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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Phase two of the Andrew’s Park re-construction project was completed this summer. This phase of the project included the addition of a splash pad, trail and entry improvements, as well as renovation of the picnic shelter and programming building. Phase three of the project kicked off in August and [...]

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To the Editor: There are three defining qualities I want in a person who represents the interests of my family and me: initiative, follow-through and a genuine interest in ideas and progress. Add to that, true kindness and passion for the growth and well-being of others and you’ve described incumbent City Councilman for Ward 1, Ryan [...]

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This November as Champlin residents we will be voting for a Mayor, I am writing to pledge my vote for Ryan Sabas. I have known Ryan his whole life. I watched a young ambitious man start a small business with no employees, now ten years later he has several employees and an expanding business. This [...]

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Ryan Sabas for Mayor would be a good change for Champlin. He is a young local man who lost his dad at a young age and then continued on the family business. Today the business is twice as large as and very successful, because of Ryan’s hard work and determination. Ryan knows the city’s problems, [...]

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To the Editor: Mark Uglem has done an excellent job in the Minnesota House of Representatives. His proven record as mayor combined with one term in the House gives him the perfect experience to continue serving the people of this community. Mark has shown his ability to work both sides of the aisle to the betterment [...]

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To the Editor: Over the past year, I’ve noticed more and more interesting articles being posted in the Champlin Dayton Press. In your paper dated 10//2/14, I found the article about the Champlin mayoral candidate to be one of the most interesting reads. I can’t believe what I read about Ryan Sabas’ past. He’s 27 years [...]

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From backpacks to notebooks and pencils, approximately 3,630 pounds of school supplies were donated to CROSS Services in August to help area youth be ready for their return to school. CROSS Services would like to thank those in the community for their more than $18,000 worth of school supply donations which helped fill 644 backpacks, [...]

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To the Editor: I am writing to ask for your support in electing Ron Rosen to city council to represent Ward 1. I have known Ron the past four years and am excited that he has decided to run for city council. His passion for the community is evidenced by the countless hours as a [...]

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