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MSHSL State Football: Caledonia reaching highest levels of commitment  La Crosse Tribune

Commitment. It is found at different levels on every team in any sport you want to discuss. Caledonia High School doesn't live or die based on whether or not it ...

Shannon beats Caledonia to kick off region play  The Commercial Dispatch

CALEDONIA -- Michael Kelly saw the team he wants the 2018 Caledonia High School football squad to grow up to be. Shannon leaned largely on the ...

2019 Academic State Champs honors Michigan schools where college is the norm  Bridge Michigan

Dearborn Public Schools has two early-college programs at Henry Ford College, helping the district's high schools snare Academic State Champs honors.

Homeschool basketball star heading to Univ. of Toledo  WXMI FOX 17 West Michigan

Story provided to FOX 17 by Lenny Padilla GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Luke Maranka blocks shots with ease. The 6-foot-10 forward swatted two shots on the same ...

Todd Sommerfeldt: Showdown between Central and Minnehaha lives up to hype  La Crosse Tribune

Central High School's Johnny Davis drives around Minnehaha Academy's Prince Aligbe in the first half of Saturday's Midwest Players Classic game at the La ...

Caledonia High School teachers save student in cardiac arrest  Fox17

CALEDONIA, Mich. — It's the moment many school employees prepare for, but never think will come: a student in cardiac arrest. It happened Monday at ...

East Cleveland school district settles over principal who dragged, kicked special-needs student (video)

The East Cleveland school district will pay $27500 to the family of a special needs student who was dragged down the hallway and kicked into an office by a ...

High school football: Logan Wendt lifts St. Charles to victory over Triton, Saints move to 4-0  Winona Daily News

ST. CHARLES — St. Charles held to the script, remaining undefeated behind an explosive rushing attack as it defeated Triton 28-21 in Southeast White football ...

WIAA boys basketball: Terrance Thompson a force for La Crosse Central  La Crosse Tribune

Terrance Thompson can see again, and that has done nothing but make him a more important piece of the history being pieced together by the Central High ...

East Lansing's Aaliyah Nye among AP Division 1 first team all-state girls hoops performers  Lansing State Journal

Aaliyah Nye emerged as a star for the East Lansing girls basketball program during a sophomore season where she played a big role in a state runner-up finish.

Punt, Pass and Read  School News Network

Caledonia High School varsity football player Justin Heaton read Dr. Seuss' children's book “Oh, the Places You'll Go!” to kindergartners at Emmons Lake ...

LPGA Foundation Announces 2018 Marilynn Smith Scholarship Recipients  LPGA

Scholarships awarded to 30 high-school graduates. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The LPGA Foundation announced today the 30 high-school graduates selected to ...

Caledonia softball team falls to Tishomingo County  The Commercial Dispatch

CALEDONIA -- Caledonia High School softball coach Andy Halford likes to call his team the "comeback kids." The Lady Feds will need to live up to that moniker ...

Senior prank gone wrong: Caledonia High teens arrested for felony burglary  The Commercial Dispatch

Half a dozen Caledonia teens found themselves being booked at the county jail Tuesday after an apparent senior prank. Caledonia High School seniors Kara ...

Caledonia benefiting from the experience, volleyball I.Q. of the Harper sisters

Headed to Miami of Ohio on a volleyball scholarship, outside hitter Gaby Harper will graduate as one of the top players in Caledonia annals. (MLive file photo).

The Best Of Michigan's High School Theatre Students Come Together This Sunday At The Sutton Foster Ovation Awards  Broadway World

The best of Michigan's high school theatre students are coming together Sunday, May 20, at Wharton Center's Cobb Great Hall for the 7th Annual Sutton Foster ...

Meet Coldwater resident Donald Mackenzie  Coldwater Daily Reporter

COLDWATER — Coldwater may remember Donald Mackenzie as Assistant Principal of Legg Middle School and later the principal of Girard Elementary School.

Thomas, former Lady Feds set to go at The W  The Commercial Dispatch

Savannah Thomas knew her sneakers were "ratty." But Thomas didn't have an alternative after donating the sneakers she used to play volleyball at Caledonia ...

Caledonia Pumpkin Festival this weekend | Local  Daily Journal Online

The 14th Annual Caledonia Pumpkin Festival will take place on Saturday.

The 1,000 Best Eighth-Grade Girls Coming Into 2018  MileSplit

Checking in with the top returning girls heading into the eighth-grade in 2018.

Former Caledonia players Kevin and Karl Klug celebrate each others’ successes  Winona Daily News

What a weekend for the Klug family. For Caledonia, really.

Meet the new sports reporter for the Isanti County News  ECM Publishers

As a way of introduction, let's play a game of “Two Truths and a Lie,” OK? The game is simple: I present three sentences about myself as a form of introduction, ...

Black River Falls boys basketball | Cowley's team wants to run, run, run  La Crosse Tribune

Tigers, in general, can cause incredible anxiety and make one's heart race.

The front line against opioid abuse in a small Minnesota town  ECM Publishers

Combating the opioid crisis takes a unified approach.

New Brighton council sets terms for sale of former elementary school site, Korean church to developers  ECM Publishers

The New Brighton City Council has approved initial terms for the sale of the Koren United Methodist Church and former elementary school for the construction of ...

A Morrison County success story in recovery | Free  ECM Publishers

Monica Rudolph, the Minnesota Recovery Corps specialist in Morrison County, knows first-hand the difficulties associated with an opioid abuse disorder.

Students earn 2016 Board of Trustees' Awards  MSUToday

At the April 15 Board of Trustees meeting, 50 students were recognized with Board of Trustees' Awards for having the highest scholastic average at the close of ...

Lightning relish return trip to state | Sports  ECM Publishers

It didn't matter that the roster said Eastview had only one senior. The Lightning believed this was their time. Time to end a seven-year drought in the Class 4A, ...

MWHS Theatre presents 'The Addams Family' | Mound  ECM Publishers

The Mound Westonka High School Theater Department is proud to present “The Addams Family” as this year's fall musical Nov. 15 - 18. The shows start at 7:30 ...

Girls hockey: Youth wave takes over for Blaine  ECM Publishers

The power of youth will be put to the test for the Blaine girls hockey team this winter, as a new wave of talent is ushered in for a program.

Minnetonka High School Class of 2018 senior spotlight | Excelsior/South Lake  ECM Publishers

What is your favorite memory? My favorite memory from high school was being able to travel to India with my International Studies class. It was an incredible ...

PROGRESS 2019: Frontier Ag & Turf marks a 'wonderful' transition  ECM Publishers

On May 1, 1980, John Waldoch opened the doors to Waldoch Sports. After nearly 40 years as a business owner, Waldoch was ready to sell and ease his way ...

Q&A with All-American wrestler Kolton Eischens | Sports  ECM Publishers

SCSU wrestler and Pierz grad talks about National experience.

Champlin Park softball: Rebels enter season with a section championship on their mind  ECM Publishers

There is plenty to be excited about for the 2018 5AAAA section runner-up Champlin Park softball team this season.

Mounds View High School senior Q&A | Sun Focus  ECM Publishers

Scott Binder, Rebecca Balzer, Carly St George, and Scott Kalthoff, seniors at Mounds View High School, sat down recently with the Sun Focus to discuss their ...

Lake Michigan Credit Union celebrates 2016 Hutt Scholarship essay contest winners

GRAND RAPIDS, MI (May 5, 2016) — Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Lloyd F. Hutt Scholarship essay ...

Moon Tunes concert series in Riverside Park has new wrinkles  La Crosse Tribune

T.J. Peterslie gets a little misty-eyed when he talks about what the Moon Tunes concert in the park series has become.

Voter turnout key for DFL: Craig and local candidates ride wave of volunteer support  ECM Publishers

Dakota County voters cast almost as many ballots in the 2018 midterm election as they did in the presidential election of 2016.

Blaine HS hires head football, softball coaches | Free  ECM Publishers

Blaine High School has hired new head coaches for its football and softball teams.

Blaine baker heading to finale of 'Kids Baking Championship' show  ECM Publishers

On the eighth episode of “Kids Baking Championship,” which aired March 4 on the Food Network, it was announced that Blaine baker Paige Goehner, 11, would ...

Minnetonka native helps bring the 'Spider-Verse' to life  ECM Publishers

For the better part of the last quarter century, Tony Siruno has played a hand in bringing some of the most memorable animated characters in recent memory to ...

St. Louis Park dancer who trained in Venezuela hopes to serve as role model for youth in her country, despite crisis  ECM Publishers

The prominent Venezuelan theater where St. Louis Park resident Maylu Peña began her ballet training is struggling amid political turmoil, but she has brought ...

Children share holiday memories | Community  ECM Publishers

SHIRLEY HILLS. Audrey R. - Every Cristmas I go to my aunts house and we play the dice game. Frist we fill the room with presents there are five trays going ...

Patriotic Day to feature Honor Flight Twin Cities  ECM Publishers

Keynote speakers give free flights to World War II, Korean War veterans.

Notebook: Former Mr. Basketball to coach Blaze | Sports  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School is turning to a Minnesota Mr. Basketball award winner to rebuild its boys program.

Set to speak in Edina, Holocaust survivor still wonders why they didn't take her  ECM Publishers

Louise Dillery still doesn't know why she was left alone when two men yanked her father away and put him on a train to Auschwitz.

"The Man Who Came to Dinner" SAHS fall play to open Friday  ECM Publishers

For anyone whose house guest has ever overstayed their welcome or asked for a bit too much, Stillwater Area High School's (SAHS) engaging fall play should ...

They say they won't play | News  ECM Publishers

Editor's note: This version of this story includes a few items that had to be cut from the print edition for space considerations. Items added to the story are ...

Rogers Middle School releases final 2017-18 honor roll | Free  ECM Publishers

Rogers Middle School has named students to the final honor roll for 2017-18.

In battle against mysterious illness, Edina mother stands up for son  ECM Publishers

For Lianne Beyerl, the first step was believing her son. That was the easy part.

Smude siblings find lucky Pierz Oktoberfest button | Free  ECM Publishers

It might have been the word “amp” in Tuesday's clue that gave Brock Smude an idea of where to find the specially-marked Pierz Oktoberfest button.

728 Cadets march out of the box | Elk River  ECM Publishers

You see a large box coming down the street pushed by the 728 Cadets Marching Band, and the obvious question comes to mind.

Farmington Dew Days Schedule of Events 2018 | Farmington  ECM Publishers

All events are subject to change. Some events were being confirmed as of presstime, so check for the latest.

Boys volleyball arrives, in large numbers | Sports  ECM Publishers

When Minnesota high school boys volleyball teams started playing this month, it was the realization of something Walt Weaver had been pushing for since the ...

Smith makes national futsal team | Rogers  ECM Publishers

Prior to this year, Isabelle Smith had never stepped foot onto a futsal court. Now she is already a member of the U.S. National Youth Futsal Team.

Hailey Gruber is youngest competitor at World Ploughing meet  ECM Publishers

Hailey Gruber, a 16-year-old girl from Richmond, remarkably was the youngest competitor and one of only two females in the World Ploughing Competition held ...

#SigningDaySD: Area recruiting lists, live blog  Sioux Falls Argus Leader

NOTE: Scroll down for a list of USD, SDSU, Augie and USF recruits. Stay with all day today for complete coverage of National Signing Day.

Zoup! opens in Eagan | Sun This Week  ECM Publishers

Zoup! opened its first restaurant in Minnesota at 1348 Town Centre Drive in Eagan. It's a favorite in Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and its home state of Michigan, ...

School lunches go from cafeteria to café in Waconia  ECM Publishers

Ten years ago, you wouldn't see a lot of *fresh* produce in School District 110 coolers or *fresh* food items on the plates of students in cafeteria lines. Much of.

Jefferson's Larson named Section 6AA Coach of the Year  ECM Publishers

Jefferson's girls tennis fall season wrapped up with the individual (singles and doubles) Section 6AA tournament played at Lifetime Fitness in Lakeville on Oct.

Jessie Diggins will speak for The Emily Program's 25th anniversary in St. Louis Park  ECM Publishers

The Emily Program submitted the following announcement:

College news for the week of June 8 | Education  ECM Publishers

Apple Valley. University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, spring dean's list, from Apple Valley – Rachel Bernard, Anne Dillon, Hallie Gallmeier, Nicole Lewandowski, ...

The man behind the racetrack | Business  ECM Publishers

“To me, John is beyond words; he's amazing.” Running Aces President and CEO Taro Ito couldn't say enough about John Betts, Running Aces Harness Park's ...

Life crime briefs for the 7-20-2018 edition | ABC Newspapers  ECM Publishers

Missing 16-year-old found safe in California. A missing 16-year-old girl sought by Coon Rapids police has been found safe. Authorities said late July 12 that ...

Former Gophers’ WR Isaac Fruechte Likely to Make Minnesota Vikings’ Practice Squad  Gold and Gopher

Former Gophers WR Isaac Fruechte was released by the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday, but there's a good chance he lands on the team's practice squad.

Fridley seniors look back, move forward | Sun Focus  ECM Publishers

College, memories and advice, oh my! The Sun Focus recently sat down with six Fridley High School seniors to reflected on their most memorable moments from ...

Artist who worked on 'Yellow Submarine' and 'The Beatles' animations will visit St. Louis Park  ECM Publishers

Ron Campbell drew animation for the film “Yellow Submarine,” a movie marking 50 years since its release, but he used a more typical form of transportation to ...

Walmart greeter lifted up by his supporters | Elk River  ECM Publishers

Ray Belanger loves life, and the outpouring of support for the fist-bumping greeter that filed into the Elk River Walmart this past Thursday is just one more reason ...

Fischer reappointed to 5th term as Anoka County highway engineer  ECM Publishers

Doug Fischer was reappointed by the Anoka County Board May 22 to a fifth four-year term as county highway engineer.

'Accidental author' fosters a unique perspective | Arts and Entertainment  ECM Publishers

I am like an accidental author,” Forest Lake resident Dawn Quigley said. Quigley, a professor at St. Catherine University, recently saw her book “Apple in the ...

US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Girls 100m Dash  MileSplit

Check out the nation\'s top 500 outdoor girls returnees in the 100 meter dash among wind legal F.A.T. times.

Wrestling: Jordan Newman ends college career on top  ECM Publishers

When making his college choice, Jordan Newman of Blaine sought out a program on top.

Armstrong High students to present 1960s classic 'Bye Bye Birdie'  ECM Publishers

Performances begin Friday, Feb. 2. The Armstrong High School theater department invites the community to step back in time to 1960 with the musical classic ...

Short-term rental bans spreading across communities | Laker Pioneer  ECM Publishers

Short term rentals continue to be a major point of discussion in local city governments. Orono passed their city ban on short term rentals on Feb. 12, Minnetrista ...

Five students score big on ACT exam | Education  ECM Publishers

Thirty-six: That's the score three Forest Lake-area high schoolers received when they recently took their ACT exams. Those students were junior Ben Cartford ...

Larry Roberts reflects on being on reality show 'Alone'  ECM Publishers

'It was an experience that will stick with me the rest of my life'

Unbreakable bond | Elk River Star News  ECM Publishers

Best friends since birth, Bizal twins will soon venture out on their own to follow dreams in hockey.

Apple Valley developer held first open house 55 years ago  ECM Publishers

On the second Sunday in January, 55 years ago, Orrin Thompson held an open house in Lebanon Township to attract customers for his new development.

WeCAB welcomes new executive director | Community  ECM Publishers

In May, the Mound nonprofit known as WeCAB announced the selection of Katie Boller Gosewisch as the first Executive Director of WeCAB. She began her ...

Back-to-back state champs! | Union Times  ECM Publishers

Princeton archery has, once again, proved they are the sharpest shooters in the land of 10,000 lakes. Competing at Bemidji State University on Saturday, March ...

Building community, fandom style | Sun This Week  ECM Publishers

New to Farmington from Las Vegas, Andy Strano and his family hope to connect with neighbors.

Student wins Margaret Ankeny Award | Laker Pioneer  ECM Publishers

Seventeen-year-old Sonia “Jaz” Driskill, a harpist, chose Handel's Harp Concerto in B-flat major for her solo in the Young People's Symphony Concert ...

Heggie's Pizza issues taste-test challenge | Free  ECM Publishers

Milaca-based Heggie's Pizza, a humble yet unapologetically amazing pizza company out of Minnesota's North Country calls for the international chain Papa ...

Fr. Grundman: A story of brokenness and healing  ECM Publishers

Jesus said from the cross, 'Father forgive them,'” quietly, said The Rev. Fr. David Grundman, as he sat in the rectory at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in ...

Local swimmers were busy at state long course championships  ECM Publishers

A number of swimmers from the Forest Lake area represented the North Suburban Aquatic Club (NSAC) in the Minnesota Long Course State Championship ...

A celebration fit for a lord | Laker Pioneer  ECM Publishers

On May 23, 1968, Lord Fletcher's first opened their doors to the Spring Park community. Before the property became a restaurant, it was a swamp land that the ...

New Excelsior store is Christmasing With You | Minnetrista  ECM Publishers

A new store in Excelsior, Christmasing With You, has opened just in time for the holiday season.

Orono city councils meets Xerxes, newest addition to the force  ECM Publishers

The Orono Police Department meet all kinds of individuals in their day to day work. Some of these individuals are impacted by trauma and poor mental health, ...

Boy, 15, 'stabbed his 13-year-old sister while their father was at work'  Daily Mail

Sheriff's deputies found the girl with multiple stab wounds about 1 p.m. Saturday after her 15-year-old brother called 911, the Kent County Sheriff's Department in ...

The magic of Santa Claus revealed | Columnists  ECM Publishers

Santa Claus uses special colored dust from fairies to make the magic of Christmas live all year in the minds and hearts of children and adults.

Henslin remembers big win on 'Deal or No Deal'  ECM Publishers

It was the deal of a lifetime, but for Katie Henslin, her husband Peter, and her family, not much has changed since the Willowbrook Community Church pastor ...

Hacking his way to the top | Business  ECM Publishers

Elijah Rehberg spent his childhood tinkering with computers and gaming systems. Somewhere along the way, he became interested in hacking — just to see if ...

Baseball: Knights go 4-2 in another busy week | Albertville  ECM Publishers

The STMA Knights baseball team won four out of six games in the second-to-last week of the regular season. The Knights split a doubleheader with Monticello, ...

Season preview: ER/Zimmerman girls hockey | Elk River  ECM Publishers

The Elk River/Zimmerman girls hockey team began the season with a new component: A team trip to Grand Rapids for a series of scrimmages.

FL man charged with assault and neglect | Public Safety  ECM Publishers

A Forest Lake man has been charged with a number of crimes after allegedly abusing a woman he was supposed to be caring for in April.

People on the Street Feb. 15 edition | Community  ECM Publishers

Question: In honor of the upcoming President's Day: What presidents are on Mt. Rushmore and/or what ones should be up there also or instead?

Minnetonka resident bringing orphan-hosting program to Minnesota  ECM Publishers

When Minnetonka resident Marie Kelly, along with husband Bob Wilson, decided to host two Russian orphans over the summer of 2001, they didn't expect to ...

Choir works with composer of anti-suicide anthem  ECM Publishers

Composer Jake Runestad has collaborated with ensembles and organizations around the world.

Adams Publishing Group, ECM Publishers' parent company acquires media companies on east, west coast  ECM Publishers

Adams Publishing Group, parent company of Sun Newspapers and ECM Publishers, recently announced two major acquisitions on either side of the country.

Robbinsdale's Salon Halo earns green certification | Sun Post  ECM Publishers

Some might call salon visits indulgent, but at Salon Halo in Robbinsdale, the experience can be a catalyst for a greener future. Through its new Green Circle ...

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