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Members of the 1949 graduating class from Osseo High School host a reunion on July 26 at the home of Donna (nee Holmes) Moen. The class hosted a picnic. Pictured are: Betty (nee Duffy) Egan, Dell (nee Scott) Larson, Gwen (nee Raymond) Hewitt, Evelyn Berg, Sylvia (Buchholz) Diamond and Delores (Miller) Armstrong. Back row: Gene [...]

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By CHRISTIAAN TARBOX Sun POST Newspapers   I think in regards to the sudden and shocking passing of Robin Williams on Aug. 11, everything that could be said has already been said. Whether it was an anecdote from a famous friend of his or a simple tweet from a fan, it’s pretty safe to say [...]

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Imagine this: Your 15-year-old son becomes seriously ill. Is it cancer or some other life-threatening disease? You whisk him off to the emergency room. Within days, you have updates on Facebook. “Billy is doing much better.” “The medicine is working!” “He’s going to be OK.” Many of us have experienced that scenario in our lives. [...]

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Pet owners, groups cite favorable aspects of pit bulls By Alicia Miller & Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   Bright eyes, smiling faces and wagging tails are just some of the admirable traits of a pit bull. American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers (the breeds typically lumped in the term [...]

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The Osseo City Council was presented with the option to purchase property near Boerboom Park for future city park use during its Monday, Aug. 11, meeting. The council also discussed and amendment to the current rental inspection services agreement with the city of Brooklyn Park. City Planner Riley Grams announced the Five Central project received [...]

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By Joe Nathan  Guest Columnist   Youngsters like Kerrie Maleski, Kayley Schoonmaker, Matt Rubel and Will Tully are part of a major trend in Minnesota. They are among the growing number of students in Minnesota’s two-year community colleges. They’ve also been elected as leaders of the Minnesota State College Student Association. National research says cost [...]

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Metro development plans adjust for next generation By DON HEINZMAN ECM PUBLISHERS The millennials, ages 18-34, are forcing changes in the metropolitan area housing patterns, particularly in the first-ring suburbs and urban centers. Steve Elkins is the District 5 Metropolitan Council member, representing Bloomington, Richfield, Edina and Hopkins, who spoke to progressives recently in Bloomington. [...]

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