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Six middle school students were recognized for their writing May 13, during a Coon Rapids Rotary Luncheon.
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A man was struck and killed Monday morning by a train just north of the railroad crossing at 85th Avenue in Coon Rapids, near Springbrook Nature Center.
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Andover residents gathered May 8 at City Hall to hear an update on when and how hazardous waste will be removed from the site of the Waste Disposal Engineering Landfill.
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Contracts were awarded by the Coon Rapids City Council May 7 for two residential street reconstruction projects totaling 7.3 miles.
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Charges: Pair caught with almost 40 grams of meth
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Over 90 volunteers from Keller Williams Classic Realty in Coon Rapids worked May 9 on continuing to repair four cottages on the old Anoka State Hospital campus to provide veterans with housing.
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The Anoka County Historical Society hosted a Jell-O cook-off and fundraiser May 11 at the Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View Fire Station 3 in Blaine.
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Actors from Z Puppets Rosenschnoz in Minneapolis teamed up with Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts students for a performance of “Monkey Mind Pirates” May 10 in Anoka where they taught families about mindfulness and the art of finding calm.
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