New Hope

Three Rivers Park District is offering a special deal during MEA weekend for youth ages 9-14 living in New Hope, Crystal and Robbinsdale. A slacklining and rock climbing class runs 9-11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 16. Test your balance with slacklining, a mix of tightrope walking and trampoline. Fee is $18 for residents of participating cities, [...]

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To the editor: On Nov. 4, voters in the Robbinsdale School District will be asked to renew the existing operating levy and support a new levy to fund technology initiatives for our students and teachers. I hope you will join me in voting “yes,” twice. My first “yes” vote will be to renew the current [...]

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New Hope City Council views a number of project proposals in any given year. Some are simply denied, some are approved with little issue and others require much tweaking before approval is granted. As was the case recently for Winnetka Commons Holding. A proposal to construct a 4,656 square-foot multi-tenant retail building on the southeast [...]

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Olivet United Methodist Church invites anyone who is interested in unlocking their metabolism and achieving permanent weight loss to attend a Weight Loss Challenge meeting 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, at the church, 3620 43rd Ave. N, Robbinsdale. Attendees will receive help from a personal coach, free body fat analysis, group support and more. Info [...]

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West Metro firefighters train for crude oil spills Crude oil drawn from the Bakken Oil Fields in western North Dakota is routinely shipped along railroad tracks that wind their way through several West Metro communities. Members of the West Metro Fire-Rescue District, which serves Crystal and New Hope, traveled to Pueblo, Colo., recently to learn [...]

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St. Therese, a faith-based senior care and housing organization, is facing a lawsuit for alleged “ordinary and professional negligence.” According to the complaint, 92-year-old William Lacina, of Shakopee, was admitted to St. Therese of New Hope April 2 after a hospitalization where he was to stay temporarily for rehabilitation and strengthening. Lacina was expected to [...]

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To the editor: I am writing in response to a letter, “Time for a change in District 281,” in the Sept. 11 in Sun Newspapers. It was written by Joseph Noonan, a Plymouth resident with no students (as far as I am aware) currently enrolled in Robbinsdale Cooper High School; so, one might ask how [...]

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