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Rockford’s Molly Nooyen has been named the school’s Athena Award winner for 2019. The award recognizes outstanding young women athletes from Minnesota in both public and private high schools. Throughout her high school athletic career, Nooyen was cited as being an outstanding player in volle…

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The following students were recently recognized as Students of the Month for February at St. Michael-Albertville (STMA) Middle School East. Front row, left to right, Taylor Olson, Brody Cheely, Bode Laylin, Jackson Hamilton, Jaeger O’Brien, Natalie Kloss and Samantha Tessmer. Back row: Ava B…

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Rogers Middle School has named its February students of the month. Front row, left to right, are Tyler Brown, Micah Dols, Presley Schultz and Becca Williams. Middle row: Anna Shingledecker, Anna Spurrell, Grace Clark and Sam Cassady. Back row Julia Reiter, Trey Pelant, Hannah Bruskiewicz, Ai…

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Elm Creek Elementary School awarded students each week as Outstanding Eagles. Each week, classrooms in kindergarten through fifth grade have student that receive a certificate, a picture hung on the wall near the main office and are recognized for SOARing at school. Soar means — Striving to …

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St. Michael Elementary School students of the month showed the character trait, Fairness, throughout the month of February. Front row, left to right, are first-graders, Will Murray, Keira Faue, Claire Collins, Daniel Egorov and Jaxon Herron. Second row are second-graders Lola Olson, Tanner H…

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The following is a synopsis of some of the incidents that occurred in the city during the week of Feb. 24 through March 2, 2019. Refer to the city’s website Crime Mapping Section for additional details for the crimes of burglary, robbery, arson, theft and vehicle theft.

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The following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Tuesday, March 5, through Sunday, March 10.

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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.

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Following are some of the incidents from the activity report for West Hennepin Public Safety, dated March 8. WHPS serves Independence and Maple Plain. The incidents below took place in Independence, unless otherwise noted.

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On March 4, Meghann Alice Meyer, 27, of St. Michael, was arrested in Sherburne County on Wright County warrants for domestic assault and violation of no contact orders.

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The $1,724,916.09 contract for the Champlin Mill Pond project was awarded to the low bidder, Landwehr Construction. The contractor has kicked off construction this week, by beginning to construct the foundation of a pedestrian bridge that will be adjacent to Highway 169.

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This March marks the 12th year Project Prom will give away new and gently used prom dresses to local teens — an effort to help make prom dreams come true by eliminating the expense of a costly gown. In 2018, 340 young women from more than 60 high schools across Minnesota and western Wisconsi…

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The probability of snowmelt flooding for this spring has increased in the Minnesota, upper Mississippi and Western Wisconsin river basins has increased, the National Weather Service in a March 7 outlook report on flood potential. This prediction includes the Crow River at Delano and Rockford.

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The St. Michael–Albertville School Board approved expanded transportation for open enrolled students, honored ExCEL winners, concurred with the American Indian Parent Advisory Committee and expanded student activities.

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In February, the Metropolitan Council authorized acquisition of the Rogers Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Council plans to operate the Rogers plant for about 10 years, then decommission the facility after a new Crow River Plant is built in western Rogers.

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Rogers High School student Abbi Northius was awarded a $2,300 Minneapolis College of Art and Design Scholarship, along with her Gold Key Award. The scholarship is for the MCAD 2019 Pre-College Summer Session and will cover tuition, room and board, use of facilities and art supplies. Her past…

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The Rocket Speech team recently competed at the Wright County Conference Tournament in Litchfield. Sophomore Maddie placed in her event. Eighth Grader Maggie also placed. Sophomore Rayna Bowen was crowned conference champ in Humorous Interpretation.

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Elm Creek Elementary School awarded students each week as Outstanding Eagles. Each week, classrooms in kindergarten through fifth grade have student that receive a certificate, a picture hung on the wall near the main office and are recognized for SOARing at school. Soar means — Striving to …