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Champlin Park climbs out of 20-7 hole By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park rallied from a 20-7 halftime deficit to send the Andover football team to a 0-3 start on Friday, Sept. 12. “Win by 30 or lose by 30, we’re just going to go out there and keep playing,” Rebels senior linebacker [...]

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Milaca Mega Meet up next for Champlin Park By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park cross country tested their mettle against many of their conference and section opponents at the Rum River Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 11. Diana Glebova led the Rebels girls team to an eighth-place finish among 18 squads. Glebova ran a [...]

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By Bob San Sun press Newspapers After a rebuilding season in 2013, a more experienced Champlin Park tennis team is enjoying success in 2014. “Last year our varsity had to start over because a lot of seniors left us,” senior co-captain Emily Sjostrom said. “And we had a good year.” The Rebels improved as the [...]

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By BOB san Sun press Newspapers The way Sydney Hilley sees it, when the choice is so obvious, why wait to make a decision. Hilley, the Champlin Park sophomore who is one of the most highly recruited volleyball players in the state, surprised many in the state volleyball community when she announced last year that [...]

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PUPS facility in Maple Grove at capacity PUPS in Maple Grove is in crisis for cats. As of Sept. 8, there were more than 30 cats at its facility. The Maple Grove Police Department runs PUPS (Pets Under Police Security), which is a facility where lost pets are taken and cared for until they are picked [...]

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The 29th annual Coats for Kids collection drive begins Sept. 15. Pilgrim Cleaners sponsors the annual project, accepting new and gently used coats, then cleaning them and distributing to various local charities to help families in need stay warm this winter. Pilgrim Cleaners has set a goal of 10,000 coats. Coats will be collected until [...]

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To the Editor: I am writing this letter to voice my concerns regarding the Anti-Bullying Task Force recommendations that were submitted to the Anoka-Hennepin School  Board for approval — in particular Recommendation #3 that seeks to honor, affirm and celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) lifestyles and diverse family arrangements. I have had a [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council reviewed the preliminary 2015 budget and established a budget public hearing date. It also heard from resident Don Vry, who submitted an application to split his lot. BUDGET Minnesota statues require cities to adopt a proposed budget each year and to certify a maximum proposed [...]

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