By DON HEINZMAN ECM PUBLISHERS Maybe, in this all-too-serious world, we need to laugh more. Imagine a meeting where you can laugh at Laurel and Hardy films, along with shorts on “Popeye the Sailorman” and “The Little Rascals.” That was the agenda for the Bloomington Brats October meeting, a tent of the Sons of the […]
CROSS Services is asking supporters to share their generosity by donating online for CROSS during the annual Give to the Max Day in Minnesota Thursday, Nov. 13. Why give to CROSS? “Money donated to CROSS Services will benefit local individuals and families in their time of need,” CROSS Executive Director Elizabeth Johnson said. “Last year, […]
By Joe Nathan Guest Columnist “These teachers have dedicated their lives to serving students and been recognized for outstanding work. As we examine how to improve public policy, it’s important to hear from some of the best of the best. We need to learn from their success.” That’s how state Sen. Chuck Wiger, DFL-Maplewood, […]
Incumbent candidates Eric Johnson, Ryan Karasek return to fill Ward 1 and Ward 2 council seats By: Megan Hopps Sun Press Newspapers Mayor Incumbent candidate ArMand Nelson will serve the City of Champlin as its mayor through 2016. Nelson finished the race with 4,531 votes (55.31 percent), just 899 votes more than Sabas. Sabas […]
Incumbent candidate Mark Uglem will remain House Rep. for District 36A representing all of Champlin and part of Coon Rapids. Uglem won the race with 3,684 votes (56.6 percent), just 868 votes behind his opponent Jefferson Fietek. Fietek finished the race with 2,816 votes (43.26 percent).
BY Paul Groessel Sun POST Newspapers Consultants working with Brooklyn Park have narrowed the possible redesigns for the 101st Avenue and Highway 169 interchange to three likely options. After a year of study and input from the public, a consultant working with Brooklyn Park presented the three designs that seemed most plausible based on feedback […]
Polls open at 7 a.m. By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The 2014 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Residents of Champlin and Dayton will be able to cast their ballots for area city council positions, including mayors and city council, along with candidates for the Third Congressional District, State Representatives, Hennepin County Attorney and […]
By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council and staff met Monday to discuss a parcel of land located in the City of Champlin that was considered for development, deemed unfit to develop and acquired by the Three Rivers Park District. Furthermore, the city reviewed residents concerns with the three way stop at […]