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By Joe Nathan  Guest Columnist Here’s some good news, looking ahead to the 2015 Minnesota Legislature’s discussions about improving public schools. Two leading Minnesota Senate Democrats described several of their priorities as similar to those described last week by leading House Republicans. ...Read More
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Dayton council mulls sewer deadline By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Dayton City Council and staff met in a work session to discuss the requirement for northeast Dayton to connect to city sewer and water. During the work session, city staff reviewed the guidelines with the council regarding the p...Read More
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Bunce Backyard Productions presents holiday show By Alicia Miller SUN PRESS Newspapers The sounds and sights of Christmas are all around this time of year. One Maple Grove family and group is offering area residents something fun and unique to do before the holiday arrives. Bunce Backyard Production...Read More
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CROSS Meals on Wheels drivers recently started preparing for severe winter weather conditions by packing blizzard bags for more than 50 participants in the community. The blizzard bags provide shelf stable meals for those receiving Meals on Wheels in case meals cannot be delivered due to severe weat...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Throughout the year, the city councils of Champlin and Dayton have approved preliminary and final plans to develop certain parcels of their respective cities. The city of Champlin has approved plans to build more than 140 single family homes in the city along with...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Round four of a proposed policy regarding transgender student participation awaits the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors in their upcoming December meeting. At the MSHSL office in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, Dec. 4, the board will review ...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Millions of people will gather around the table to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast this week, well, 45 million to be exact. This year at the Eastman Nature Center in Dayton, families were invited to track turkeys, learn bird calls, explore artifacts and learn more abou...Read More
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By Joe Nathan  Guest Columnist One of my saddest and happiest days in school was the first day I wore my glasses, in the third grade. I already disliked my ears, which stuck out, and now I was the only kid with glasses. I felt super ugly and hated the idea of going to school. [...]...Read More
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