Monthly Archives: July 2008

Judge delays Wyoming Township annexation ruling

Wyoming Township residents wondering if they will soon be part of Chisago City will have to wait until early next week to learn their fate. Administrative Law Judge Steven Mihalchick said on Thursday he will not issue his ruling until … Continue reading

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Braham woman injured in broadside collision

An 86-year-old Braham woman received non-life threatening injuries from a two-vehicle collision at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 30 at the intersection of highways 107 and 70 north of Braham.

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Apple Valley man pleads guilty to repeat drunken driving

An Apple Valley man who had 12 drunken driving arrests was cited for his unlucky 13th on May 24, 2007. Karl Granse, 58, of Apple Valley, whose blood-alcohol concentration was reported at .16, pleaded guilty to the 2007 arrest in … Continue reading

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Gov. Pawlenty orders U.S., State flags at half-staff in honor of Interstate 35W Bridge Memorial Day

Gov. Tim Pawlenty today (Thursday, July 31) ordered that all United States and Minnesota flags be flown at half-staff at the State Capitol Complex from sunrise until sunset on Friday, Aug. 1, 2008, in honor and remembrance of those who … Continue reading

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HEINZMAN: Extra tax dollars would provide extracurricular program to benefit many

by Don Heinzman Thisweek Newspapers Motivated by the desire to eliminate participation fees for all high school extra curricular activities, a coalition of interested parties is examining the idea of levying a tax to pay the program costs in each … Continue reading

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Fair 150th is time to gather with neighbors

by Larry Werner Thisweek Newspapers The heat and humidity returned this past week. So it must be time for the Dakota County Fair

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Sonic's in town with burgers and rollerblades

by Elizabeth Nelson Cheeseburger lovers beware. There’s a new temptation in town and it’s taking Elk River by storm. Servers at Sonic rollerblade meals to waiting vehicles.   

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Letters to the editor July 27-Aug. 2, 2008

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Pawlenty orders flags at half-staff in honor of bridge memorial day

Governor Tim Pawlenty today ordered that all United States and Minnesota flags be flown at half-staff at the State Capitol Complex from sunrise until sunset on Friday, August 1, 2008, in honor and remembrance of those who were killed or … Continue reading

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Father, son pay homage to 'the King'

Tribute act

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