Press Publications wants to hear your greatest love stories—anything worthy of a Nicholas Sparks novel to a blind date gone right will do! This is your chance to tell the community how you charmed your way into 50-plus years of marriage or were pleasantly surprised by a secret admirer. Submi…
Local News Sections
City staff will continue to work with Victor Land Holdings LLC and JL Schwieters on possible refinements to its landscaping plan that could provide nearby residents some relief when it comes to noise and lights.
Minnesota is rich in edible wild foods, but it’s difficult to find anything alive and growing when everything is buried under inches of snow and ice. Foraging for wild foods in winter is a bit like a scavenger hunt—it gets you outside and keeps you busy in the winter months, with the promise…
After 40 years in public service, Washington County Attorney Pete Orput has announced that he will not be seeking reelection when his term expires at the end of this year.
As each year comes to an end, it is a tradition of The Citizen to look back at some of the most memorable stories of the year. Although we would all like to “get back to normal,” the COVID-19 pandemic persists. School board meetings continue to draw a crowd.
Residents who live near Bald Eagle Industrial Park are hopeful a solution can be reached so they don’t have to deal with noise at all hours of the day.
Boys hockey: Eastview downs Bears 4-1
Boys basketball: Cougars top Blaine 70-60
Owen Harrod set his sails toward a specific goal as a ninth grader, and trained his body and mind resolutely ever since.
The Centennial football team in the last two weeks gave future Cougars a taste of the drills they’ll be running in high school at their annual Youth Football Camp. Two weeks ago, they hosted grades 6-8 for three days (actually the third day was this past Monday due to extreme heat one evenin…
The Centennial Cougars claimed third place in the state with a 6-3 victory over Chanhassen to close an exceptional season on Wednesday.
As Helene Krage went, so went the Centennial Cougars, in the first two rounds of the state softball tournament on Tuesday.
Centennial sprinters Landen Liu and Emily Anderson, and high-jumper Alyssa Draheim, all qualified for state at the Section 5AA meet Saturday at Mounds View.
The No. 2 ranked Centennial softball team is state-bound after fending off Maple Grove’s upset bid 4-3 in eight innings in the Section 5AAAA finals Thursday.