Monthly Archives: September 2007

Soccer: Hnath's quick hat trick launches Royal girls on 10-0 win over Becker (9-27)

Emily Hnath tallied three goals in the first five minutes and seven teammates each aded  a goal as Rogers rolled 10-0 over Becker on Thursday in girls soccer.

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Anoka man charged with falsely reporting possible hate crime

An Anoka man who claimed someone had burned the image of a cross into his front lawn has been charged with falsely reporting a crime.

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Infinite Campus breaks ground in Blaine

Benevolent dictator Charlie Kratsch (aka CEO and Founder of Infinite Campus, Inc.) introduces Blaine Mayor Tom Ryan Friday morning as groundbreaking ceremonies begin at Infinite Campus' new national headquarters site located on 25 acres near Lochness Park. The scenic location, … Continue reading

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Cambridge ED director submits resignation, takes job in North Branch

The Cambridge City Council on Monday, Oct. 1 is expected to accept the resignation of Economic Development Director Tom Willett, who is pursuing the same role for the city of North Branch.

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Time has come to allow school boards to levy tax for operating funds for districts

The time has come to allow school boards to levy a tax for operating funds without having to take the decision to a vote of the people. Let the voters continue to decide on bond issues to build new schools. … Continue reading

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Morrison County suffered many losses in World War II

By Tom West I’ve been watching Ken Burns’ gripping World War II series on PBS the last few evenings. Burns looks at the war from the perspective of several communities around the nation, including Luverne, Minn. While Luverne is close … Continue reading

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General’s testimony is questionable

T the Editor: On Feb 5, 2003, in an effort to justify the invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration produced our most respected general, Colin Powell, to address the U.N. Security Council. For 80 minutes, Colin Powell made a series … Continue reading

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Social Security for Mexicans unfair

To the Editor: The frightening and dangerous “U.S./Mexico Social Security Totalization Treaty” is just that-frightening. This treaty has been quietly worked on for three years and is imminently being pushed by the White House, President Bush, federal bureaucrats and many … Continue reading

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Help the students be better prepared

To the Editor: It’s time that the residents of Onamia School District step up to the plate and vote ‘yes’ to the referendum. The referendum is asking $650 per student. They are currently getting $1 per student. The state would … Continue reading

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Unique story on wild turkeys

To the Editor: After reading the article in the Record on wild turkeys, I couldn’t resist telling you of our experience. Our great-grandson had put some transparent bug stickers on the inside of our lower level window. One evening, while … Continue reading

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