GOP and DFL leaders of the Minnesota House and Senate Feb. 19 responded to questions from the press about the legislative session that starts next Tuesday. You can watch that discussion here. The upcoming session is expected to be quite lively, with center stage issues being the minimum wage debate, ongoing issues with MNsure, a [...]
Staff from the city of Coon Rapids have been promoting the city to north metro area bankers and realtors.
On June 30 at 8:19 a.m. in the 10900 block of President Drive NE, a vehicle theft was reported.
The Anoka County Job Training Center has been awarded a $154,000 grant by the Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Board.
A Coon Rapids woman has been a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves Dancers for the past three seasons.
Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Ramsey has been searching for a new lead pastor since its former pastor started a new church in the same community three years ago, and it finally found the right fit.
The 2013 Coon Rapids Junior Royalty have been proclaimed “Coon Rapids Ambassadors of Goodwill” by Mayor Tim Howe.
The city of Coon Rapids wants to purchase three vacant, nonconforming single-family homes in an area north of Main Street adjacent to Bison Creek Park.
The Ramsey City Council June 25 unanimously approved two easement agreements with Great River Energy so that a transmission line project can move forward in one area and a prairie restoration can occur in another.