More than a million fishing licenses are sold annually in Minnesota. Fishing—and eating fish—is part of our collective DNA. We’ve been casting to our lakes, rivers and neighborhood ponds for generations. There may be no better representation of the natural bounty of our state than the summer…
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LINO LAKES — The City Council now has a much clearer picture of what it will take to get the former YMCA facility up and running again and what that may look like in the future.
The following four speeches were given at Centennial High School's graduation ceremony Friday, June 11, at CHS’s stadium. Each year, students apply for an opportunity to speak at graduation.
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The Centennial School Board has agreed to take a brief pause on a proposed joint powers agreement (JPA) and contract with Equity Alliance MN (EA-MN). The board also questioned whether sending out a survey on the district’s equity journey was the right approach, but ultimately decided to move…
One area family now knows that eating dehydrated food, filtering stream water and going to the bathroom without toilet paper is not something they ever want to do again.
While Minnesota has eased pandemic restrictions, many businesses are facing a shortage of workers. Cities are also having a hard time hiring seasonal help.
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.
As the number of girls hockey participants continues to dwindle, Centennial and Spring Lake Park high schools will be joining forces for the upcoming 2021-22 season.
Lacrosse: Cougar girls, boys fall in section semifinals
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.
The Centennial Cougars drubbed the Coon Rapids Cardinals 13-2 to stay alive in the Section 7AAAA tournament, then got smoked themselves by the Forest Lake Rangers 14-4, both on Monday evening in Anoka, ending their season. It was a solid season with a final 18-7 record.
Lacrosse has been Claire Carlson’s passion since seventh grade. That stage of her life recently ended, but not before the 2016 Centennial graduate enjoyed a much-decorated collegiate career at Dubuque, Iowa, and Aurora, Illinois.
The Centennial Cougars baseball team finished fourth in the 14-team Northwest Suburban Conference (NWSC), then won two of three playoff games to stay alive in Section 7AAAA.
Dominant pitching by Helene Krage and a clutch hit by Emma Hopkins helped Centennial softball pull within one win of the state softball tournament last week.