Coon Rapids Police Department’s newest K-9 team was introduced to the community at the July 1 Coon Rapids City Council meeting when donors in the fundraising effort that made the purchase and training of the dog possible were recognized and thanked.
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Capt. Cary Parks, Coon Rapids Police’s longest serving officer, has retired after more than 31 years with the department.
A challenge involving seven Coon Rapids organizations to determine who makes the best chili in town contributed more than $1,000 toward the fundraising campaign for Coon Rapids Police Department’s new K9, Billy.
Coon Rapids Police Chief Brad Wise has issued a chili champion challenge and declared a cook-off contest May 18 at the Coon Rapids VFW.
Those committed to protect and serve took their oaths to the ice when the Coon Rapids Police and Fire Guns & Hoses hockey team faced off against the Legacy Christian Academy Lions at Coon Rapids Ice Center April 19.
The Coon Rapids Police Department has a new K-9 thanks to a community fundraising effort.
Coon Rapids’ two newest police officers were given their oath of office and received their permanent badges at the Coon Rapids City Council meeting April 1.