Board approves funding to support training and outreach By Katy Zillmer Sun POST Newspapers Hennepin County is continuing to fund fair housing initiatives through a partnership with Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid. The county board approved the continued partnership and $25,000 in funding for the services last month. Housing, Community Works and Transit Assistant Director Kevin [...]
By Sue Austreng ABC Newspapers For the past 16 years Wayne Bromen has had a pain in the heart. The 73-year-old Coon Rapids man suffers from coronary artery disease, underwent quadruple bypass surgery in 1997 and has had seven stents inserted into his arteries. There were few options left to keep his calcified arteries [...]
On Friday, Nov. 8 Typhoon Haiyan devastated the island of Leyte, in the Philippines; as a result, the small village of Jaro, about 30 miles west of the island’s capital, was completely destroyed. A significant part of the population of the small village are the relatives of Champlin resident Nena Peterson, who, with the help [...]
Join the Dayton Lions Sunday, Dec. 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for dad’s delicious waffles with all the various choices of syrup, sausage, milk, orange juice and coffee. The waffle breakfast will be at the Champlin Legion located at Hwy 169 and Hayden Lake Road in Champlin. Santa will be there for the [...]
All after-school and evening activities in the Anoka-Hennepin School District have been cancelled for Dec. 4 due to heavy snowfall and the forecast for continuing snow throughout the afternoon.