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  • Last update: June 18, 2013 - 3:54 PM

Two will compete for council seat

Jill Johns, who has for served 16 years on the city of Ramsey’s parks and recreation commission, will run against Tom Heifort for the Ramsey City Council seat that was vacated when David Elvig resigned in April.

The special election will be held Tuesday, July 30. The winner will serve the remainder of Elvig’s term, through the end of 2014.

Johns and Heifort were the only candidates to file.

ROBBINSDALE

Prostate cancer group meets June 26

A prostate cancer support group will meet at 5:30 p.m. next Wednesday, June 26, at North Memorial Outpatient Center, 3435 W. Broadway, Robbinsdale.

Medical technologist Charles Weinzierl will report on a new development in detecting and categorizing prostate cancer. The Prostate Health Index analyzes genetic and molecular structures of the prostate to determine the extent and aggressiveness of the cancer.

The session is free. Wives and friends are welcome and snacks will be served. For further information, call 612-388-3588.

 

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