Here’s some good news, looking ahead to the 2015 Minnesota Legislature’s discussions about improving public schools. Two leading Minnesota Senate Democrats described several of their priorities as similar to those described last week by leading House Republicans. While this doesn’t ensure agreement, it’s encouraging that these leaders share some similar priorities. They include a review of testing and funding formulas, along with efforts to strengthen the teaching profession.

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A Coon Rapids man was placed on probation for 15 years Oct. 2 after pleading guilty in Anoka County District Court to a felony second-degree controlled substance crime charge, possession of methamphetamine, for an incident in Blaine.

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