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The St. Michael City Council unanimously approved an interim use permit to allow a Minnesota Teen Challenge boys boarding school and adult recreational visits at the former Girl Scout camp at Lake Charlotte. The council also approved plans for a 38-home development at St. Michael Parkway, and heard about plans for a second apartment building […]

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As heavy snow cover melts away in Corcoran, more and more junk is becoming visible in the yard of the home at 7695 Rolling Hills Road. Neighbors have been complaining about the unpleasant scene and foul odors wafting in their direction, according to city reports. Corcoran City Administrator Brad Martens, Thursday, March 27, said that […]

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Prom shop opens in the Shoppes at Arbor Lakes  As the snow begins to melt, many high schoolers begin to think of the end of the school year and prom — that right of passage where the girls wear beautiful dresses and the boys dress in tux formal wear. Maple Grove now offers a place […]

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  By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   Three more games entered the books for the Knights boys basketball team; a victory over Monticello, and losses to Big Lake and Spring Lake Park. Monticello came to the STMA gym and played well enough to lead by two points going into halftime. The Magic extended […]

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Olivia Koester Staff Writer   Young artists in the Anoka-Hennepin School District conveyed a shared messaged in thousands of posters: “Stop and Think: Bullying Hurts!” It’s the theme of this year’s anti-bullying poster contest, the 10th the district has hosted. Students in all grade levels had the opportunity to design a poster, and on Election […]

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by T.W. Budig ECM Capitol Reporter   Standing behind a graphic photo of a young woman whose face was being eaten by cancer, medical marijuana supporters last spring spoke of renewing efforts at passing a bill this session. “My feeling is we can get it (the bill) out of the House,” Rep. Tom Hackbarth, R-Cedar, […]

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The St. Michael-Albertville wrestling team began its season with a dual meet win over Monticello Friday, Dec. 6, by a score of 44-24, then crowned 7 individual champions enroute to winning the team title in the STMA Invitational Tourney, the next day. The Knights won 9 out of 14 marches in the Monticello dual with […]

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 It’s time to settle the contract dispute involving the Minnesota Orchestra Association board of directors and its professional musicians. This gridlock has gone on for more than a year and there’s no end in sight. Thousands of classical music lovers from all over the region will not hear the traditional holiday performances of this world-renowned […]

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