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I appreciate Scott Corbs providing an explanation of why the County Board’s action switching publications to The Record had merit in terms of cost and circulation. As Mr. Corbs might expect, I disagree, and have reason to believe the County Board shouldn’t have simply chosen the less expensive o...Read More
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As someone who associates with the Republican Party of Minnesota, for many years I have heard the befuddlement amongst party office holders from the local level through the state level. “Why do we loose Statewide elections?”, “How do we grow our base?”, “How do we appeal to independent vot...Read More
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Kathy Tingelstad is a former state representative running for the Connexus board who touts her fiscal conservative background and credentials. The picture she paints of her fiscal record is puzzling and very much at odds with her record when she was a state representative. ...Read More
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It’s difficult to find a word to describe the recent decision of the Anoka County Board to transfer their publications of meetings and notices from the high-circulation ABC Newspapers to the little-known Anoka County Record, but let me try: words like “bizarre” and “incomprehensible” come ...Read More
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It made sense at the time. That’s the only reason I can fathom for the Anoka County Board of Commissioners to choose to publish its important County notices in the Anoka County Record, a newspaper that reaches almost nobody. ...Read More
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Great teachers naturally build positive relationships with their students. High expectations, rules and consequences that make sense help students become productive adults. Good parenting gets the ball rolling at a very early age. This appears to be another program coming down the pipe that will go ...Read More
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Everyday people are on the streets foraging for anything that could make their lives easier. According to the 2013 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, 610,000 people in the United States of America are homeless. Only 65 percent of the homeless people have a shelter to live in. About 700 h...Read More
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Trust is the glue of any alliance. I no longer trust the Anoka County Board. The board recently chose an alternative newspaper, The Record, as its legal publication. I searched in vain for the video of the Jan. 6 board meeting that made the decision. I finally received a perhaps pirated copy of the ...Read More
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My name is Drew and I am from Boy Scout Troop 714. I am writing this letter for my communication merit badge. I think the lunches at Spring Lake Park High School need to be healthier than they are now. Yeah there is fruit and vegetables, but we also get the hamburger and fries. We don’t even ge...Read More
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