February 2013

Fri
22
Feb

Warroad downs South St. Paul, 4-1 in Class A girls hockey tournament semifinals

The penalty kill was a big factor in South St. Paul's upset victory over Warroad in the state semifinals a year ago.

Fri
22
Feb

Investigation deems threats to students a rumor at Harding High

An investigation of threats reported to the St. Paul Police Department by the parent of a Harding High School student has concluded that no danger exists.

Fri
22
Feb

Warroad downs South St. Paul, 4-1 in Class A girls hockey tournament semifinals

The penalty kill was a big factor in South St. Paul's upset victory over Warroad in the state semifinals a year ago. Special teams also played a part in Friday's meeting between the Class A girls hockey state powers.

Fri
22
Feb

Investigation deems threats to students a rumor at Harding High

An investigation of threats reported to the St. Paul Police Department by the parent of a Harding High School student has concluded that no danger exists.

The police department received notice of threats to Harding on Wednesday, Feb. 20 in the evening.

Fri
22
Feb

Girls' hockey: Pioneers survive opening round of State Tourney

The Hill-Murray Pioneers entered the 2013 Minnesota State High School girls' hockey tournament for the second time with high hopes. 

Thu
21
Feb
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Minnetonka too much for Knights to handle

Two-time defending state champs blank Irondale 4-0 in state quarters

Thu
21
Feb

Minnetonka too much for Knights to handle

The Irondale High School girls hockey team upset a pair of ranked teams to make it to the state tournament but was unable to add Minnetonka to its list of high-profile victims. Unlike Blaine and Mounds View, the Skippers didn't allow Irondale to dictate play or stick close on the scoreboard.

Thu
21
Feb

Police investigate threats at Harding High School

The St. Paul Police Department is currently investigating threats at Harding High School, which may have come from a former employee.

Thu
21
Feb

Letter: Response to editorial

A Feb. 6 editorial by State Representative Lohmer regarding Gov. Dayton's budget made it sound like we middle class people will go broke if the Governor's budget is adopted. 

Thu
21
Feb

District 622 reconsiders leasing North St. Paul Community Center


The North St. Paul Community Center is again part of talks between the city and School District 622. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

At the Feb. 12 District 622 school board work study session, district administrators presented a plan for a series of program changes in upcoming years.

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