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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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A candle was lit in memory Rogers Lion Jerome Gmach during the recent memorial services of the 5M5 Lions International Mid Winter Convention with Jerome’s children, Jamie, Cindy and Lisa lighting the memorial candle during the service. This candle was presented to Jamie, Cindy and Lisa after the s...Read More
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Rogers valedictorian attends State of the Union as Sen. Franken’s guest By Jim Boyle Elk River Star News Joelle Stangler, the 2012 valedictorian for Rogers High School, attended President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, Jan. 20, as a guest of Sen. Al Franken. It was a spect...Read More
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Rogers man, 24, steals running van, takes police on wild ride By Jim Boyle Elk River Star News A 24-year-old Rogers man, who was already charged for felony theft of a motor vehicle stemming from a Jan. 12 incident in Blaine, took Elk River Police and Anoka County Sheriff deputies on a chase Jan. 16 ...Read More
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Fiber arts exhibit THROUGH JAN. 30 — The Friends of the Delano Public Library is holding its fourth annual fiber arts exhibit through Jan. 30 at the library during library hours. Fiber Arts includes any work that involves sewing, knitting, embroidery, rug hooking, felting, crocheting, weaving, cro...Read More
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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News  When Alli Getz was little, there was a dance studio across the street from her home in Maple Grove, so her mom had her start taking lessons. That must have been serendipity. Getz has been devoted to dancing ever since. She has emerged as a standout individual an...Read More
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