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The city of Edina’s community health administrator, Jeff Brown, was recently recognized for his work in the area of food safety, earning the Local Public Health Association of Minnesota’s Legislative Leadership Award.

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The city of Bloomington has announced facility closures and program cancellations in following the guidance of the Minnesota Department of Health to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Two decades into his tenure coaching boys soccer at Richfield High School, coach Mike Harris is seeing the dedication and hard work from many in the Richfield community begin to pay off.

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Edina Public Schools is recognizing 25 students selected as National Merit semifinalists and 22 students selected as commended students. These Edina High School students are among more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by taking the Preliminary SAT or National Merit Schol…

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Agamim Classical Academy, a public charter school in Edina, hosted a virtual Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11. It featured students in kindergarten through grade eight singing, reciting poetry, giving a speech and more.

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The Edina School Board decided last week to accept the district’s plan to transition all grades to distance learning by the end of the month.

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Working with tenants, restaurants and attractions, Mall of America in Bloomington will host 8 Days of Giving from Nov. 23-30.

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The College Board Advanced Placement program has recognized one National AP Scholar, 19 AP Scholars with Distinction, 21 AP Scholars with Honor and 65 AP Scholars from Bloomington Jefferson and Kennedy high schools.

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After announcing the coming implementation of full-time distance learning for grades 6-12 two weeks ago, the Richfield School District expanded on those plans last week when it announced that children in grades pre-k through 5 will also soon be learning remotely on a full-time basis.

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Over the course of 16 years, Richfield Public Works Department Director Kristin Asher has worked to transform the city’s aging infrastructure to one that is recognized across the region.