Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: I would like to thank Osseo Area Community Education and Services for hosting the Camp Invention program this summer. At Camp Invention, children work together in teams to find solutions to real-world challenges inspired by the greatest innovators in the National Inventors Hall of Fame. This summer, local elementary students at Cedar […]

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To the Editor:  I was very happy to learn that Phil Leith was going to run for re-election to the Maple Grove City Council. I have known Phil for over 30 years as we met in college. I was living here in Maple Grove when Phil moved here 27 years ago, so I have seen […]

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To the Editor: My wife Jennifer DeJournett is running for re-election to the Three Rivers Park Commission for District 2, which includes the cities of Osseo, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Dayton and Maple Grove. Jennifer and I currently live in Maple Grove with our four children. We have always enjoyed the Three Rivers parks in our […]

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To the Editor: Please join me in voting for Beverly Aho for Hennepin County Judge on Nov. 4. As a long-time resident of Maple Grove and civil litigation attorney, I know that District Court judges are far more likely to have an impact on your daily lives than most high-profile political figures. They are the […]

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To the Editor: Leann Sargent’s jail sentence for financially exploiting her father is only the most recent event in a disturbing pattern. Leann was also charged with two felonies related to her 2011 bankruptcy. The charges were dropped due to jurisdictional issues, not because she was found innocent. Leann’s real estate license was revoked and […]

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Letter to the Editor: As many of you know, Maple Grove was recently named the second best place to live in America by Money Magazine. This award is a fine recognition of the leadership from our Mayor and City Council, the dedication of city staff, and especially the investment that our residents, businesses and organizations […]

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To the editor: I normally don’t pay too much attention about the going on’s political wise in our community. I know I should but there usually is not much need in our little town of Champlin. But this past year there were some concerns or questions we had about something. Since Ryan is our rep, […]

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To the Editor: Dating from 1936, the Champlin Mill Pond Dam is getting a much needed and long awaited upgrade, thanks primarily to State Representative Mark Uglem. Mark Uglem has been an avid proponent of this project for 15 years. First as a Champlin City Council member, then as Champlin Mayor and this year as […]

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