September 2012

Wed
26
Sep

Letter: Fotsch should participate

To the editor:

Wed
26
Sep

Letter: Support the arts

To the editor:

To many of us, the financial problems besetting the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Minnesota Orchestras are as alarming as were the threats of the Twins and Vikings to move.

Wed
26
Sep

Girls soccer: North hangs on to garner victory over rival Tartan

In an entertaining soccer match, the North High Polars hung on in the second half to win a hotly contested game Sept. 20 over the Tartan Titans.

Wed
26
Sep

Girls soccer: North hangs on to garner victory over rival Tartan

In an entertaining soccer match, the North High Polars hung on in the second half to win a hotly contested game Sept. 20 over the Tartan Titans.

Wed
26
Sep

Girls tennis: Polars rout Titans in CSC play

The Titans of Tartan came to North Sept. 20 to do battle on the tennis courts.

The somewhat decimated Tartan team - some key players have left the program this season - went up against a young, but rapidly improving North squad.

Wed
26
Sep

Tartan upended by Sibley

Henry Sibley 21 - Tartan 14

The Warriors of Henry Sibley spotted the Tartan Titans a first quarter TD but when Tartan tied the count in the fourth quarter, Sibley scored last and won the game, 21-14, over the visiting Titans.

Wed
26
Sep

MVHS swim team picks up rare win over Woodbury

For the first time in more than 10 years, the Mounds View High School girls swimming and diving team beat Woodbury. The Mustangs topped the Royals 98-88 last Thursday.

Wed
26
Sep

Lake Elmo native takes on bullying in children's book

When Caitlin Finn of Lake Elmo drew a silly sketch of a creature composed of a mishmash of animal parts during her senior year at Stillwater High School, she didn't intend the drawing to become the main character of a children's book.

Wed
26
Sep

Lake Elmo native takes on bullying in children's book

When Caitlin Finn of Lake Elmo drew a silly sketch of a creature composed of a mishmash of animal parts during her senior year at Stillwater High School, she didn't intend the drawing to become the main character of a children's book.

Wed
26
Sep

Pickleball a possibility for Oakdale

Though the game of "pickleball" isn't new, it could be a new feature for the city of Oakdale.

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