Monthly Archives: September 2011

Cougars get revenge on Irish

by Andy Rogers Thisweek Newspapers In a rematch of last season’s state quarterfinal game, the results were reversed this time around. Lakeville South shutout Rosemount 17-0 on Friday night to move to 5-0. It was Rosemount’s second straight loss to … Continue reading

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Football: Tigers hold on until final seconds, lose to Big Lake

Big Lake struck on a long touchdown pass to score the winning points with 3 seconds left in the game to give Big Lake a 28-22 win over Princeton Friday night.

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Volleyball: Pierz remains perfect in CMC, sets up showdown with BBE

By PATRICK SLACK Sports Editor patrick.slack@mcrecord.com The Pierz volleyball team wasted little time or effort, Thursday, sweeping Rockford Area 25-14, 25-20, 25-11. With the win, the Pioneers remain one of two teams that are undefeated in Central Minnesota Conference play. … Continue reading

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Black Hawk recognized for healthy eating efforts

School presented a check for $2,000 from Schwan’s by Jessica Harper Thisweek Newspapers The school song plays, while the crowd cheers on the mascot. It seems like any ordinary pep rally at Black Hawk Middle School, except the crowd isn’t … Continue reading

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Most homeowners to see lower District 196 taxes

by Jessica Harper Thisweek Newspapers Most homeowners can expect a smaller tax bill this year from the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District.

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Wind can’t tame Huskies repeat at Buffalo

Andover cross country ran away with both boys’ and girls’ team titles to repeat at the Buffalo Invitational Sept. 29. Continue reading

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NB Volleyball

The North Branch volleyball traveled to Spring Lake Park and defeated the Panthers 3-0 (25-12, 25-20, 25-10) Tuesday, Sept. 27. The team has a 3-1 North Suburban Conference and 7-5 overall record. The Viking team will host the Fridley Tigers … Continue reading

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NB Girls Soccer

The North Branch girls soccer team hosted and lost to the Chisago Lakes Area Wildcats 8-0 Tuesday, Sept. 27. The Viking team now has a 2-5 North Suburban Conference and 2-6 overall record. The North Branch girls soccer team will … Continue reading

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Pine City woman charged in drowning death at Braham group home

Rachel Kytonen A Pine City woman is facing a felony charge of 2nd degree manslaughter after a man she was caring for in a Braham group home died after drowning in a bathtub. Devra Cheyrle Stiles, 62, of Pine City, … Continue reading

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Crowder’s attorney: No grounds for recall

Cites state constitution as saying misconduct must be related to public office activity  By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com At its Sept. 6 meeting, the Little Falls Council asked one of its own, Brian-Paul Crowder, to resign immediately or a recall would … Continue reading

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