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• County employee will do as many as possible now that caseload is at 236 by Jim Boyle Editor Licensed child care workers in Sherburne County will begin seeing more of their licensor. Heather Knutsen, who took over all of the licensing for the county in 2009, came to her supervisor, Jodi Heurung, ...Read More
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• History Center bond being paid off six years early by Jim Boyle Editor The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners has approved the transfer of two funds to pay off the 2005 Heritage Center bond. The result of transfers will be about $119,000 savings from projected interest payments over the li...Read More
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The calls come early in the morning and late into the night. The message is always the same: “We’re going to get our money from you, no matter what you do.” Michael, a 77-year-old retiree, now grows anxious and fearful whenever his phone rings. He always assumes it’s the debt collectors who ...Read More
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Many things impressed me as I marched with thousands of others in St. Paul on Jan. 19, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but what pleased me most were the hundreds of participating families. Parents from cities and suburbs brought their youngsters – some appearing as young as 6 or 7. The parents wer...Read More
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• Rogers High School valedictorian attends Obama’s State of the Union as Sen. Franken’s guest by Jim Boyle Editor Joelle Stangler, the 2012 valedictorian for Rogers High School, attended President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, Jan. 20, as a guest of Sen. Al Franken. ...Read More
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• Rogers man, 24, steals running van and takes police on a wild ride by Jim Boyle Editor A 24-year-old Rogers man, who was already charged for felony theft of a motor vehicle stemming from a Jan. 12 incident in Blaine, took Elk River Police and Anoka County Sheriff deputies on a chase Jan. 16 tha...Read More
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