Quad Cities Community Television (QCTV) is tasked with making government meetings, sports games and other community programming available to the residents of Andover, Anoka, Champlin and Ramsey.
Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce members were riveted by Peter Vodenka Tuesday morning as he shared the gripping story of his young family’s defection from Czechoslovakia in 1983.
The staff and board of directors at Quad Cities Cable Television (QCTV) have announced the hiring of Karen George as the new executive director.
Volunteers from Andover, Anoka, Champlin, Coon Rapids and Ramsey want to assist military service members and their families any way they can.
For nine-year-old Johnny Lindgren, kicking a soccer ball down the field and racing after it toward the goal fills his heart with glee.
Seven Northwest Suburban Conference football players have been selected to play June 30 in the Minnesota high school all-star football game, a game showcasing outstanding senior players from the 2011 high school football season.
A number of area lawmakers arose the early morning hours of May 10 on the Minnesota House floor to speak for perhaps the last time in the chamber as state representatives.
After the retirement announcement of Rep. Denise Dittrich, DFL-Champlin/Coon Rapids, Grace Baltich of Champlin has announced that she will run for the Minnesota Legislature in House District 36A.
When Nicole Rice’s husband was on his first deployment they had a one-year-old daughter and a second daughter who had just been born. The only chance she had to complete the important task of shoveling snow was late at night when the kids were sleeping.