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•Click here to read more about micro preemies Dylan and Hayden Moan of Elk River. •Mother of the Moan twins writes about the journey on Caring Bridge. Click here to read more. by Joni Astrup Associate editor Two pairs of tiny footprints and the words “Miracles Do Happen” decorated the front ...Read More
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Click here to read about the challenges Highway 10 poses for one Elk River business. by Joni Astrup Associate editor Local leaders are turning up the heat to improve key corridors like Highway 10 and Highway 169 in Elk River and beyond. One of the people in the thick of it is Sherburne County Commis...Read More
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by Mindy Mateuszczyk A four-alarm fire broke out Thursday afternoon in Dayton, drawing crews from a dozen fire departments. Eyewitness reports said the fire was ablaze around 3 p.m. on Dayton resident Adrian Dahlheimer’s property on North Diamond Lake Road, just north of Zanzibar Lane. Dahlheimer ...Read More
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by Joni Astrup Associate editor The city of Elk River is seeking volunteers to assist with a variety of tasks. Mayor John Dietz suggested the idea after reading about how the city of Wayzata is using volunteers to help out after staffing cuts. A formal volunteer program within the city of Elk River ...Read More
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        Photos by Joni Astrup and Nicole Immerheiser   by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing writer It was a day like any other at the Isaacson’s home in Otsego. Ryan was at work, Brenda was working at home in the office in the basement of their house. The couple’s ...Read More
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The Minnesota School of Business held its Take a Walk in Her Shoes event Thursday, despite the weather, to show support of sexual assault awareness. April is nationally recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. All proceeds from the one-mile walk will go to Rivers of Hope, a local nonprofit advo...Read More
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by Bruce Strand Sports editor Nine marathoners from the Star News area ran at the Boston Marathon when the century-old classic race was rocked by two terrorist bombs Monday, leaving three dead and more than 170 injured, many critically. First-time Boston qualifiers Amy Visci, 38, and Katie Eberley, ...Read More
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