by Joni Astrup Associate Editor Some changes are in store for the Main Street and Parrish Avenue intersection in downtown Elk River. The city is looking at eliminating five parking spaces to make room for a right-turn lane for eastbound Main Street traffic wanting to turn south onto Parrish Avenue. The five parking spaces are [...]
by Joni Astrup Associate Editor Dave Anderson, who has been a key figure in the development and maintenance of parks in Elk River, is the city’s Volunteer of the Month for November. He was honored at Monday’s Elk River City Council meeting. “The term ‘volunteer’ doesn’t seem to really cover all the things he’s done,” [...]
Jonathan Christie has been hired as a police officer in Elk River. He took the oath of office during Monday’s Elk River City Council meeting. Christie is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and has been a member of the Elk River Police Reserves. He replaces Officer Brynell Stewart, who has resigned.
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The city of Elk River is accepting applications for on-call firefighters through Wednesday, Nov. 27. Applications are available online at www.ElkRiverMN.gov or can be picked up at the Elk River City Hall, 13065 Orono Parkway. “Since 1881, the Elk River Fire Department has proudly served the community as a full-service emergency response and public safety [...]