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The nutrition services department at Robbinsdale Area Schools strives to introduce students to new fruits and vegetables, according to Katie Wahl, director of the department. Through funding from the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, the schools are developing student’s awareness of a …

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Margo Heuisler, a 2020 graduate from Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, has gained admittance into the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School. Heuisler will study English, math, science and military history while also participating in military and athletic programs. Upon successf…

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The Plymouth Farmers Market is in full swing with vendors offering an assortment of fresh, locally grown produce and prepared food, including fruits, vegetables, fresh bread, oils and vinegars, honey, maple syrup, ice cream, meats, sauces and flowers. The market officially opened June 17, at…

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Morris Packaging of Plymouth, a manufacturer of purposeful flexible packaging products, is expanding with the addition of a new 10-color flexographic printing press in 2019 and another one on order in 2020. Tracy Jacobs is the new production manager, bringing leadership and team-building ski…

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During the past few months, parents and adults across the country and throughout the world have been presented with a rare opportunity – a four-month-long “teachable moment.”

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As we enter into the early summer, things are changing. The biggest change is the beginning of the extensive weed growth that is starting to emerge on mid-lake flats. 

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The Plymouth Fire Department received 42 calls for service for June 4-10. The calls included seven fire, 13 EMS/rescue calls, three hazardous condition calls, four service calls, eight good intent calls and seven false alarm calls.

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Meghana Junnuru will soon graduate from the advocacy training course, Partners in Policymaking. Applications for the next class are due by July 10. The program is open to all Minnesotans with disabilities and parents of young children with developmental disabilities. There is no cost for thi…

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Robbinsdale Area Schools Superintendent Carlton Jenkins virtually addresses the 435 graduating students in Armstrong High School’s Class of 2020. “Take your rightful place. Go out and transform the world and continue to fight for human decency as you have shown those skill sets here in Distr…

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Bob Reith Jr. was inducted into the St. Louis Park High School Hall of Fame in 2007, not only for his success on the golf course and hockey rink.