It is no surprise that the holiday season is going to look very different this year.
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The announcement that Centennial students in grades K-12 will shift from the hybrid learning model to distance learning resulted, unsurprisingly, in conflicting emotions within the community.
Two area college students decided a “less touristy” study abroad experience in a remote village in India would be more meaningful to them than going to France, Spain, New Zealand or the United Kingdom.
The Anoka County Library (ACL) is encouraging readers to read writings by local authors. ACL selected 10 area authors and featured one each week on social media and on its website, anokacounty.us/3981/Read-Local.
How do you feel about what is happening in this country right now? Have you taken sides on the issues, or are you feeling a bit uncertain? It seems that a lot of people aren’t so sure how to answer that question right now.
Gov. Tim Walz has ordered a four-week shutdown of youth and high school sports starting last Saturday — ending what remained of the football and volleyball seasons and delaying the start of winter sports practices until Dec. 18 at the earliest.
The Centennial Cougars capped off the highly unusual 2020 season by picking up their second section playoff win in three nights, beating the Stillwater Ponies 27-14 on Friday evening in Stillwater.
The Centennial football team's second-round playoff game at Stillwater will be held Friday at 6 p.m. and will end the season, due to Gov. Walz's orders on Thursday to shut down sports for a month as of Friday, 11:59 p.m. The game had been scheduled for Saturday evening with the winners advan…
It took six games for Centennial to get its offense in gear but it’s been humming for two straight games now, and the Cougars have advanced o the second round of sectionals.
Elijah Ward produced two touchdowns with his arm and two more with his feet as the Centennial Cougars won their regular-season finale 35-21 over Osseo at home Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Ginger Flohaug took over a Centennial soccer program that was mediocre at best, two decades ago. She turned it into one of the most vibrant in the metro area.
Khyah Harper, scoring machine for the Centennial Cougars and future Minnesota Gopher, has captured the top honor in prep soccer.
Jesus Galvan-Garcia picked up his third all-conference honor and was named Most Valuable Player on the Centennial boys soccer team. The senior midfielder was also named to the coaches association all-state second team.
Khaya Harper of Centennial was named Ms. Soccer for the state last week and made the coaches all state team for the third time.
The Centennial Cougars faced an explosive, undefeated St. Michael-Albertville team Friday night, and stuck with the Knights for a while but could not stop them.