This fall, when students arrive at Karner Blue, a new school in Blaine, they will experience an educational environment like no other.
Any lingering doubts that the annual Coon Rapids Fourth of July celebration will permanently move from Sand Creek Park to the new Boulevard Park off Coon Rapids Boulevard were put to rest at a Coon Rapids City Council work session Aug. 4.
For the sixth consecutive year, Anoka will not be raising its levy on residential taxpayers.
Before a 135-acre housing and commercial development can move forward in Blaine, it must go through an extensive environmental review.
Local business owners and politicians heard some different viewpoints on where Minnesota should focus its transportation funding, with one speaker decrying light rail and commuter rail traffic and another saying it is a necessary part of the whole system.
A documentary that highlights Justin Aaberg’s upbringing in the Anoka-Hennepin School District and chronicles the string of suicides in the district from 2009 to 2011 is in post-production.