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Businesses in New Hope that must routinely renew their licenses with the city government will get some financial relief in 2021. The New Hope City Council voted Nov. 23 to reduce license fees in the next year to account for the revenue lost due to mandated closures in 2020.

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NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness) presented Intermediate District 287 Superintendent Sandy Lewandowski with its Educator of the Year Award at its annual conference Nov. 14. The award recognizes an educator who supports children with mental illnesses to succeed in school, a…

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Fair Anita is all over the Twin Cities. The jewelry startup handles online orders in Golden Valley, is headquartered in Minneapolis, founder Joy McBrien lives in St. Paul and its products can be found at stores around the metro area. In many ways, Minnesota is a home for the company. In othe…

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No matter how many times visitors see it, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is something to behold: a line of train cars rolls into an otherwise nondescript railroad crossing, bejeweled with hundreds of thousands of glittering LED lights. Shortly after its arrival, a boxcar door opens to re…

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The summer’s $3.7 million construction project at Crystal Airport is complete, with the exception of the installation of precision approach path indicators that will be installed within 60 days.

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More than 200 members of the Minnesota National Guard have been activated to support the state’s COVID-19 response efforts. This number is expected to increase to over 400 by the end of the week.

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A small group of Crystal residents gathered facing the American flag and under blue skies during a Veterans Day ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 11. The event was held at the Crystal Charles Knaebel VFW Post #494.

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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…