Monthly Archives: September 2008

Plea reached in Enriquez sexual misconduct case

A plea agreement has been reached in a criminal sexual misconduct case against a former ISD 831 Community Education program  teacher. On Wednesday, Sept. 24, Ladislao Enriquez, 48, of Wyoming, entered a guilty plea  to one felony count of first-degree … Continue reading

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Help sought to solve burglaries

In the past few weeks there have been several burglaries in the rural Onamia area.  The burglaries appear to be similar in what was taken: cash, change items.

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Shirts adorn State Capitol steps to memorialize many victims of domestic violence

The lingering, poignant aftermath of domestic violence fluttered in the breeze on the Capitol steps on Tuesday (Sept. 30) as advocates marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness month. According to Cyndi Cook, Executive Director of the Minnesota Coalition for … Continue reading

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Oberstar announces grant for Duluth to Minneapolis line

A federal grant will move the Duluth to Minneapolis high-speed passenger rail line closer to completion. Today (Tuesday, Sept. 30), Eighth District Congressman Jim Oberstar announced that the project has been awarded $1.1 million from the Federal Railroad Administration. The … Continue reading

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Ham Lake Senior Center Board wants to see make-up of new council

The Ham Lake Senior Center Board president said the board would wait to see the make-up of the Ham Lake City Council after the Nov. 4 election before continuing negotiations on a new senior center contract.

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East Bethel church inviting public participation in homeless sleep out

For the first time, Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in East Bethel is hosting a homeless sleep out to raise awareness of homelessness in Anoka County and organizers are inviting the public to fold up a cardboard box and join them.

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Survey shows state business leaders pessimistic about economic future

A Minnesota Chamber of Commerce survey of 350 state businesses showed more than half of the respondents listed high taxes as the bigget barrier facing Minnesota companies that wanted to create jobs, according to a chamber press release. This number … Continue reading

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A little coffee to get the creative juices flowing

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Book brings community together

Lakeville and Dakota County

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MOVIE REVIEWS: Ricky Gervais stars in romantic comedy with Leoni and Kinnear

Short Redhead Reel Reviews by Wendy Schadewald Thisweek Newspapers Rating system: 4=Don

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