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I’m not the first to say that what we’ve seen across this town, state and country in the last week is an astonishing act of solidarity — painful, anxious, strange, disruptive solidarity, but solidarity still. And we’ve done it by moving, as one, apart from each other.

You may have read the front-page story by reporter Maggie Stanwood in last week’s Prior Lake American that detailed why two Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board members, Melissa Enger and Mary Frantz, were found in violation of board policy by their colleague, Chairman Richard Wolf, for quest…

It was disturbing to read a report last week by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, which said 309 state public school districts — or 94 percent — responded to a survey that found that 46 have policies in which schools will immediately or eventually refuse to provide hot lunches to low-income students …

Mayor Janet Williams said two years ago that the reason voter turnout is so low in Savage during odd-year elections – when there are typically no state or national races, but some local races like Savage City Council take place — is because residents are generally satisfied with the current …

Unfortunately, not all news is good news. Bad and downright ugly news has been reported far and wide, including in the Savage Pacer, in the past. But a story in our June 15 issue hit a particular nerve with some people in our coverage area.

Unfortunately, not all news is good news. Bad and downright ugly news has been reported far and wide, including in the Prior Lake American, in the past. But a story in our June 15 issue hit a particular nerve with some people in our coverage area.

There’s a commotion quietly brewing among some residents of Savage related to the City Council’s decision in early May to choose Yeadon, an Ontario-based manufacturer with corporate offices in Maplewood, Minn., as the maker of the dome portion of the sports dome project.

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