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Motorists will see a surge of construction activity beginning this week on the expansion of Highway 610 between Elm Creek Boulevard and Interstate 94 in Maple Grove. Crews will build a new bridge at 105th Avenue over Interstate 94, between Holly Lane on the east and a new intersection being built wi...Read More
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CROSS closed APRIL 3 — CROSS Services will be closed in observance of Good Friday, April 3. CROSS provides services to individuals and families in need, such as food shelf, Peace of Mind Housing financial assistance, Meals on Wheels, clothing and household supplies, and more to those living in Map...Read More
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Donald Regan, Founder and Chairman of Premier Banks, was recently named Banker of the Year for 2015 by North Western Financial Review. Premier Banks now boasts 16 locations from Monticello to Rochester. The branch here in Osseo several years running has been voted Best Bank by readers of the Osseo-M...Read More
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Annual challenge sign up begins April 1 Ready to get out and enjoy the outdoors? Why not get outside and get in shape at the same time. The four-week annual Step To It challenge is fast approaching. This year’s Step To It Challenge runs May 3 to 30. The cities of Maple Grove and Osseo [...]...Read More
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Plat for 39 homes approved by Theresa Malloy Contributing Writer The Medina City Council approved a variance setback for parking stalls at the John Bay Company site at its March 17 meeting. City Planner Dusty Finke told the council the came up with terms that if a variance is granted for the parking...Read More
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The Albertville City Council heard that staff met with St. Albert’s Catholic Church officials and believes the church is ready to move forward with a joint 57th Street reconstruction project. The council also approved the high bid for two forfeited residential lots presently owned by the city. 57T...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer Wright County has a long history of turning money back from its annual budgets, as the county board and department heads close out at calendar year with their respective budgets. At the meeting of the Wright County Board, that trend continued. Auditor-Treasurer Bob...Read More
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