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Cambridge-Isanti Rotary Club Donates Scholarship Money

Cambridge-Isanti Rotary Club member Bill Berg, recently presented the Anoka-Ramsey Community College with a check for $2,000 that will fund three scholarships.

President of the Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Jessica Stumpf, accepted the donation.

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Volunteers Plan to Update Hastings Veterans Home

Volunteers Plan to Update Hastings Veterans Home

A team of volunteers from Home Depot plan to work on the Minnesota Veterans Home Hastings.

On September 27th, Team Depot volunteers plan to put their renovation knowledge to work. They plan to update the facility’s landscaping and interior.

Projects include construction of a retaining wall, new murals in the nursing corridor and raised garden beds.

Blaine HS Armed Forces Tribute

Students at Blaine High School are working on an "Armed Forces Tribute" to perform at the Northern Stars Celebration Oct. 13, at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Minneapolis.

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Man Braves Heavy Smoke to Save Neighbor from Nowthen House Fire

A man on his way to work rescued a neighbor from a burning home in Anoka County Tuesday morning.

Ramsey Fire Chief Dean Kapler says the fire was reported around 6:25 a.m. on the 19000 block of County Road 5 near Nowthen.

Apple Valley Fire Department to Host Open Houses

Apple Valley Fire Department to Host Open Houses

Apple Valley Fire Department will host open houses at each of its three fire stations next month during Fire Prevention Week.

There will be fun activities for kids, as well as a chance to meet local firefighters and see the equipment.

Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 7-13. This year's theme is "Have 2 Ways Out."

The open houses run from 6-9 p.m.

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Eagan Fire Department Seeks Donated Vehicles for Training

Eagan Fire Department Seeks Donated Vehicles for Training

If you're thinking about getting rid of an old car, you could donate it to be used for fire department training.

The Eagan Fire Department uses old cars to train its more than 100 volunteers in how to safely extract people from vehicles after a crash.