Monthly Archives: March 2010

Consumers tell BBB of bad experience with Wise Guyz

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Minnesota and North Dakota has given Wise Guyz Technical Services, LLC, a computer repair firm located in St. Paul, an F rating due to unanswered complaints and a pattern of complaint activity. Customers who … Continue reading

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A Blaine man pleads guilty to felony charge

A Blaine man, who was accused of breaking into an Anoka residence the early morning hours of Dec. 12, 2008, threatening to kill everyone inside, has pleaded guilty in Anoka County District Court to a felony charge and has been … Continue reading

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Interventions decrease failure-rate by one-half

Spring Lake Park High School’s intervention efforts to help kids falling behind in their grades have proven to be successful.

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County names new veterans service director

Allison Lister has been named Anoka County’s new veterans service office director.

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Ted’s Store reopens

Breathless after racing down the street and bursting through the door, the little boy trembled with glee, his eyes watering and his cheeks flush with excitement.

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10 selected as Minnesota Teacher of the Year finalists

St. Paul, MN – Ten teachers from across the state have been named finalists in the 2010 Minnesota Teacher of the Year program. A selection panel of 24 leaders in the areas of business, government and non-profits selected the finalists … Continue reading

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Veterans Affair Commissioner Dyrud retiring effective April 14

Saint Paul, MN – Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced today (Wednesday, March 31) that Clark Dyrud, Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs is retiring from state service effective April 14. Gov. Pawlenty also announced the appointment of current Deputy … Continue reading

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Perfect score: Andover teen aces ACT

The first time Aaron Schneberger took the ACT exam, it was not under the best conditions.

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Students connect to make smart decisions

Students from across the state met in Anoka Saturday for the 2010 Minnesota Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) state conference.

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Ramsey at odds over management of city

Although the Ramsey Charter Commission thought it had made its final recommendation years ago, it will be asked to reconsider its recommendation that the city move to a council-city manager form of government.

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