Fewer than 1 percent of ACT test takers receive a perfect 36, but Mounds View High School has 14 students who achieved the highest score possible during the 2017-2018 school year.
In his eighth season as a snowplow driver, Jon Yankovec starts work at 2 a.m. when snow falls in Shoreview.
BLAINE — Crown Iron Works broke ground on its $14 million global headquarters located at 9879 Naples St. NE in Blaine on Halloween.
“Children use behavior to tell us something is wrong,” said Dr. Nancy Binford, the keynote speaker last month at “Trauma, What Works? Tips, Tools & Takeaways,” a conference held at Anoka Ramsey Community College and hosted by the Anoka County Children and Family Council, Anoka County, Fr…
WYOMING — Minnesota students and educators were well represented last month when Wyoming Elementary School Principal Curtis Slater traveled to Washington, D.C. as the state’s 2018 National Distinguished Principal (NDP).
STILLWATER — Instead of paintings, sculpture and photographs, ArtReach St. Croix’s gallery is currently filled with objects like furniture, utensils and rugs. “HOME is where the ART is,” on view through Saturday, Nov. 18, encourages viewers to see everyday items as works of art.
For 16 years, Lisa Najarian had symptoms she couldn't explain for an infection she couldn't treat.
Abby White's desire for adventure and traveling and her drive to develop her nursing career led her to join the military.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — When it comes to location of a downtown bus station, know this: The City Council has final say.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Multiuse trail enthusiasts attended the second in a likely series of meetings last Thursday regarding the extension of the Bruce Vento Trail.
SHOREVIEW — A young man was touring a Greco luxury apartment building in Minneapolis’s North Loop a few weeks ago but decided it was a bit too far from his job at Boston Scientific in Arden Hills.
CENTERVILLE — Day after day, Glen Simonson was fed up with wasting time and putting stress on his body while picking up leaves from his yard and garden.
Four members of the Mahtomedi girls soccer team that won the state championship on Friday were named to the all-state tournament team. They are Grace Padelford, Sonia Meyer, Audrey Sexson and Lauren Heinsch. The Zephyr beat Bemidji 5-0, Holy Angels 2-1 and Orono, in the finals, 1-0, at U.S. …
It took 93 minutes for someone to score in the state championship game Friday.
Thanks to a girl named Panek who never panics, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs will have a chance to defend their state championship next week.
Helio De La Torre could not restrain himself, the elation was so great.
Mahtomedi lost a close duel to Tartan 21-17 Friday evening, unable to stop the Titans tailback and to generate their usual air game.
Champlin Park sprung a long pass play for the winning touchdown and beat Centennial 24-21 on Friday evening — a game the Cougars almost won despite nine turnovers.
Down 21-0 after one quarter, appearing on the brink of getting routed, White Bear Lake instead made a heart-pounding game of it before falling to Cretin-Derham Hall 36-28 Friday night.
It was the kicking phase of the game that kicked the White Bear Lake Bears in the butt Friday evening.