Later this week, 80 students from Centennial High School (CHS) will perform a classic, and it couldn’t be a better time.
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After conducting interviews with the top four candidates, the Centennial School Board has now decided who will fill the one-year term until the special election next November.
The Minnesota Department of Health has launched new semi-permanent COVID-19 testing sites across the Twin Cities metro due to an increased demand for testing. The former YMCA in Lino Lakes is among the sites that offer both saliva PCR testing and rapid testing.
A strong rebound in holiday travel is expected this Thanksgiving. The Auto Club Group predicts that 53.4 million Americans will travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, up 13% from 2020. This brings travel volumes within 5% of pre-pandemic levels for the 2019 holiday.
After receiving nine applications for the vacant school board position, the Centennial School Board has now reviewed applications and interviewed the top four candidates. The board will officially appoint its pick in December, and the selected candidate will be sworn in in January.
Members of the Power of Centennial (POC) group are hopeful going forward that they will have more funding requests so their dollars can continue to have an impact on Centennial students.
Black Friday, traditionally the single busiest shopping day of the year, arrives a little earlier this year. Many stores are already advertising Black Friday prices. Instead of setting an alarm to brave crowds for deeply discounted items, dedicated shoppers are expected to look for deals onl…
Kathryn Woelfel, Centennial freshman diver, placed eighth in the state Class AA meet held Thursday and Saturday evening at the University of Minnesota.
Centennial/Spring Lake Park fired 67 shots and beat Roseau 5-2 on Saturday on a trip to northern Minnesota. Roseau goalie Jada Pelowski was credited with 62 saves. Lauren O’Hara, Jaycee Chatleain, Callie Cody, Megan Goodreau and Paige Davidson had the goals for the Cougars (3-0). O’Hara and …
By now, Levi Falck could be a couple years into a business career. Instead, he’s still playing football in his sixth year of college.
The Centennial boys placed 14th of 16 teams, while the girls placed 15th, in the state Class 3A cross country meet on Saturday at St. Olaf College.
There are some games the ball just doesn’t find its way into the net. Centennial had one of those Saturday morning with the state championship on the line, falling to the Stillwater Ponies 1-0 in the Class 3A finals at U.S. Bank Stadium.
In a wild, back-and-forth battle graced by numerous big plays by each side, it was an unforced error that led to Centennial’s undoing in a 38-35 playoff loss to St. Michael-Albertville (STMA) on Friday night.
The Centennial Cougars advanced to the state championship game with a 1-0 victory over Rosemount on a last-minute goal on Thursday morning at U.S. Bank Stadium.
With Lance Liu rushing for 290 yards, the Centennial Cougars plowed through their playoff opener with a 35-14 conquest of Eastview on Friday night, capped by a wild fourth quarter.
After one hundred scoreless minutes, Centennial’s first-round state tournament duel with Wayzata went to a shootout Tuesday night.
The Centennial Cougars (17-1) are seeded No. 2 in the state Class 3A girls soccer tournament and will open against Wayzata (12-4-2) on Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at Eden Prairie. Other pairings are No. 1 Edina (18-0)ta vs. Mounds View (15-2-2), No. 4 Stillwater (13-2-2) vs. No. 5 Lakeville North (15…