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‘We shouldn’t accept the status quo’ The St. Michael-Albertville School Board told the St. Michael and Albertville city councils that the school district needs the cities’ help in lobbying the State Capitol for greater student funding equity. The joint group also heard updates about school c...Read More
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By Joni Astrup ECM Staff Writer Two state legislators met with citizens last week during several town hall meetings in the area. State Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer, R-Big Lake, and State Rep. Eric Lucero, R-Dayton, talked about the legislative session and fielded questions. There are less than seven weeks le...Read More
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By Eric Hagen ECM Staff Writer Sixth Congressional District Congressman Tom Emmer fielded questions on a wide range of topics including trade, national security, the Patriot Act, education, the environment and energy at an April 1 town hall meeting at Blaine City Hall. Most seats in the council cham...Read More
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STMA Rotary Club is pleased to announce that Charlene Zachman from Neighborhood Connections will be speaking at the Tuesday, April 7, Rotary meeting. The meeting will take place at 7:30 a.m. in the Crow River Senior Center at the St. Michael City Center. Visitors are welcome. Neighborhood Connection...Read More
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Hudson Wisconsin-based First American Bank (First American), including Great Northern Bank of St. Michael, announced that Executive Vice President and board member Peter Alworth will be leaving First American April 15 to pursue other interests. “As the founder and chairman of Great Northern Bank o...Read More
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Injured after fall By Alli Theis Contributing Writer On Thursday, March 5, Dave Theis of St. Michael was outside cutting trees in the ditch line along our property. One of the trees he cut fell the wrong way and landed on top of him. Thankfully, a neighbor was working with him and was able to [...]...Read More
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St. Michael City Attorney Dave Lenhardt informed the city council Tuesday, March 24, that the Riverside Church has filed a lawsuit against the city. Lenhardt said the suit was filed in federal court regarding the city’s decision last fall not to approve an ordinance amendment that would have allow...Read More
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