It was sweet revenge for Forest Lake last Wednesday on the softball field. The Rangers, who lost by one run to Park in early April, hosted the Wolfpack last week and came away with a 4-3 win to hand Park its first Suburban East Conference loss. The Forest Lake girls found themselves trailing 3-2 in ...Read More
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The Ranger tennis boys traveled to Harding on Saturday for a points-based tournament and came away with two champions. Senior Toby Boyer improved his record to 17-0 on the season by capturing first at No. 1 singles. Boyer still stands at second in Class AA state standings behind Wayzata’s Nicholas...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys track and field team came away with a second-place finish at Rochester Mayo over the weekend. The Rangers totaled 680.5 points behind Andover (703.5 points) and ahead of Owatonna (653.5). Forest Lake excelled in sprints on the Spartan track, with the 4×100-relay team of sop...Read More
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On May 4, shortly after 6 p.m., the Washington County Sheriff’s Office recovered the body of an adult male from the St. Croix River, north of Scandia’s Log House Landing. The man was identified as Troy Michael Henry, 41, of Scandia. The cause of death is still being determined by Ramsey ...Read More
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Just a month shy of the one-year anniversary of the launch of Whistler Classic Soda, the owner of the Forest Lake bottling company is making aggressive plans for a second year of business. Blaine resident Jesse Hopkins, backed by a solid core of family members and friends, began bottling four flavor...Read More
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Testing and, more broadly, learning have been disrupted in the past two weeks for thousands of Minnesota students. The Minnesota Department of Education says equipment failure and outside computer attacks on Pearson, the company hired to run our statewide tests, caused the problems. The problems bec...Read More
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The Scandia Elementary Destination Imagination team placed second on April 11 at the state DI competition in Champlain Park. The “Backwards Turtles,” comprised of fifth and sixth graders, competed against nine teams in Minnesota in the grade six to eight level. This finish qualifies the team to ...Read More
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