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By Aaron Brom Managing Editor It’s a situation that every police officer faces nearly every day — pulling someone over. In some ways it’s the most mundane aspect of their job. Someone speeds, swerves, runs a red light, has a loud muffler. They pull the person over, a window is rolled down, a v...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Lisa and Tara Dalman had the top two finishes for Champlin Park girls Alpine skiing as the Rebels took fourth in the Northwest Suburban Conference championship on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Lisa took fifth individually with an overall time of 56.5 seconds at the meet on t...Read More
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City responds to keeping of chickens By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council met to swear in incumbent councilors Ryan Karasek (Ward 1), Eric Johnson (Ward 2) and Mayor ArMand Nelson. At the meeting, the council heard an update from City Administrator Bret Heitkamp regarding th...Read More
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To the Editor: A letter writer writes, “I am appalled and embarrassed by the Rebels Snow Days picture,” but fails to say why. So I ask why? These are good kids AND future leaders having fun. Perhaps the fact that the letter writer deliberately chose to send her child to a private school may have...Read More
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To the Editor: I enjoyed the group picture versus the usual mug shots. The students appear to be having fun. Anybody that thinks that photo should be retaken should volunteer to chaperone a high school dance. The video of them would be priceless. P.S. Any truth to the rumor Miley Cyrus is going to b...Read More
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Hundreds paraded the halls of Jackson Middle School in Champlin, but these weren’t students headed to class, these were families anxious to learn more about health and wellness. The Anoka-Hennepin School District hosted their seventh annual “Community Wellness Day” Saturday, Jan. 24.   Fa...Read More
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