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TIF/subsidy agreement for Marksman Metals The St. Michael City Council approved a tax increment financing (TIF) and business subsidy agreement for the Marksman Metals expansion. The council also heard an update regarding Riverside Church’s request to relocated into the theater building at Hwy. 241 and Interstate 94.   MARKSMAN The council opened a public hearing [...]

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BY SUE WEBBER CONTRIBUTING WRITER   As the Rogers City Council discusses the city’s 2015 budget, there will be a variety of wish-list items to consider, including an apparently pressing need for two additional police officers. At the council’s work session, City Administrator Steve Stahmer and Finance Director Lisa Wieland gave an overview of the [...]

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At a recent special board meeting, the Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose (BHM) School Board announced their decision to place a bond question on the Nov. 4 general election ballot. This decision came after months and months of research and discussions with staff and district administrators. The proposed $33 million bond has a variety of projects that touch every [...]

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Members of the 1949 graduating class from Osseo High School host a reunion on July 26 at the home of Donna (nee Holmes) Moen. The class hosted a picnic. Pictured are: Betty (nee Duffy) Egan, Dell (nee Scott) Larson, Gwen (nee Raymond) Hewitt, Evelyn Berg, Sylvia (Buchholz) Diamond and Delores (Miller) Armstrong. Back row: Gene [...]

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The Maple Grove Fire Department recently held fire training at a donated house. The training allowed firefighters to practice vital skills needed to advance hose lines into a typical home to fight a fire before it gets too far out of control. Summer in Minnesota is a time when many people look forward to taking [...]

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Blood alcohol level was nearly four times legal limit   BY Paul Groessel Sun POST Newspapers   John VanWagner’s blood alcohol concentration was almost four times the legal limit when he allegedly slammed his car against the back of a 16-year-old’s car at 60 miles per hour, according to the details of a criminal complaint [...]

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