Government

Rick Duncan has filed for re-election as Chisago County Sheriff. “It’s an honor and privilege to serve you,” Duncan said. “Thank you for your support these first four years. I seek your continued support in the upcoming election.”  Under his leadership, an efficient organizational structure was implemented emphasizing professional accountability, and saving citizens approximately $2.1 [...]

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After helping serve breakfast to some Coon Rapids elementary school youngsters on Wednesday morning, June 4, Gov. Mark Dayton, with a trusty walking cane at his side, stopped by the corporate offices of ECM Publishers to talk issues with the ECM Editorial Board.

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In his first run for political office, Orono businessman Scott Honour has announced that State Senator Karin Housley, R-St. Mary’s Point, will be his running mate in his campaign for Minnesota governor.

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With the trees gone, rainwater accumulated this spring in the cleared parking lot at Lilleskogen Park in Scandia. Plans to build a rain garden at the site have been scrapped because of the high water table and shallow drainage area.

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Individuals can install solar panels on their roofs, gain a tax advantage and reduce their electric bills for years. If they generate enough electricity, they can sell the excess to the power company. At its June 4 workshop, the Scandia Council heard an alternative.

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