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The Forest Lake School Board at its June 6 meeting took the following actions: 

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By June, the craze of bird migration has slowed down, and Minnesota’s birds are settling in for nesting season. This is the time of year to take advantage of the habitat in our backyards that provide nesting habitat for the spectacular species that will stay with us throughout the summer.

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LINO LAKES — As many as 100 K-9s and their handlers from all over the state and surrounding states — including Wisconsin and North Dakota — will visit Lino Lakes this month to be certified and compete for awards.

Eastbound Hwy. 36 from Century Avenue to Interstate 694 will be closed from 8 p.m. Friday, June 7, through 5 a.m. Monday, June 10. The closure is necessary to allow construction crews to install storm sewer under the highway.

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FOREST LAKE — Annica Stiles thinks a lot about climate change. The Forest Lake junior is an active member of her school's environment club and plans to declare a major in environmental humanities when she gets to college next fall. Climate change, she said, is the defining issue of her gener…

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SAINT PAUL — On Friday, May 3, Gov. Tim Walz (DFL) signed into law a bill that will rename a portion of Hwy. 95 after fallen corrections officer Joseph Gomm. The bill, authored by Sen. Karin Housley (R-St. Marys Point) had previously passed the House and Senate with unanimous support.Gomm wa…

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FOREST LAKE — Two miles southwest of Forest Lake’s downtown lies the city’s airport, which stretches across a few hundred acres and houses about three dozen aircraft. Established nearly 80 years ago by Angelo “Shorty” DePonti, a pioneer of Minnesota aviation, the airport has a deep and rich …

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SAINT PAUL — On Tuesday, the Minnesota Senate unanimously approved a bill that would name a portion of Hwy. 95 after fallen correction officer Joseph Gomm, who was killed July 18, 2018 in an on-duty attack at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Stillwater.

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FOREST LAKE — The April 5, 2018 school board meeting looked and sounded a lot different than this year's April 4 meeting.

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