Area residents appeared at an April 4 meeting of the Blaine City Council to protest a kennel license issued Feb. 7 to James and Janelle Kappes for construction of a kennel near 131st and Lexington. The residents presented a petition asking that the license be rescinded, protesting that they did not want the kennel in the area due to noise, danger to children if dogs get loose, extra traffic on the road, and loss of property value.
Mary Banister has been part of organizing every one of the 16 annual Anoka County Senior Expos. Over the years, it has blossomed into an event where hundreds of senior citizens come to learn about everything they need to know from housing to homecare, financial assistance and much more.
Roy R. Frazier, oculist, formerly located in Anoka, and plaintiff in a suit for divorce from his wife, Flora E. Frazier, according to his wife’s testimony, maintained letter boxes at the post office under assumed names to correspond with other women. He lived in a tent, he says, to escape nagging of wife. The case is on trial before Judge Leary.
Chain of Lakes Church is hosting a benefit breakfast for homeless teens Sunday, April 13 from 9 to 10:15 a.m.