January 2007

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31
Jan

Police Reports 1/31/2007

Arden Hills
Arrest

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31
Jan

Left out in the cold

During the 2006 elections, voters were asked repeatedly what issues were the most important to them. An overwhelming majority responded with education and health care.

Wed
31
Jan

Kilbo earns Eagle


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31
Jan

Mounds View topples Centennial in key wrestling duel

It's been 14 years since Mounds View High School has qualified for the team portion of the state wrestling tournament. Last Friday, the Mustangs picked up possibly their biggest dual victory since winning the section tournament back in 1993.

Wed
31
Jan

2007 Arden Hills State of the City address

It is a pleasure to present the State of the City address for Arden Hills. As we all know, Arden Hills is truly a jewel nestled among the dynamic northern Twin Cities suburbs. This premier position is the result of a clear vision and a solid set of values.

Wed
31
Jan

Letter to the Editor Jan. 31, 2007

'How does a taxpayer and voter address issues of concern?'
To the editor:

Wed
31
Jan

A waste of space

Location, location, location!

Chances are you're familiar with the old real-estate mantra. Location has been deemed the single most important factor in choosing a site to rent or own property for years, especially for business owners. And rightly so.

Wed
31
Jan

District 621 School Board shares funding hopes with legislators

The first six months of 2007 may represent the best chance in the next two years for improved education funding around the state, according to a Mounds View Public Schools press release.

Wed
31
Jan

It's in the water

A sixth-grade student laboriously drags a 32-pound backpack filled with coins down the hall. Students shove teachers into the swimming pool - on television. Weary eighth graders trudge around clutching heavy buckets of liquid. What is going on at Highview Middle School?

Wed
31
Jan

It's in the water

A sixth-grade student laboriously drags a 32-pound backpack filled with coins down the hall. Students shove teachers into the swimming pool - on television. Weary eighth graders trudge around clutching heavy buckets of liquid. What is going on at Highview Middle School?

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