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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Champlin City Council and staff reviewed the details of a plan to reconstruct Champlin’s Allina Medical Clinic in the coming year. Furthermore, the council delved further into a consent agenda item involving a joint powers agreement with Hennepin County and reviewed the city’s 2013 audit and financial [...]

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By DEB TAYLOR GUEST COLUMNIST   Every parent knows the urgency of waiting for the arrival of a newborn. They have nine months to plan and prepare. There are purchases to make: furniture, stroller, car seat and such. Work plans and child care often must be arranged. Significant planning goes into this important life event, [...]

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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin-based youth soccer teams took their shot at international glory for the July 15-19 USA Cup in Blaine. Seven squads from the Rebels Soccer Club participated in the annual week long tournament at Blaine’s National Sports Center. Rebels U13 boys, coached by Jason Landkamer, had the deepest run in [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   Election season is now upon the residents of Champlin and Dayton. Next week marks the beginning of when interested individuals may file for office. Residents of Dayton and Champlin interested in running for city council positions in either city can file Affidavits of Candidacy between Tuesday, July 29 [...]

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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Team McAlpine won their fifth Matt Lee Classic softball title on Sunday, July 20 in a 15-10 victory over Chops. “We played good defense, had some big hits,” McAlpine manager Reed McAlpine said. McAlpine’s fittingly won the tournament it had been instrumental in starting. McAlpine made the tournament the [...]

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Senator John Hoffman (DFL – Champlin) will join families, first responders and community businesses at neighborhood events to celebrate Night to Unite on Tuesday, Aug. 5. The annual event brings neighbors and public safety officials together to raise crime prevention awareness and build a stronger community. Senator Hoffman will once again sponsor the ‘Night to [...]

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Wurth Adams to relocate from Maple Grove to Brooklyn Park   BY Paul Groessel Sun POST Newspapers   Real estate developer United Properties has received approvals to move ahead with the development of the Northcrossing business park on the southeast corner of Highway 169 and Highway 610 in Brooklyn Park. The developers are anticipating four [...]

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