Approximately 100 students at Centennial High School (CHS) took 17 minutes out of their day to stand up to gun violence in schools and honor their peers who have lost their lives far too soon.
On March 12, Centennial High School (CHS) and the Blaine Police Department (BPD) were made aware of a threat that had been made from one student to another over the weekend.
LINO LAKES — Residents packed the Lino Lakes council chambers March 14 to share their thoughts at the Planning and Zoning Board’s discussion of a proposed “gateway” to the city on its southern border.
LINO LAKES — Six hundred red ribbons and 2,000 safety pins caught the attention of “Project Runway” judges at the Boston Scientific Hearts for Fashion Show in February at the Mall of America.
CIRCLE PINES — Since the ‘80s, Circle Pines residents Larry and Lisa Hutchinson’s life together has been consumed by video production and technology, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
CENTERVILLE — Renovating City Hall, finding professionals to fill city staff positions, attracting more volunteers within the community and changing the city’s logo are just a few of the Centerville City Council’s focus goals.
The 6th Woodrunners of the Twin Cities was the first Baden-Powell Service Association (BPSA) chapter to form in the state. Today, there are three chapters in Minnesota.
Centennial’s stellar hockey season did not have a memorable conclusion.
The Centennial Cougars enjoyed an exhilarating first four minutes in the state Class 2A hockey semifinals Friday night, taking a quick 2-0 lead on the number one ranked team in the state.
Until Centennial and St. Thomas Academy took the ice, the first round of the Class 2A hockey state tournament was all lop-sided yawners Thursday.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs tumbled St. Paul Como Park 81-58 in their playoff opener on Wednesday evening, advancing to the semifinals of a section with five ranked teams.
Centennial’s season ended with just five wins, but not with a whimper, on Wednesday evening.
And now it’s state tournament week for the Centennial Cougar hockey team, which will open against St. Thomas Academy in the last of four games Thursday at Xcel Energy Center. The Cougars won their section tournament capped by a win over Maple Grove last week.
Centennial was clearly the best team in a strong Section 5AAAA field during the regular season, but the Cougars will not be playing in the state tournament next week.
The section championship was theirs for the taking and the Centennial Cougars latched unto it with some highlight-reel shooting Thursday night.
Centennial, top-seeded in the Section 5AAAA tournament, opened with a 71-37 conquest of Osseo on Wednesday evening. Sara Stapleton scored 22 points, Claire Orth 18 and Lexi Matthews 10 for the Cougars, who now face No.. 4 Park Center (18-9) in the semifinals Saturday at Anoka High School, 1 …
Centennial, struggling for wins all year, had a two-game win streak and almost made it three, but lost in overtime to Spring Lake Park 76-73 on Tuesday night. Regulation time ended 67-67. Carter Anderson had 29 points for the Cougars (5-20). Andrew Metz chipped in 12, Ricky Eason 10 and Rile…