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By Joni Astrup Elk River Star News  Rogers Police Chief Jeff Beahen already attends City Council meetings, but in the wake of a shooting at New Hope City Hall, the council has asked that an additional officer also be at the meetings. Now a uniformed officer sits at the back of the room, and the [.....Read More
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Work on Interstate 94 from Rogers to St. Michael resumed Monday, March 9. Motorists may encounter brief shoulder or lane closures during non-rush hours, but most of the work will take place off the roadway until later this spring. Motorists are reminded that workers and equipment are present and sho...Read More
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Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Director of Buildings and Grounds John Heltenun provided the school board with information regarding the work that has taken place on the various projects included in the 2014 Bond Issue, including the Hanover Elementary School project. He said the following projects are sch...Read More
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Women of Today MARCH 12 — Get out and join the St. Michael-Albertville Women of Today for a fun event Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m. They will be making a layered cowboy cookie mix in a jar guests can bring home to bake or share as a gift. Come have fun layering up the [...]...Read More
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Work on Interstate 94 from Rogers to St. Michael resumed Monday, March 9. Motorists may encounter brief shoulder or lane closures during non-rush hours, but most of the work will take place off the roadway until later this spring. Motorists are reminded that workers and equipment are present and sho...Read More
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The Easter holiday is fast approaching and CROSS is looking for community supporters to help provide and fill baskets and bags with toys and treats for children of CROSS families for an Easter morning surprise. Donations of new Easter baskets, bags, bubbles, and egg dying kits are among the most des...Read More
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BY SUE WEBBER CONTRIBUTING WRITER An overwhelming police presence turned the Feb. 24 Rogers City Council meeting into an unusual family reunion of sorts. The occasion was the retirement of Rogers Police Officer Joe Zerwas, who began working part-time in Rogers in 1998. His family is replete with law...Read More
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