by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times A young candidate has emerged in Cologne’s search for their next city administrator. Cologne council members approved an offer letter to Jesse Dickson on Monday night. Speaking on Monday prior to the meeting, Mayor Scott Williams was optimistic that Dickson would appro...Read More
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Head coach: Christian Gilbert (Girls), Tom McDonald (Boys) Assistant coaches: Cindy Shook (high jump), Peter Hess (mid distance), Kevin Micklo (throws), Trent Hedtke (throws, volunteer coach), Nick Hackman (hurdle), Lauren Rothshiller (jumps) and Michael Kray (pole vault). Captains: Neil Heldt, Tayl...Read More
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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team had a season of ups and downs, but the Wildfire made their mark in the Section 2AA quarterfinals at Bloomington Jefferson on Feb. 6. “It was awesome that we won our first ever quarterfinal game to advance to the semis, but my most memorable part was how th...Read More
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The Waconia boys hockey team didn’t post an impressive record in its 2014-15 season, but there were plenty of good things happening in the program. “Taking the record out of it, there was a lot of growth,” said coach Pat Lenton. “It’s tough to see those positives when you don’t see the e...Read More
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Rich Uncle Pennybags (aka Mr. Monopoly). Collect $200 Salary As You Pass Go. Take a ride on the Reading Railroad. Free Parking. Community Chest and Chance cards. Illinois Avenue. Boardwalk. Waconia? As unlikely as it may sound, the city of Waconia will soon hold a permanent place in the iconic unive...Read More
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Watertown was selected as one of the communities in Carver County that will partner with the University of Minnesota’s Resilient Communities Project (RCP) for the 2015-2016 academic year. The program works by giving graduate and professional students in a wide range of disciplines — from archite...Read More
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