Centennial Students for Change (CSC) continues to encourage the school district and the community to do better and hold people accountable for their words and actions.
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Food trucks, a car show, an amateur singing competition, a 5K and other outdoor activities are headlining Aug. 19 through Aug. 22 in Lino Lakes. The end-of-summer events, which are normally associated with the city’s Blue Heron Days, are now open for registration.
CIRCLE PINES — A longtime Centennial Utilities Commission member who has quite a family history of service is the most recent recipient of the Mayor’s Award.
LINO LAKES — About 50 residents, mostly hailing from the Ravens Hollow neighborhood, are keeping their eye on a development proposal that may come before city commissions and the City Council in the future once its design is refined.
The Court of Appeals has affirmed an Anoka County District Court decision in favor of the appointment process used by the Anoka County Board of Commissioners to appoint a member to the Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) Board of Managers. The district court concluded that the county’s appo…
LINO LAKES — Although the City Council wasn’t quite ready to pull the trigger on beginning the estimated six-month period it will take to get the former YMCA building up and running as the Lino Lakes Recreation and Community Center, city staff has received some direction as to what managemen…
Claire McArdle will represent the community of Lino Lakes in the Minneapolis Aquatennial Ambassador Organization (AAO) candidate program from July 19 through July 24.
With the special session in the rearview mirror, Press Publications reached out to area legislators to find out how it went. Each senator and representative was asked the question, “What do you think were the top successes of the recent legislative session?”
Competitors of all shapes, sizes and outfits took to the fields of Hugo to participate in the Tough Mudder last weekend after the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
The Centennial Area Education Foundation (CAEF) and 40 registered golfers hit the links at Majestic Oaks Golf Club in Ham Lake on Saturday, July 17, for the foundation’s first golf tournament.
Christa Carlson is the new coach of Centennial’s perennially strong girls soccer team, adding the high school job to her duties as coaching director for Centennial Soccer Club.
The gold medal earned by Landen Liu at the state track meet June 19 was a “first” in Centennial sports history, Quad News has determined.
Two Lino Lakes athletes, Zach Frank and Tom Soler, played in the Minnesota State High School Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Game.
Centennial senior outfielder Abby Lohse and junior pitcher Helene Krage were named to the Coaches Association All-State softball team, and were among six Cougars named all-conference, after a banner 2021 season.
Girls lacrosse: Awards, leaders announced for 12-3 Cougar team
Landen Liu was holding fourth place, maybe third, as the runners made the turn and embarked on the straightaway in the state 200-meter dash finals Saturday.
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.