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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers A second time around with the defending Class 3A champions still didn’t go Champlin Park’s way, but the Rebels remain in the thick of their division race. With a game remaining against each of the Northwest Suburban Conference north division leaders, the Rebe...Read More
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Minnesota is known for its outdoors culture. Whether its skiing, cycling or angling that gets your blood pumping, Champlin and Dayton offer plenty of ways to get fresh air, especially when Minnesotans need it most — in the wintertime. ELM CREEK PARK RESERVE Situated in Dayton, Champlin and a porti...Read More
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Mayor McNeil, Councilor Ziebell sworn in By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The City of Dayton conducted its first meeting of the new year Tuesday, Jan. 13, to discuss last month’s sewer and water open house and to review their priorities. At the meeting, Councilor Anne Ziebell and Mayor Tim McNe...Read More
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By Matthew Hankey Sun CURRENT Newspapers Brett Favre was my childhood hero. I grew up in northeast Wisconsin, roughly 25 miles southwest of Green Bay. In my eyes, and millions of other Packers fans, the man could do no wrong. We welcomed him back after his rehab stint for Vicodin addiction and even ...Read More
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Good economic news comes from all fronts By DON HEINZMAN ECM PUBLISHERS Don’t look for Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to be on the cover of Time magazine anytime soon, but it’s obvious that from an economic standpoint, Minnesota is a state that works. As you might recall, years ago, Gov. Wendell And...Read More
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The following is a synopsis of events that occurred in Champlin during the weeks of Dec. 21 to Jan. 3. Dec. 21 11700 block of Kentucky Avenue: Assault – no arrest Dec. 22 11100 block of Idaho Court: Property damage – miscellaneous Dec. 23 Jimmy Johns: Theft – wallet Highway 169 and 109th A...Read More
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