LINO LAKES — A resident was recognized during a Ramsey County Sheriff's promotion/award ceremony for saving a woman's life.
CIRCLE PINES — The hailstorm that dropped out of the morning sky Sunday, June 11, delivered a punch — or did little damage, depending what square mile of the area you live in.
LEXINGTON—The Lovell building and surrounding 4.39 acres of land is in preliminary agreement to be sold. The city has approved a Letter of Intent with Dominium Acquisition, LLC, which intends to build a 184-unit senior living apartment complex.
Centennial Schools selected three staff members as “Employee of the Year” for the 2016-17 school year and honored each of them in a ceremony May 24.
CIRCLE PINES — Residents were present at the June 13 City Council Meeting to express their concerns and get their questions answered regarding a proposed ordinance prohibiting the feeding of wildlife.
LINO LAKES — A welcome sight greeted golfers of the Chomonix Golf Course Friday, June 2 as greens 6 and 17 reopened after nearly a year of being closed to play.
After 40 years of devoting her time and resources to ensuring students are living healthy lifestyles, Centennial health and physical education teacher Phyllis Hitchcock has retired.
At the time D’Arcy McGee, of Lino Lakes, received the custom-made putter and driver her father ordered for her, she became too ill to start golf lessons and had to set them aside.
Motorists driving in Circle Pines, Lexington and parts of Blaine may have noticed a heavier law enforcement presence in the area last week.
LINO LAKES — Residents who live along Arlo Lane visited the City Council to share their input on how to mitigate perceived speeding problems at the June 5 work session.
LINO LAKES — It was a very different sight at City Hall from last month's meeting when residents packed City Hall to express concerns over a culvert that was not functioning properly. At the council's June 5 work session, only two people attended to say they were still experiencing problems.
When Ross Indlecoffer crushed a three-run homer for Mounds View, giving the Mustangs a 6-1 lead over Centennial, it appeared to just icing on the cake.
CIRCLE PINES—Ask not what your team can do for you. Ask what you can do for your team. Will Kastenmeier, a junior in the special needs program at Centennial High School, is the catcher for a second year on his adapted softball team. He has been with the team for four years.
Champlin Park scored the lone run in the last of the eighth to edge Centennial 1-0 in the Section 5AAAA tournament on Friday.
Centennial boys track won two relays at the Section 5AA meet Friday while earning three events total and qualifying for state in five events.
Mahtomedi’s Spencer Wick and Josh Anderson are headed for the state tennis tournament after placing second in Section 4AA doubles on Tuesday.
Casey Lieser pitched six strong innings and Kyle Nordby finished as Centennial edged Mounds View 3-2 in the second round of Section 5AAA on Monday.
Centennial won four boys events and set a conference relay record at the Northwest Suburban meet that concluded Thursday at Irondale.
You might as well call them the Cougar Runners Club.
The Centennial boys won six events, including three relays, and placed fourth in the Section 5AA track meet Wednesday.
Mounds View banged out 13 hits and defeated Centennial, the first-place team in their conference, 8-3 on Wednesday at Centennial.