A Mounds View man has been charged with making threatening remarks and repeatedly harassing a business in Willmar over the phone, threatening to kill its customers, as well as shoot a then-presidential candidate, according to authorities.
The subject of liquor has been a recurring topic this year for the Mounds View City Council, which has faced a number of public hearings regarding granting liquor licenses, and in some cases, not granting them.
Bob Comer sits at the Bru House coffee shop, just down the street from his New Brighton home, with two VHS tapes containing footage from the 1990 New London to New Brighton Antique Car Run. He says he’d like to transfer them to DVD and get them into the hands of interested folks, as well as to donate a copy to the New Brighton Area Historical Society.
At the age of 93, New Brighton resident Bob Comer has experienced a country at war, several times; he’s seen the invention of many things he never imagined possible as a child; and he’s lived through the Great Depression and several other economic
Richard Rosivach, an Irondale High School social studies teacher, is one of 43 public school educators in the nation who will receive the California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence at the National Education Association Foundation’s Salute t