer.” I couldn’t believe what I was hearing yet I accepted the fact years ago that it could become my reality. After my mother and her two sisters were diagnosed with breast cancer and battled i…

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The month of October is personal to me. On the 31st, my wife and I will celebrate our wedding anniversary. Clearly we are big fans of Halloween – orange and black, trick or treat, costumes – all of it. But often overlooked in the month of October are two very important health issues – breast…

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Gov. Tim Walz reiterated his commitment to the proposed Blue Line Extension/Bottineau Light Rail Transit project by making an appearance at the Oct. 8 Corridor Management Committee virtual meeting. The committee is an advisory board that advises the Metropolitan Council on BLRT design and co…

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Hennepin Technical College is seeking entries for a multimedia online art gallery titled, “Streaming Identity.” Students, faculty, staff and community members may contribute creative work to the gallery.

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The Hennepin Recycling Group, which includes New Hope, will host a drop-off event from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Brooklyn Park Operations & Maintenance Facility, 8300 Noble Ave. N.