Monthly Archives: October 2009

PHOTOS: Lakeville North girls lose to Woodbury in soccer playoffs

The Lakeville North girls soccer team lost to Woodbury at Park High School in the State Girls AA Soccer quarterfinals 5-0 on Thursday, Oct. 29. Photos by Rick Orndorf

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Five hats in ring for three District 11 school board seats

Five candidates have filed to run for the three Anoka-Hennepin District 11 School Board seats that are on the election ballot Tuesday, Nov. 3. Those seats are currently held by John Hoffman, Michael Sullivan and Kathy Tingelstad, who have each … Continue reading

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PHOTOS: Eagan girls soccer prevails in overtime

The Eagan High School girls soccer team beat Centennial at Park High School in the State Girls AA Soccer quarterfinals 1-0 in overtime on Thursday, Oct. 29. Photos by Rick Orndorf

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Patriotic community celebration replaces annual Veterans Day program in Farmington

For the past decade, a Farmington middle school has hosted a community Veterans Day program to honor the sacrifice local veterans made during war time. After a community group met to consider changes to the annual event, it has developed … Continue reading

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Life with World War II’s 24th Evac Hospital told by Carl Pearson

It is a well-worn book that Carl Pearson, Milaca, has referred to since landing at Normandy (Omaha Beach) June 6, 1944. The book is dedicated to the 24th Evacuation Hospital that Pearson was part of during WWII, and it recounts … Continue reading

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Time to change fire alarm batteries, clean chimneys

Couple this with the National Fire Prevention Association estimating home fires kill 540 children age 14 and under, and the importance of changing alarm batteries becomes even more apparent.

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What's happening around the area for Halloween

What to do for Halloween? Check this list out!

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Time to change fire alarm batteries, clean chimneys

On Nov. 1 when clocks are turned back to Central Standard Time, families should also remember to change the batteries in their fire alarms. The International Association of Fire Chiefs estimates that while 96 percent of American homes have at … Continue reading

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Man with gun shot wound won’t talk

Police were dispatched to Beaudry Express in Elk River for a man who left the scene with a gun shot wound. On Oct. 24 at 4:02 a.m. the man was last seen traveling eastbound on Highway 10 in a red … Continue reading

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Milaca Schools need levy to pass to ‘maintain’

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the public will decide if Milaca Public Schools will be able to maintain as is, or if another half-million dollars in cuts will need to be made. The public can also decide if it would like … Continue reading

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