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Richfield made Bloomington pay for a second-inning error as Josh Behnke’s hard ground ball to left field allowed Lukas Frye to score the first run in what turned out to be a 10-1 loss to Bloomington Gold Prospects at Haddox Field July 27.

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Here in the U.S., we pride ourselves on living in a meritocracy. We don’t inherit our wealth and our status - we work for it! Nobody else foots the bill for our good life. Yet, how do you recognize true accomplishment? One simple, straightforward way to determine merit is to measure the dist…

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After three months without anyone lifting weights or using a treadmill, area fitness centers are cautiously reopening to a new reality of working out during a pandemic.

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The Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors typically meets six times each school year. A seventh meeting took place July 14 discuss a range of items from association finances to COVID-19 updates.

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The Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors typically meets six times each school year. A seventh meeting took place July 14 discuss a range of items from association finances to COVID-19 updates.

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Sarah Nelson, a baker and mindfulness practitioner, is excited to be joining the Hopkins Farmers Market this year. She recently launched Sabbatical Vibrations Bakery with a mission to awaken joy in every moment by being present with food.

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As we enter into the early summer, things are changing. The biggest change is the beginning of the extensive weed growth that is starting to emerge on mid-lake flats. 

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On the sidewalks of Hopkins, residents Michele and Brandon Morris have been rocking the chalk as they create colorful characters and inspiring words meant to bring joy to those passing by.

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Undaunted by the current pandemic and the shift to distance learning, Hopkins Public Schools staff and students continue to innovate and generate BIG ideas. Student growth is the focus of the Hopkins Education Foundation’s spring grant cycle, which includes a $50,000 COVID-19 inspired boost …