The Minnesota Christmas Tournament, held every December, features some of the top high school wrestling teams and individual wrestlers. Irondale made its first appearance in the tournament last year and returned again this season.
Arc Great Rivers and Arc Hennepin-Carver members voted in December to merge into one Arc chapter serving the seven-county metropolitan area. The two nonprofit organizations will officially become Arc Greater Twin Cities Jan. 1.
The Irondale Knights 8th grade boys traveling basketball team participated in the Jr. Wolves Clinic before the Timberwolves game against the Sacramento Kings on Dec. 13. Irondale Knights coaches Doug Walker, right, and John Colwell look on from the bench during the Jr.
After a four-year absence, the Irondale boys basketball team is headed back to the Anoka holiday tournament. The Knights have played in the tournament at Bethel University the past four years and played in the Anoka tournament for three years prior to that.
“My terrific teacher is Mr. Hartmann. He is terrific because: he makes paper bonnets and wears them. Mr. Hartmann makes my whole class laugh. He tells us funny stories about his baby Ben. Mr. Hartmann always gives me and my class a chance to reach our goals. The best thing about Mr.