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Tue
23
Oct

Candidates discuss challenges facing House District 39B

In State House District 39B, GOP incumbent Kathy Lohmer, who is finishing up her fourth term as a representative, will be squaring off against DFLer Shelly Christensen on Election Day.

Tue
23
Oct

Current Washington County Attorney running unopposed for re-election

Pete Orput, the current Washington County Attorney, is the only candidate running for the position. He is currently finishing up his second, four-year term.

Tue
23
Oct

Education a priority for both District 43B candidates

Both candidates running for the Minnesota House District 43B seat focused on education when discussing area concerns and priorities they would have if elected.

Tue
23
Oct

House District 53A candidates discuss needs of the area

Residents of House District 53A will see new and returning faces when determining who their new state representative will be in this election cycle. 

Tue
23
Oct

Football: The road to state is underway

It’s the time of year where Mother Nature just isn’t quite sure how to treat us. 

Mon
22
Oct

Mounds View schools gradually settling into new start times

Following a trend across metro districts and citing studies that say high school kids are better off with more sleep, the Mounds View Public School District pushed forward the start times for Mounds View and Irondale high schools beginning this fa

Mon
22
Oct

Ramsey County Sheriff candidates talk community relations, opioids and mental health

It’s been eight years since there’s been a competitive race for Ramsey County Sheriff though the position has still changed hands twice since 2010.

Mon
22
Oct

House District 42A hotly contested again

The margins in the races for House District 42A have been razor thin as of late. Rep. Randy Jessup won the 2016 race by fewer than 200 votes; in 2014, he lost the race by only 220.

Mon
22
Oct

House District 42B candidates talk infrastructure, opportunity

The race this fall in House District 42B is between a first-time DFL incumbent and her Republican-endorsed challenger.

Mon
22
Oct

Roseville council approves extending circulator bus pilot

The six-month experiment connecting south Roseville area senior housing sites with grocery stores, the library and other destinations will continue through next June with city financial support, the Roseville City Council has decided.

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