Competing for bookworm bragging rights, Anoka-Hennepin middle school students compete in a Battle of the Books, devouring hundreds of pages of the written word, memorizing character traits, story lines, plot twists and subtle innuendos.
Coon Rapids Police Officer Brian Beedle and his merry band of brothers in blue again plan to take the plunge for Special Olympics as part of the annual Polar Bear Plunge event.
The Andover City Council wants the city administrator to stay engaged in the discussion about reopening the Oak View Middle School pool but is currently not interested in helping financially to get this done.
A memorial run/walk will take place Saturday, Oct. 13 at Oak View Middle School in honor of a former student who died from brain cancer.
Oak View (OVMS) and Northdale (NMS) middle schools and Lincoln and Eisenhower elementary schools have received Safe Route to School planning assistance grants from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT).
Herb and Sandra Reiersen spent many nights reading bedtime stories to their three children and appreciate the positive impact that imagination can have on a person’s life.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office recognized heroic acts and exemplary work at its awards ceremony March 22.
Middle schoolers in Anoka-Hennepin School District 11 showed off their reading knowledge at the districtwide Battle of the Books.