A Blaine High School graduate is owner of the new Kalon Salon and Spa in Blaine.
It was a good idea and still is, Rep. Tom Hackbarth said. “We were very close last year,” Hackbarth said of lawmakers passing racino legislation.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton not only accepted the autism awareness blue lantern Tuesday, April 2, but waved it. Kammy Kramer, an Eagan mother with two autistic children, was delighted.
Gripping a Sharpee in his right hand, children’s book author/illustrator David LaRochelle carefully wrote the numbers 1-10 on a giant piece of paper mounted on an easel in the classroom as Epiphany Catholic School sixth-graders filed in.
Photos of the Week for March 29, 2013
March madness is typically reserved for the most intense time of the college basketball season, not the pre-soccer season.
A number of students from Anoka-Hennepin School District middle and high schools received awards in the 2012-13 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards (MSAA) competition.
Hundreds of puppeteers, ventriloquists, artists and performers practiced proclaiming the Gospel message during the annual Puppet Festival, staged at Coon Rapids United Methodist Church March 8 and 9.
A sleeker gun bill cleared a House committee on Thursday, March 21, after a heftier one floundered for lack of votes.
Although Larry Raymond only received 7.7 percent of the vote in the last election, he ranked higher with the Spring Lake Park City Council.
Democrats lauded Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposed state budget as the boldest seen in decades.
Historic marriage legislation is heading to Senate and House floors.
Next Tuesday (March 12) will be a big day at the State Capitol.
President Theodore Roosevelt will be the subject of Coon Rapids Senior Services’ March Tea Talk presentation.
Rep. Debra Hilstrom of Brooklyn Center suggested the gun issue came to her rather than the other way around.
Legislation to close a veterans residency gap in Minnesota is being pushed by a Forest Lake lawmaker.
Legislation providing for a unionization vote among certain child care providers has been expanded to include a possible vote among personal care attendants.