Even if they have a slight decline in the number of students served, most Minnesota districts and charter schools will be receiving more money per pupil in the coming school year.
A woman initially arraigned on two felony charges in Anoka County District Court for setting merchandise in a Blaine Wal-Mart store on fire was sentenced July 10 on a gross misdemeanor level charge.
On Wednesday, Aug. 6 the MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce will host a forum entitled “What’s Coming Down the Road: Transportation and Your Business.”
When I started working for Anoka-Hennepin School District seven years ago, I was immediately impressed by the communication taking place between our schools and families. It was clear to me our parents were engaged in their children’s education and appreciated information provided by their teachers and schools.
A second suspect who pleaded guilty in Anoka County District Court to a felony mail theft charge filed following a series of thefts of mail in Coon Rapids in October 2013 has been sentenced.
An old Wall Street adage holds that a stock is worth what somebody is willing to pay for it. However, even more appropriate is an adapation of that adage by Investment Advisor Richard Ney (1916-2004.) He used to say “a stock is worth what the NYSE floor specialist is willing to pay for it.” In any case, both have more merit than all of the blue sky that so-called “investment experts” tell us what a stock or the stock market is worth.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Field of Dreams, the highly-acclaimed baseball movie based on the W.P. Kinsella novel “Shoeless Joe” about an Iowa farmer who builds a baseball field where the ghosts of baseball players in the early 20th century come out of the cornfields to play ball.