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The STMA girls tennis team traveled to defending state AA champions Edina High School for a match and came away with two victories out of the seven matches on Sept. 15. Coach Tyler Creelman spoke highly of his team as those two individual wins by STMA players were the first by any STMA girls…

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On Aug. 31, David Franklin Bentley, 34, of Albertville, was arrested in Otsego on the charge of domestic assault and a MN Department of Corrections warrant for a parole violation.

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The St. Michael-Albertville School District started the 2020-21 school year on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Kindergarteners began their school year Thursday, Sept. 10. This school year is starting a little differently than normal.

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The St. Michael-Albertville cross country teams competed in their first 5K race of the season on Sept. 10. Competing in the extremely competitive Lake Conference, both the STMA boys and girls teams finished behind Minnetonka in the dual meet competition held at Gale Woods farm in Minnetrista.  

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A rare non-conference road trip to Providence Academy High School in Plymouth on Sept. 8 gave the STMA Girls Tennis team its first victory of the season as the Lady Knights swept all matches, winning 7-0 over the Lions.   

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Any team playing in the fall of 2020 has already needed to adapt to a lot of change, and the STMA boys’ soccer team is no exception. The team lost several key seniors from last year’s team and is in a rebuilding period.

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After a pandemic-driven cancellation of the spring sports season, high school sports returned for the fall with a few notable exceptions. The games played at the end of August were the first in over five months, marking a return to relative normalcy after the growing concern over COVID-19 in…

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In what has been a different and unusual year for education and many other things, the high school sports scene is sharing some of the same challenges. Minnesota high school cross country teams have had to re-invent their 2020 proposed meet schedules for this fall, following the mandates lai…

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This will be not a typical school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents may have many questions. Will my child be attending school in person? Only some days? Every day? What can I do to help my child succeed this year?

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The Corner Bar in St. Michael came down Aug. 18. The fixture landmark since 1897 was demoed by crews as people watched. The property was purchased by Wright County to make way for an intersection expansion project at Hwy. 241 and County Road 19. (Photos courtesy of the city of St. Michael)

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Great River Regional Library is now offering Grab and Go service, so people can continue borrowing from their local library. Browse the local library for books and items to check out. Look through the bookshelves, ask library staff questions, and pick up holds, while keeping a visit as brief…

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In the July 9 issue, the Crow River News featured a story about the coming Town Center Park in St. Michael, which will feature a splash pad, giant playground, a pavilion, a concession stand and open spaces among other amenities. The park will be St. Michael’s largest when it is completed.

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We are excited to announce that the Crow River Senior Center is open. All activities will be by reservation only as we are limited in the number of people at one time. For the full detail of our opening please visit our website at www.crowriverseniorcenter.com or pick up a newsletter inside …

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The next in a continuing series of free fresh produce and dairy drops, sponsored by NourishingHOPE and Second Harvest Heartland, will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 11. Boxes of fresh produce and dairy products will be available for drive-through pick up at six area locations. Boxes are given o…

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The Corner Bar, which served St. Michael residents from the late 19th century until its purchase by Wright County late last year, will soon be demolished to make room for a widening of LaBeaux Avenue (County Road 19).