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A 21-year-old Burnsville man is accused of kidnapping and assaulting his girlfriend, who managed to escape and flee to a Bloomington hotel shortly before the suspect crashed the vehicle he was driving into a Bloomington grocery store.

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Edina School Board Chair Erica Allenburg announced at the Sept. 14 meeting that the board has begun conducting its regular meetings in a partial in-person format at the district office’s conference room, with limited public seating available in the adjacent collaborative space.

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To help local businesses impacted by the pandemic and destruction from the civil unrest that took place across Minneapolis and St. Paul this spring, Mall of America will open a dedicated retail space called Community Commons.

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More than 86% of Edina students who took AP tests last spring scored 3 or higher, which is consistent with scores over the past four years despite challenges presented by COVID-19. A score of 3 or higher on an AP test is accepted for credit by most colleges and universities.

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I’m now the kind of person who will spend a pleasant Sunday afternoon dual-screening a Vikings game and a web stream of a municipal candidate forum. What has Edina done to me?

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Editor’s note: Not all of the candidates’ comments on important issues raised during the forum are discussed in this article. In the interest of fairness, each candidate who took part is mentioned here three times. To watch the forum, visit lwvedina.org.

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In a crowded field at the top of the Metro West Conference boys soccer standings, every point Kennedy can grab from the remaining matches can prove quite valuable. Last Thursday’s 2-1 win at winless Robbinsdale Cooper helped the Eagles rise off the bottom of the standings with seven points and a 2-3-1 record. Kenned was sixth in the standings, two points behind Benilde-St. Margaret’s which was fifth with nine points and a 3-0-0 record, 3-1-0 overall.