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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.

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Christopher Michael Phillips, 42, of Coon Rapids, died Friday, Sept. 11, when the 2014 Honda motorcycle he was driving was struck by an unknown vehicle at the intersection of I-35W and I-494 in Richfield.

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The City of Richfield has created a new COVID-19 dashboard to share case numbers, deaths and key demographic breakdowns of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic arrived in Minnesota on March 6, 2020.

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Area girls tennis programs are enjoying a resurgence of interest in the game not only for its socially-distant practicality but also for the challenge and workout that comes along with tennis at a high level is a challenge many students and coaches are seeking this fall. 

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Last fall was a spotlight season for soccer teams in the Sun Current coverage area. Holy Angels captured the Class A state title, Kennedy secured a top-seed in section play and finished one point away from a Metro West Conference crown. Jefferson is positioned well to compete for the Metro West title after splitting the last four titles with St. Louis Park and Richfield’s move to the Tri-Metro Conference helped the program collect eight wins overall, three in conference play.

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If I’m being completely honest, I had no idea that ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ was based on a Charles Dickens novel. That might be because I have never read a Charles Dickens novel. I’m sure many can make the same claim, but I’d bet there’s not too many people that earned an …

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The Minnesota Department of Health is providing free COVID-19 tests next week in partnership with the cities of Bloomington, Edina and Richfield.

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There’s no doubt the fall sports season will look different in several ways, from the limited events and shrinking the length of the season to keeping contests within conferences  without any of the big invitationals typically set to begin later this month and continue into November.