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The Rogers Area Community Prayer Gathering has been organized in recognition of the National Day of Prayer. This free event, open to the public, will be from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, May 7, at the Rogers Elementary gym, located at 12521 Main St. in Rogers. It is planned and facilitated by Rogers-area past...Read More
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The first Elk River Grad Party Root Beer and Bacon 0.1K Fun Run is set for 9-11 a.m. Saturday, May 2, in the Elk River High School parking lot, 900 School St. A one-tenth of a kilometer is 328 feet, 1 inch. Registration fee is $20 and includes a T-shirt. Participants can register the day [...]...Read More
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by Peter Bodley ECM Publishers Preliminary action was taken by the Anoka County Regional Rail Authority April 14 to refinance bonds sold in 2007 to pay for the county’s share of the Northstar Commuter Rail project. The proposal to refund the original $32.5 million bond issue with the sale of $27.7...Read More
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• Undecided on her major but committed to a purposeful life Name: Elizabeth Brayden Parents: John and Shar Brayden List the activities you have participated in and tell of your proudest accomplishments. I have played high school tennis for the last four years, the past two years I was on varsity,...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor Elk River High School fielded its first two girls bowling teams, and one of them is competing at state today, April 25. Elk River Black enters the tournament ranked 12th in the state The team took second in the Metro West Conference and were conference tournament runner-up, accor...Read More
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• Thunder students go with ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ theme for their 2015 event Story by Debbie Griffin and photos by Griffin and Erik Jacobson Juniors and seniors of Zimmerman High School stepped into the “Bright Lights, Big City” theme April 18, beginning with the 4 p.m. Grand March in ...Read More
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Great River Energy has donated $1,500 to Open Doors for Youth in support of the nonprofit’s mission to provide a safe place where youth experiencing homelessness can acquire basic needs and resources to become self-sufficient. GRE’s donation will help to purchase necessities for those using the ...Read More
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Just in time for Earth Day, the Elk River Cub Foods has completed a retrofit of its lighting. The store replaced 55 400-watt and 128 100-watt metal halide bulbs with energy-efficient LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs. Together they reduce energy consumption by more than 230,000 kilowatt hours per yea...Read More
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