The Anoka County Board has given the green light to a collaborative chemical health initiative in three middle schools in the county.
Mike Gamache, Debbie Johnson and Reid Oines will all compete in the Aug. 12 primary election, with the top two vote-getters appearing on the general election ballot to represent District 5 on the Anoka County Board. The district includes parts of Andover, Coon Rapids and a small portion of Fridley.
Jason King, Matthew Knutson and Karen Varian will vie to be to be one of the two top vote-getters in the Aug. 12 primary election for Blaine’s Ward 3, securing a spot on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
With current Coon Rapids Mayor Tim Howe not running for re-election, it has opened the floodgates for candidates who will vie in the Aug. 12 primary election. Hoping to be one of the two top vote-getters, ensuring a spot on the Nov. 4 general election ballot, are: Ronald Bradley, Jerry Koch, Ron Manning, Jerry Pierce, Phil Rosar, Ted Schmolke and Eric Sykes.
A field of five candidates will vie in the Aug. 12 primary election to be one of two on the general election ballot to represent Ward 3 in the city of Coon Rapids. Running in the primary are: Ethan Campbell, Wade Demmer, Scott Nellis, Alan Williams and Ethan Yang. The seat is currently held by Paul Johnson, who is not running for re-election.