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.
Advocacy services work to combat, prevent domestic violence by NATALIE CONRAD Sun CURRENT Newspapers Domestic violence and abuse are difficult problems to solve, but there is hope. After, or even before, law enforcement steps in, a variety of advocacy services are available to help victims break free of domestic violence, whether their needs are [...]
Project heads host well-attended open house by Brian Rosemeyer Sun sailor Newspapers More than 100 residents gathered at Plymouth City Hall Nov. 19 to take information and express concerns surrounding the forthcoming addition of a dynamic shoulder on I-494 from Fish Lake Road to Hwy. 55. The evening began with an open house where [...]
A story of the U.S.-Dakota Conflict of 1862 By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Champlin author and historian, Colin Mustful, recently published his novel “Thy Eternal Summer,” a story focusing largely on the enigmatic struggle between American Indians and white settlers of the nineteenth century. Mustful attended Salem International University in Virginia where he [...]