A philanthropic effort started by a group of Shoreview women about six years ago has gone national.
Shoreview residents ranked the overall quality of life in the city highly again this year, according to Peter Leatherman of the Morris-Leatherman Company (MLC).
Fewer than 1 percent of ACT test takers receive a perfect 36, but Mounds View High School has 14 students who achieved the highest score possible during the 2017-2018 school year.
Shoreview is quite young — 61 years old — compared to its sister city, Einhausen, Germany. Einhausen celebrated its 1,250th anniversary this year.
In a cozy room in Ramsey County Library – Shoreview, a group of knitters gather and create handmade masterpieces to touch people in need as the weather turns chillier.
Lindsey Becher, 6-2 junior forward, led with 27 points as Mounds View defeated Mahtomedi 66-59 on Tuesday evening. Chloe Whalen added 17 for the Mustangs (2-3). For Mahtomedi (1-2), Zoe Washington netted 14 points, Julia Salmen 13 and Anna Raney 11.
The Mounds View cross country team that qualified for Nike’s national meet finished 17th of 22 teams last Saturday in Portland, Ore.
The Mounds View wrestlers won an Osseo tournament to open the season Saturday, with all 14 wrestlers placing in the top six, including four champions.
Cross country is a unique sport in one intriguing respect, which a Mounds View team has capitalized upon mightily.
Rowan Morgan and Nate Farm of the Mounds View football game were selected to play in the coaches state all-star game slated for Dec. 15, hosted by the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The Mounds View boys cross country team placed first in the Nike Heartland Regional in Sioux Falls, SD, on Sunday, earning a trip to Nike’s national meet Dec. 1 in Portland, Ore.
Teen age mountain bike racers Ian Hase and Chihiro Gustafson were mulling recently if there was a way to show a big audience how much fun their sport is to watch.
Mounds View, matching its top finish in an excellent boys cross country history, was runner-up in the state meet Saturday, Nov. 3, and had two all-staters and another who just missed.
A solid football season for Mounds View ended when the Mustangs ran into 11-time state champion Eden Prairie in the second round of state Class 6A playoffs.
Mounds View sisters Paige and Taylor Trondson came within one set of capturing the state doubles championship Friday.