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.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College biology students joined recently with a group of home-schooled students, ages six to 13, to teach them about catching turtles, and then measuring, marking and releasing them for a nationwide research project called “TurtlePop.”
Citing numerous violations of city code, building code and a rental licensing agreement, the Coon Rapids City Council Sept. 16 upheld staff’s denial of a license renewal for Christian Restoration Services’ sober living housing facility at 1005 Coon Rapids Blvd.
The Blaine City Council wants to see if speed humps will limit and slow the flow of traffic accessing Radisson Road at its uncontrolled intersection with 116th Avenue.