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CIRCLE PINES — It's official. Now that the lease is signed, Creamery Crossing has confirmed it will open a second location in the former Matthew's Family Restaurant location.

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CENTERVILLE — Resident Mike Weiner, who lives on Peltier Lake Drive, says his mailbox has now been damaged twice by the city's plows. The first time was in the spring of 2019; it was damaged again last month.

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New data from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) indicates that people in neighborhoods with more renters and residents with the lowest incomes may be less able to protect themselves from radon, an invisible, odorless gas that can cause lung cancer. In response, MDH experts hope to use…

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 TPC ROSE, a group of about 60 philanthropic women members of TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, worked throughout the year to raise $160,000 for its 2019 selected beneficiary, Safe Families for Children. Safe Families for Children is an international, volunteer-driven nonprofit. A local chapter ser…

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Minnesota voters will have the opportunity to participate in a Presidential Nomination Primary March 3. This is Minnesota’s part in the national political party process of major political parties that are selecting their nominees for president. While Minnesota currently has four major partie…

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Cabin fever strikes humans and canines alike in the dog days of winter, but the classic sport of skijoring is one way for Minnesotans and their furry friends to fight the winter blues together.

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The recovery of the bald eagle has been one of the greatest conservation success stories in American history, but these majestic raptors aren’t quite out of the woods for good. Recent declines in eagle populations have some scientists asking where the biggest threats to these birds lie, and …

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As each year comes to an end, it is a tradition of the Quad Community Press to take a look back at some of the most memorable stories from the year. Some of the 2019's highlights included: Anoka County agrees to keep Chomonix Golf Course open for at least three more years; developers show in…

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Allison Pitlick scored twice in the first 10 minutes, and Kaitlin Groess made 16 saves, as Centennial shut out Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 3-0 on Tuesday evening at New Hope Ice Arena. Ella O’Hearn had the other goal for the Cougars (9-8-1). Lindsay Batz made 34 saves for Armstrong/Cooper (6-11).