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It's hard for me to remember sometimes, but not long ago, back in my all-too-tame college days, 8 a.m. seemed pretty early. [Read More]
Warm summer nights call for outdoor entertainment, and the Anoka County Fair delivers with animals, fried food, midway fun and more July 24-29. [Read More]
Building on its information technology programs, Anoka-Ramsey Community College will offer a new associate of science in cybersecurity beginning in the fall. [Read More]
After a Ham Lake man died in his bed, Tomie Cameron White Jr., 38, of Minneapolis, has been charged with third-degree murder. [Read More]
The case management system used by the Anoka County Attorney's Office is being replaced. [Read More]
Nearly five years later, investigators have reopened a case involving an alleged sexual relationship between an Anoka High School paraeducator and a high school student. [Read More]
A developer expects to build 20 detached townhouses north of Highway 10 and east of 11th Avenue in Anoka. [Read More]
The MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce presents its annual Summer Food Fest 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, July 24. [Read More]
Join the Anoka County Historical Society on Sunday, July 22, for the first inaugural Fridley Home & Garden Tour. [Read More]
Twin Cities Orthopedics opened its doors to the public July 14 during the grand opening of its new Blaine clinic. [Read More]
"I want to be an artist when I grow up," a young girl sighed after showing Rumriver Art Center Director Larry Weinberg her watercolor painting... [Read More]
Val Holthus has worn many hats: computer programmer, property manager, teacher, city council member. [Read More]
Lightning struck the roof of a townhouse on the 10400 block of Quince Street Northwest, Coon Rapids, during a storm the night of July 12,... [Read More]
A new memorandum of understanding has been negotiated between the Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority and the 3M Championship, the Champions Tour golf event... [Read More]
For Coon Rapids native Blake James, the path through a given day is never the same. [Read More]
The Coon Rapids City Council awarded a contract July 3 for a project to fill gaps in sidewalks at various locations in the city. [Read More]
Road rage leads to charges... [Read More]
Every year, the Schwan Super Rink at the National Sports Center hosts the Stick It to Cancer Women's Hockey Tournament. The tournament's mission is to... [Read More]
Joe Privratsky rose from resident, to St. Paul mayor, to senator, to president of the senate in seven days. The following week, Privratsky attended a... [Read More]
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating a July 13 officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of Minnetonka High School student Archer Amorosi,... [Read More]