From May through Halloween my fellow docents from the Anoka County Historical Society and I guide brave and curious souls through the darkened streets of Anoka relating the history of the homes and places of business we encounter during our 1 mile walk — and speculating about some of the unexplained phenomenon that has occurred within those premises.
As part of Spring Lake Park Schools’ back-to-school kick-off event in late August, we heard a powerful and moving reminder that we must focus on the needs of EACH child to ensure their success. This message was delivered in a dramatic, emotional and humorous way from Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch.
State Board of Education demands that Anoka take steps at once to replace Franklin. Present building is condemned and board threatens to withdraw $5000 annual state aid. The Board of Education met Friday evening, the principal matter for discussion being the condition of the present Franklin building.
Families and educators embrace this time of year. A new school year, new grade level, new teacher and new friends, as well as connecting with friends from previous years. The excitement of a new school year focuses on preparing our students for a successful year of learning experiences. With those preparations, we know that how [...]
Looking back at my U. S. Senate campaign, the passage of a bit of time has allowed for reflection and many kind contacts from supporters. There is never a guarantee of winning when one sets out on a difficult quest, whether it is leaving the Old Country for the New World, starting a new business or running for public office.
For the last 10 years my wife Carolyn and I have gone at least once a year to Hawk Ridge and on several occasions more than once. Hawk Ridge is located along Skyline Drive east and north of downtown Duluth and is one of the premier raptor observation areas in the world. People from all over the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia come every year to observe the migration of raptors at Hawk Ridge.