Robbinsdale

The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office met with an array of local and regional law enforcement agencies, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, on Tuesday, Aug. 19, at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest in Brooklyn Park to better coordinate drug trafficking enforcement in the Twin Cities and Minnesota. The meeting was closed to media because some discussions involved [...]

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North Memorial Health Care’s Stroke Program became the first program in the State of Minnesota to receive the Comprehensive Stroke Center designation by Det Norske Veritas, an international classification and certification organization. Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Minnesota and affects 90,000 Minnesotans, according to the Minnesota Stroke Association. “As a nationally [...]

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Hanlon uses ‘polymeric fusion’ to create unique textures The latest show at Robbinsdale’s Robbin Gallery showcases the work of Sara L. Hanlon, an artist who uses “polymeric fusion” to create colorful, layered paintings. Hanlon shapes and melds found plastics – milk cartons, two-liter soda bottles, sheet plastic, and so on – to create a variety [...]

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Following are some of the incidents reported recently to Robbinsdale Police: ASSAULT • Aug. 10 at the intersection of Lowry Avenue North and Zenith Avenue North. • Aug. 11 on the 3400 block of France Avenue North.   BURGLARY • Aug. 11 on the 3900 block of Crystal Lake Boulevard.   THEFT • Aug. 7 [...]

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Robbinsdale High School alums gave back to the district on Aug. 13 The Robbinsdale High School Alumni Association presented a $3,000 grant to the Seven Dreams Education Foundation, which raises money for various causes within Robbinsdale Area Schools. “Our association wishes to acknowledge the tremendous contribution made by the Seven Dreams people in support the [...]

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Each fall we ask ourselves, “How did summer go so fast?” And now that school is fast approaching, getting children off to a good start can impact their confidence, performance and attitude, both socially and academically. The transition from summer to school isn’t always easy—for parents and children alike. It can be quite an adjustment [...]

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As the summer starts to wind down, Robbinsdale Area Schools’ staff and students are gearing up to come back to school.  The beginning of a school year is always an exciting time for educators because we will have the amazing opportunity to broaden the horizons for new classes of learners. This academic term brings unlimited [...]

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