Columbia Heights

Theft, burglary • A phone was reported stolen April 6 on the 4000 block of Central Avenue NE. • A pair of headphones was reported stolen from a vehicle April 7 on the 4100 block of Polk Street NE. • A tool valued at $400 was reported stolen from a vehicle April 7 on the [...]

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Retroactive policy goes back to Jan. 1, 2014 The Columbia Heights City Council has adopted a financial assistance policy for frozen water lines. Public works staff has been informed of 45 properties that reported no water due to frozen private water service lines in 2014. Based on records, the city of Columbia Heights has not [...]

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The public is invited to the first Columbia Heights Public Schools’ co-sponsored American Indian Pow Wow scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at the Hylander Center. The Pow Wow is free and will feature singing, dancing, drawings, games and a traditional American Indian meal of fish, wild rice and bread. In addition to scheduled [...]

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The Columbia Heights School District is moving forward with action steps, which stem from a special education study’s recommendations. District 13 has contracted with the District Management Council to conduct three years of work that focuses on special education. The 2013-14 school year marks year two, and a district committee has developed an action plan. [...]

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Performances will serve as outreach tool For the first time, First Lutheran Church in Columbia Heights is presenting a play that portrays Jesus’ last supper with his disciples. Associate Pastor Jill Bergman said she’s heard of other churches performing a play for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services, and she thought it would offer a [...]

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