The age-old tradition of storytelling came to life in a new format at Osseo Middle School for World Read Aloud Day celebrated on Feb. 1 and 2. Twenty-five published authors from California to Maryland to just down the street in Minneapolis landed onscreen and were digitally brought into the …
The 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year will be chosen from a field of 167 candidates. These candidates have accepted their nominations and completed the required materials to become eligible for the honor. The number of candidates this year is the third-most in the 54-year history of the awa…
Osseo Senior High’s ceramics students Alexa Paulson and Emma Hauser were selected to take part in the 21st Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition.
The recording “Life and Breath: Choral Works by René Clausen” received the Grammy for Best Choral Performance. Now, Clausen will bring The Concordia Choir from Moorhead, to perform in Maple Grove Saturday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 7401 County Road 101.
Items are selected from reports made to the Corcoran Police Department and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of all services provided by the Corcoran Police Department.
Fisher, David James, age 37, of Albertville, sentenced Jan. 29 for Gross Misdemeanor Violation of a No Contact Order to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 198 days jail, $3,000 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 167 days jail, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescrip…
Maxxon, a manufacturer of underlayments for floors, is getting ready to expand its facilities in Medina at 900 and 920 Hamel Road. The company has been located in Medina for more than 30 years.
The St. Michael–Albertville School Board met to approve resolutions for full funding of mandated special education programs, recognize award winners, talk with Rep. Eric Lucero, and hear about the new STMA Scholarship Foundation.
The member districts of Technology and Information Educational Services, often known as TIES, voted nearly unanimously last month to dissolve the organization.
At a Feb. 1 MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Courtyards of Andover, local state senators and representatives spoke for a couple of minutes each to highlight their biggest priorities for the upcoming legislative session.
The following is a synopsis of some of the incidents that occurred in the city during the week of Jan. 28, 2018 through Feb. 3, 2018. Refer to the city’s website Crime Mapping Section for additional details for the crimes of burglary, robbery, arson, theft and vehicle theft.
The Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Dist. 877 School Board reviewed the list of 2018-19 budget assumptions, including that the state’s general education revenue formula increases 2 percent.
The Knights boys’ basketball team defeated two of its three opponents to move its record to 11-9 on the season, staying alive in a crowded Mississippi 8 conference race.
The Champlin Park/Coon Rapids girls hockey team entered the Section 5AA tournament last week hoping to rebound after losing its final three games of the regular season.
During the Jan. 24 Dayton Council meeting, District 34A State Representative Joyce Peppin stopped by to give the council and residents a summary of the 2017 legislative session accomplishments and a look ahead at the upcoming session.
Osseo/Park Center came very close to winning its first girls’ section hockey game in years against Armstrong last week. But they came up short in a 2-1 double-overtime loss to Armstrong in a Section 6 first round game.
The Maple Grove Police Department was involved in an incident with an officer-involved shooting around 2 p.m. Feb. 7, at the 9600 block of Trenton Lane N. in Maple Grove.
Last month, Dan Dehn joined the public works department as a maintenance worker. Previously, Dehn worked for the streets division of the City of Minnetonka’s Public Works Department.
Maple Grove beat Osseo 51-14 in front of a big crowd at Maple Grove High last Friday to claim the program’s first conference championship.
At the Feb. 5 Maple Grove City Council meeting, the council approved establishing a tax increment financing (TIF) district in the Gravel Mining Area.
While the numbers of girls participating in youth fastpitch programs continues to grow, there is a shortage of sanctioned umpires across the state of Minnesota. This makes it difficult to schedule games for area teams.
Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota (GESMN) shops have teamed up with Girl Scouts River Valleys to have local troops sell Girl Scout Cookies in 43 stores, including the Champlin and Maple Grove locations.
The Maple Grove High gymnastics team finished off an undefeated season by outscoring Park Center 142.825 to 132.025. Feb. 8. The Crimson won all their dual meets en route to repeating as the Northwest Suburban Conference champions.
University of Wisconsin Badger basketball fans are learning what Maple Grove High School fans have known for years. Brad Davison is an outstanding basketball player and athlete, but an even better person.
The run of hockey success at STMA has continued this season as the boys’ team clinched its fourth straight Mississippi 8 title, defeating Cambridge-Isanti 15-0 and Buffalo 4-0.
North Shore Gymnastics Association conducted its 22nd Annual John Roethlisberger Iceberg Open at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion, hosting more than 530 boys representing 35 different teams from across the country.
Rockford’s girls basketball team had no time to sulk after Thursday’s 74-50 loss to state power New London-Spicer. It had to be on the bus at 5:30 a.m. Saturday to play Perham in Alexandria at 10:30 a.m.