September 2006

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Sep

Huskies' Urdahl honored with coach of the year award

St. Anthony Village High School's baseball program earned another state award recently as head coach Troy Urdahl was named Class AA coach of the year by the Minnesota State High School Baseball Coaches Association. Urdahl guided the Huskies to the state championship back in June.

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Sep

IHS girls soccer team hoping for late-season surge

With a half-dozen games remaining on the schedule, the Irondale High School girls soccer team would like to string together some victories before heading into section playoffs next month.

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27
Sep

Candidate forum slated in New Brighton

The New Brighton Area League of Women Voters will hold a public candidate forum from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at the New Brighton City Council Chambers, 785 Old Highway 8.

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27
Sep

Letters to the Editor Issued Sept. 27, 2006

Committed to natrual resources
To the editor:
Few legislators are more committed to preserving Minnesota’s natural resources than Bev Scalze. That’s why the Minnesota League of Conservation Voters is proud to endorse her for House District 54B.

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27
Sep

Irondale hosts annual Music of the Knight

It will be a night of music, motion and color as the Irondale High School Marching Knights host their 14th annual Music of the Knight marching band competition Saturday, Sept. 30.

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27
Sep

People Issued Sept. 27, 2007

Patricia Owen, of New Brighton, was recognized by the University of Wisconsin-Platteville for her contributions to the “M Step Project,” a fundraiser for the new engineering building at the school.

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27
Sep

Shelley Cunningham

Shelley Cunningham has been named Pastor for Youth and Family at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton.

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27
Sep

Royalty resides in North Oaks

Holly Ernst is a knockout, and she has the tiaras to prove it.

The 35-year-old North Oaks resident, who stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and has a flawless complexion, sparkling blue eyes and a magnetic smile that can light up a room, is Mrs. Minnesota 2006.

Wed
27
Sep

Royalty resides in North Oaks

Holly Ernst is a knockout, and she has the tiaras to prove it.

The 35-year-old North Oaks resident, who stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and has a flawless complexion, sparkling blue eyes and a magnetic smile that can light up a room, is Mrs. Minnesota 2006.

Wed
27
Sep

District 282 gets Q Comp approval

The St. Anthony-New Brighton School District recently received approval from the Minnesota Department of Education to implement the "Q Comp" program this academic year.

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