This past summer, Academy of Holy Angels students Emma Calton and Therese Phan received sponsorships from the FS Foundation and Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to participate in a virtual business, career and financial literacy camp called the e-Minnesota Business Venture.
As if 2020 couldn’t be any more special, unique, or different (insert your favorite adjective), we all have at least another month of a shutdown at a time of year when we are anything but programmed to be isolated.
The idea that art is in the eye of the beholder is about as cliché as one can get. But once in a great while it actually works, as it does in the story of Dutch artist Han van Meergren, which is brought to life in ‘The Last Vermeer.’
It’s not all that uncommon for a movie or TV show to have characters so flawed and unlikeable that watching them sends me into brief fits of rage. More often than not, I don’t enjoy those movies/shows.
Despite not playing in a state tournament, the undefeated Holy Angels girls soccer program continues to pile up the hardware, including the Section 3A title and a 13-0 record.
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.
Should high school sports and activities be going on during a pandemic? That’s one of the several hot-button issues without a real clear, distinct answer.
Editor's Note: This column was completed Nov. 8, before area school districts decided to go to full distance learning no later than Nov. 20. Bloomington voted to allow the two remaining fall sports (football and volleyball) to finish their respective seasons.
Holy Angels earned a 3-0 sweep at Richfield to retain control of the Battle of the Railroad Tracks traveling trophy between the two Richfield-based high schools.
A week after Benilde-St. Margaret’s held on for a 29-27 win at Bloomington Jefferson, the Red Knights (2-3) were on the opposite end of a 29-27 loss at Catholic rival Holy Angels in Richfield Nov. 6.
Back in August, it was hard to believe a scenario where seven fall prep sports would ultimately have meaningful meets, modified section tournaments and even a version of a state meet (thanks cross country).
The City of Richfield’s motor vehicle and passport office is now closed for in-person services through Nov. 15. The city is experiencing a historic number of residents interested in early voting. To accommodate resident needs, the office will be closing to offer additional voter assistance a…
The Democratic-Farmer-Labor incumbent in Senate District 63 and the DFL candidate in House District 63B won election to seats that serve precincts in Richfield.
The Richfield City Council will have a different look in 2021 as one challenger, Sean Hayford Oleary, was elected in Ward 2.
Holy Angels improved to 3-1 on the season with perhaps its most impressive game, yet in a 35-29 win at Class 5A power Robbinsdale Cooper Oct. 30.
Davion Taylor jumped on a fumble as it rolled into the end zone for Richfield’s second touchdown less than three minutes into Friday’s football game against Columbia Heights.
A "From Farmers to Families" food distribution will be held 9 a.m. to noon, Friday, Oct. 30, at the Richfield Baptist Church, 6215 Oliver Ave., Richfield.
Richfield-Holy Angles and Kennedy wrapped up the girls swimming and diving season with the Section 2A meet originally scheduled to take place at the Spartans’ pool at Richfield Middle School.
Holy Angels junior Emmett Johnson had another impressive performance rushing for 178 yards and three touchdowns during Friday’s 42-14 win over DeLaSalle.
The city of Richfield, along with Bloomington Public Health, are preparing for a new event, tailored to serve the area’s senior citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.