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Sue Oliver of Coon Rapids  1380 KCIM

Sue Marie Oliver, age 63, of Coon Rapids passed away on Friday, June 28, 2019 at her home in Coon Rapids. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 A.M. on ...



A school forced a trans teen to use an ‘enhanced privacy locker room.’ He’s suing.  LGBTQ Nation

A transgender student in Minnesota and his mother are filing suit against his former school district after he was denied access to the boys' locker room. A lawsuit ...



Coon Rapids High School program offers entry point for medical careers  Pioneer Press

When students in the biomedical program at Coon Rapids High School first met Ana Garcia, she didn't say much. To be fair, Ana Garcia — who died a ...



Coon Rapids is training students to save lives  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Coon Rapids' Heart Safe program trained 1200 high school freshmen and sophomores in skills that could one day save the life of a cardiac arrest victim.



William Kult, 86 | Obituaries  Blair Enterprise Publishing

William Robert Kult, age 86 of Blair, passed away Nov. 16, 2018, at Nebraska Medicine in Omaha. Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, Nov. 19 at 10:30 ...



Meet this school year's new District 518 staff  Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON -- District 518 is welcoming 33 new staff to the district this fall. Over the course of the next several weeks, we'll be presenting brief profiles of the ...



A nation divided: Child's game ends with the Gray Duck getting the goose  ECM Publishers

Lakeville resident Jerry Schulz thought it was cool when he saw the Minnesota Vikings celebrating a touchdown in the 2017 season by playing a game he ...



Little League baseball: Coon Rapids-Andover opens Midwest Regional play 2-0  ECM Publishers

After dominating its way to the state championship, the Coon Rapids-Andover American Little League baseball team has kept its momentum rolling on the ...



Westonka seniors perform in prestigious Dorian Vocal Festival  ECM Publishers

Five Mound Westonka High School seniors were invited to take part in this year's prestigious Dorian Vocal Festival, hosted by Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, ...



David Law takes the helm of the state's largest school district and returns to his roots  Minneapolis Star Tribune

David Law returns to district of his youth on a mission to enhance its reputation.



Anoka County deputies capture black bear seen climbing trees in Coon Rapids  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Deputies with the Anoka County Sheriff's Office tranquilized a black bear seen roaming around the Coon Rapids area on Friday evening without incident after ...



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.



State picks 123 schools for safety funding  Star Tribune

More than 120 schools across Minnesota will receive part of the $25 million in school safety funding approved by state lawmakers earlier this year.



Cross country runner may force school district policy to change course  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Cross country phenomenon Bryna DelCastillo is a half-minute faster than anyone on the Coon Rapids High School team -- "in a class by herself," says her coach ...



Nickel shines on the diamond | Plymouth/Medicine Lake  ECM Publishers

It isn't often that any Lake Conference baseball team has a three-year starter at shortstop, but that's the case for Wayzata this season.



AVID helps Anoka-Hennepin grads aim higher  Minneapolis Star Tribune

The AVID program at two high schools in the Anoka-Hennepin district gives students tools to go beyond the middle of the pack.



Edina High School's Theater for All shines spotlight on performers with disabilities  ECM Publishers

It wasn't her first choice of possible electives for her senior year, or her second, but when Olivia Magnuson was placed in a groundbreaking theater class at ...



Correction for Sept. 2, 2018  Star Tribune

A story on B4 Saturday gave the wrong ZIP codes for a 2010 study on life expectancy in north Minneapolis. The study found lower life expectancy in 55411 and ...



Anoka-Hennepin improves graduation odds for older students  Minneapolis Star Tribune

A three-year-old program in the Anoka-Hennepin district has boosted graduation numbers for 18- to 21-year-olds.



Adapted Softball: Thunderbolts head back to state softball t...  Woodbury Bulletin

It's back to state for the South Washington County Thunderbolts. The Thunderbolts qualified with a fairly easy 18-5 section win over the visiting ...



Watchdog: Graduation means pomp and circumstance and fees  Pioneer Press

This spring, a letter sent to parents from Red Wing High School admonished seniors to forgo “skip day” and gave details about the school's upcoming graduation ...



Last Salute  Carroll Daily Times Herald

January 3, 2017 Coon Rapids Old soldiers, General Douglas MacArthur said, never die, they just fade away. Coon Rapids on Friday laid to rest one of the ...



Education briefs for the week of June 1  ECM Publishers

Sioux Trail custodian earns national school support employee award.



Lakeville North basketball players take the spotlight | Sports  ECM Publishers

These are heady times for Lakeville North High School basketball. Recently, players from the Panthers' boys and girls programs verbally committed to a Big Ten ...



Hennepin Theatre Trust Announces Its 2017-2018 Spotlight Education Jimmy Award And Triple Threat Award Finalists  Broadway World

Hennepin Theatre Trust announced its 2017-2018 finalists for the Jimmy Awards and Triple Threat Awards. Twenty-six high school musical theatre students ...



Area briefs for the week of Sept. 28 | Free  ECM Publishers

Uponor hosts area robotics teams. gen uponor robotics 1. Uponor employees mingle during the company's Sept. 19 volunteer fair in Apple Valley.



Herc-U-Lift celebrates 50 years | Community  ECM Publishers

At the Maple Plain City Council meeting on Monday, June 25, the council recognized the 50th anniversary of local company Herc-U-Lift. The company was ...



Sisters made right call in officiating high-school adapted sports  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Siblings Michelle Schneider and Jacki Wincek are rare female officials working Minnesota high school adapted soccer, floor hockey and softball games. Players ...



The Nicest Places in Every State  Reader's Digest

The nicest places in America embody kindness and cooperation: Locals help out neighbors and strangers alike—and newcomers are welcomed as friends.



Panthers boast experience, depth on the mound | Sports  ECM Publishers

Last week Lakeville North's baseball team got in several days of work in the Florida sunshine and warmth. Then the Panthers returned to Minnesota, where ...



STMA grad Weston snags Freshman All-American nod  ECM Publishers

After a sensational first season at Northern Iowa, the freshmen pair of St. Michael-Albertville grad Isaiah Weston and Xavior Williams were named to the Phil ...



Adapted Softball: Thunderbolts lose twice in challenging state...  Woodbury Bulletin

It was a rare two strikes and you're out appearance for the South Washington County Thunderbolts in the 2017 state adapted softball tournament.



Young robotics students fare well at state tournament  ECM Publishers

Young robotics teams from Princeton trekked to a state-tournament competition for the first time Feb. 3 and came away with nice honors for young, first-timers at ...



Thunderbolts take another consolation title  Woodbury Bulletin

The South Washington County Thunderbolts bounced back from a tough opening-round loss to claim more hardware on Saturday afternoon. The Thunderbolts ...



Thanking God for new chance  Carroll Daily Times Herald

August 5, 2013The Rev. Cindy Johnson thanks God that He was persistent or she would not have become the first collared woman pastor at St. John Lutheran ...



Autumn-matic: Another strong girls soccer team at Centennial  Press Pubs

As certain as falling leaves in the autumn is Centennial High School generating another formidable girls soccer team under coach Ginger Flohaug.



Charles Lloyd and Friends at the Dakota: The music was magic  MinnPost

Charles Lloyd and his band weren't going anywhere Wednesday morning – their early flight to Quebec City had been canceled because of the storm — and the ...



Lino Lakes police officer’s widow chronicles grief – and survival  Pioneer Press

When Jennifer Silvera's husband died, she picked up a pen. Her life was nearly perfect. She had married her high school sweetheart, and they were raising their ...



Police: New Brighton killer planned a rampage  Pioneer Press

Armed with two handguns and more than 100 bullets, Corey Lee Gaustad was determined to kill his ex-girlfriend and anyone else who got in his way.



High-speed chase of stolen car ends in fatal crash on Crosstown  Minneapolis Star Tribune

The State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash on the Crosstown that occurred early Friday following a high-speed police pursuit involving a stolen car from Eagan ...



Photos: Connecticut crushes the Lynx  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Gallery: After her teammates sung Happy Birthday to her after the game, former Gopher Rachel Banham was lifted up by teammate Chiney Ogwumike and ...



Ex-Alaska lawmaker sentenced on harassment count  Minneapolis Star Tribune

A former Alaska legislator accused of hitting a woman hard enough to rupture her eardrum pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor harassment charge.



Top 500 Girls Outdoor 100m Returners: Sha'Carri Richardson Is In Front To Start 2018  MileSplit

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Metro Transit recommends moving part of C-Line to Glenwood Avenue  Star Tribune

When the new C-Line begins running in 2019, the metro area's second rapid bus line will provide faster and more frequent bus *service* between Brooklyn Center ...



Central Intelligence: Teams got busy at trade deadline  Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Twins were sellers at the trade deadline, a busy day around the AL Central. Here's who was added and subtracted: Indians: They made offers for Brad Hand ...



Taylor-owned egg company looks to South Dakota for cage-free plant  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Rembrandt Foods has chosen South Dakota as the site for its new 100 percent cage-free egg production facility. The giant hen house is expected to be ...



On the ground in Rio, we're adjusting to logistical challenges  Star Tribune

This is my first blog post from Rio. While most of our stories for the paper will be on athletes and issues, we hope to use blogs to give you updates, tidbits and ...



Gallery: Game 4: Dallas 3, Wild 2  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Wild vs Dallas during the first round NHL playoff series at Xcel Energy Center.



Daily Wild Card Watch: Are the Astros back?  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Here's what you need to know today if you're pulling for the Twins to make the playoffs.



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