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Centennial Students for Change (CSC) continues to encourage the school district and the community to do better and hold people accountable for their words and actions. 

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Food trucks, a car show, an amateur singing competition, a 5K and other outdoor activities are headlining Aug. 19 through Aug. 22 in Lino Lakes. The end-of-summer events, which are normally associated with the city’s Blue Heron Days, are now open for registration. 

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LINO LAKES — About 50 residents, mostly hailing from the Ravens Hollow neighborhood, are keeping their eye on a development proposal that may come before city commissions and the City Council in the future once its design is refined.

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LINO LAKES — Although the City Council wasn’t quite ready to pull the trigger on beginning the estimated six-month period it will take to get the former YMCA building up and running as the Lino Lakes Recreation and Community Center, city staff has received some direction as to what managemen…

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Lino Lakes Blue Heron Days is looking to make its return in 2021 after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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With the special session in the rearview mirror, Press Publications reached out to area legislators to find out how it went. Each senator and representative was asked the question, “What do you think were the top successes of the recent legislative session?” 

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When Pastor Ivy Huston was called as the new pastor at Living Waters Lutheran Church in Lino Lakes in the summer of 2020, she faced a huge hurdle in getting to know the congregation. A global pandemic was hindering the normal ways of building relationships, but creative thinking led to a mor…

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Anglers in the northeast metro area have been stalking the mighty muskellunge for decades. The muskie following today is stronger than ever, but one word is on the lips of anglers and fishery managers alike: change.

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Mayor of Centerville D. Love has been elected to serve as president of the League of Minnesota Cities for 2021-22. The Board of Directors is responsible for leading the statewide organization in a way that is strategic, responsible, and representative of all cities’ interests. 

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This time of year is supposed to be a happy time for high school seniors and their families. Seniors walk across the stage at graduation to receive their diploma, attend the senior party and graduation parties, and enjoy one last summer before they head off to their next adventure. 

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The COVID-19 stay-at-home order in the spring of 2020 was a time for many to explore new hobbies and activities to keep themselves busy, but for Kyle Rawleigh, a new hobby quickly turned into a career. 

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More than a million fishing licenses are sold annually in Minnesota. Fishing—and eating fish—is part of our collective DNA. We’ve been casting to our lakes, rivers and neighborhood ponds for generations. There may be no better representation of the natural bounty of our state than the summer…

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LINO LAKES — The City Council now has a much clearer picture of what it will take to get the former YMCA facility up and running again and what that may look like in the future.  

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Press Publications wants to hear from dads! What fatherly advice do/did you appreciate or not appreciate and why? Please send your answer to quadnews@presspubs.com, along with your name, town and a photo of yourself or yourself with your children. Fathers who participate will be entered into…

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The Centennial School Board has agreed to take a brief pause on a proposed joint powers agreement (JPA) and contract with Equity Alliance MN (EA-MN). The board also questioned whether sending out a survey on the district’s equity journey was the right approach, but ultimately decided to move…

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One area family now knows that eating dehydrated food, filtering stream water and going to the bathroom without toilet paper is not something they ever want to do again. 

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While Minnesota has eased pandemic restrictions, many businesses are facing a shortage of workers. Cities are also having a hard time hiring seasonal help.

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The city has reached an agreement with Vaquero Ventures Management LLC for approximately 2 acres of undeveloped land located south of American Legion Post 566. The sale price is $525,000.

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A group of about 25 people recently met via videoconference to learn more about Centennial School District’s equity journey, ask questions of district administration and look for ways to support one another as that journey continues. 

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Mark Anthony Ulsaker, 50, of Lino Lakes, has pleaded guilty to two counts of threats of violence after assaulting an elderly couple in White Bear Lake last November. 

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One of history’s most solemn days, Memorial Day is an American holiday that honors the men and women who died while serving in the United States military.

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If the Centennial Fire District (CFD) does decide to partner up with a neighboring agency, the field of eligible partners has been narrowed down to one.

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CENTERVILLE — Residents will have more history to look at while attending City Council meetings than just the lineup of former mayors that has graced the upper walls of council chambers for at least the past 15 years.

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So many people showed up to the Centennial School Board meeting last week, the meeting had to be moved from the District Center to the Performing Arts Center.

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The Washington County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is asking for the public’s help to figure out what happened to 5-year-old Nash, a silver Lab. 

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Following World War I, then called “the Great War,” the poppy flourished in Europe. Scientists attributed the growth to soils in France and Belgium becoming enriched with lime from the rubble left by the war. From the dirt and mud grew a beautiful red poppy.