Monthly Archives: July 2009

Symphony takes deposed director back

The Dakota Valley Symphony, under the direction of Stephen Ramsey, performed this spring at the Burnsville Performing Arts Center. New slate of board members reverses opposing faction's firing by John Gessner Thisweek Newspapers The musical director and conductor of the … Continue reading

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Peregrines thrive at GRE

One died due to trichomoniasis, which comes from eating infected pigeons

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Pit bull owners told to have dog destroyed

Otsego officials send letter to owners of dog that attacked a 6-year-old boy

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MINDEMAN: No need to sacrifice free speech for public safety when we can have both

by Roxanne Mindeman Special to Thisweek Newspapers Burnsville Police Chief Bob Hawkins was certainly right, quoted in Thisweek

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Congestion relief expected on I-35 construction project at North Branch

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is taking additional steps to ease traffic congestion and delays as resurfacing and drainage work continues on both directions of Interstate 35 between Hwy. 95 in North Branch and Hwy. 361 in Harris through the … Continue reading

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WERNER: My favorite grocer is now selling houses

by Larry Werner Thisweek Newspapers When I walk on the treadmill in my basement rec room, I find myself thinking about Enggren

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HEINZMAN: State must grant more aid to students attending state colleges

by Don Heinzman Thisweek Newspapers Two-year state colleges finally are getting the respect they deserve, in part, because President Barack Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan say those colleges will play a big role in America

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MOVIE REVIEWS: ‘G-Force’ speeds into theaters with guinea pig power

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

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Gertrude Sikkink

Gertrude L. Sikkink, 89, of Cambridge, died Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at Carstens Harbour Assisted Living Home in Cambridge. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3 at North Isanti Baptist Church.

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LETTERS: July 25-31, 2009

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