Results of a business retention and expansion study for which the city of Coon Rapids partnered with the University of Minnesota Extension Service and business leaders were unveiled last month at a retreat at Anoka-Ramsey Community College.
When Dr. Kent Hanson, the soon-to-be Anoka-Ramsey Community College (ARCC) and Anoka Technical College (ATC) president, stepped to the podium he brought out two tools to help with his new job: a screwdriver and a large butterfly clip.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College brings a satirical musical comedy to stage with its upcoming production of “Urinetown.” The show lampooning municipal policies is set in an undefined Gotham city undergoing a 20-year drought. Water is scare and a government-enforced ban requires citizens to use public rather than private amenities. Users must “pay to pee” at public [...]
Three Anoka-Ramsey Community College faculty members, Aaron Dysart, Kathryn Kysar and Laura E. Migliorino, have been awarded 2013 Minnesota State Arts Board grants through the artist initiative program.