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The St. Michael City Council heard that developers are contacting the city regarding solar gardens. The council also heard that the Cornerstone apartment developer is still seeking a grant to help pay for a second building, and discussed land use items for two properties. SOLAR GARDEN In his report ...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer Many of the men and women that served in the Armed Forces have found it difficult at times to make their scheduled doctor appointments at Veterans Administration Hospitals. At the meeting of the Wright County Board, that problem took a big step toward being resolve...Read More
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BY SUE WEBBER CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Rogers City Council on March 10 approved an increase in the annual defined pension benefit for active members of the Fire Department from $2,875 to $3,200 per year of service. Beginning in 2015, vested paid-on-call firefighters will receive $3,200 per year of se...Read More
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Residents oppose road plan, number of lots by Theresa Malloy Contributing Writer A proposed development in Medina that would include a conservation district with 42 lots on the 170-acre property east of Homestead Trail and west of Deerhill Road was not something all neighbors in attendance at the Ma...Read More
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Promotes Ryan Burns to police lieutenant The Corcoran City Council directed staff to survey downtown property owners and look into financial options for the proposed downtown utility and street improvement project. The council also promoted a long-time officer to lieutenant and authorized hiring a n...Read More
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Rogers Community Dinner MARCH 19 — The 43rd Annual Rogers Community Dinner is Thursday March 19, in the Crown Room at the Wellstead of Rogers. Social hour 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., dinner 6:30 to 7:30, auction 7:30 to 8, comedy 8 to 9:15. Proceeds from this event will help fund the many local projects su...Read More
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Team celebrates 50th consignment sale Two area sisters have brought another shopping option for families with young children to the area. This Thursday, March 20, marks the start of the 50th Just Between Friends consignment sale Kris Bishop and Katy Saunders have organized in the metro area since 20...Read More
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