The St. Francis City Council Aug. 18 voted 4-1 to immediately place City Administrator Matt Hylen on paid administrative leave and to appoint Public Works Director Paul Teicher as the acting city administrator. Councilmember Tim Brown voted against both actions.
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.”
For Alex Loehlein, battling Darth Vader in a light saber duel would be a dream come true.
Growing up struggling with depression and anxiety, dark days and fearful nights outlined the battleground for a young Eric Gordon.
The sky is the limit for first-graders as they dream of becoming astronauts, firefighters and more.
The first step has been taken in Anoka County’s plan to set up a high-tech traffic control command center at the highway department office to monitor traffic operations on county highways.
The city of Spring Lake Park, known for its enthusiastic civic groups, as the home of School District 16, and hotbed for a variety of athletics, will also be known as the city with the patriotic water tower this year. Spring Lake Park council officially okayed the bid of Apex Contracting Incorporated to paint the Spring Lake Park water tower the colors of red, white, and blue for the cost of $5,850 at Monday evening’s meeting.