A blanket made of discarded feed sacks and old clothing pieced together, a quilt’s sole purpose was to provide warmth on a cold winter’s night.
Friday, Sept. 19, 2014 is POW/MIA Recognition Day – an event honoring prisoners of war and our missing and their families and highlights the government’s commitment to account for them.
In a great pitching duel in which Hanson and Crawford showed great skill, Anoka beat the Royal League in the 9th and trimmed them to 3 to 0. Every member of the home team carried a kalsomine brush and only one Leaguer succeeded in reaching second.
Some 150 seniors gathered at Coon Rapids Senior Center Sept. 10 for its 15th annual safety camp. The event offered tips for safer living in and around Coon Rapids. Presentations were done by Jani Bialke (Anoka County 911 dispatch), Coon Rapids police officer Bryan Platz (Heart Safe Coon Rapids), Coon Rapids police officer Bill Hammes [...]