Waconia Patriot

Vote yes on referendum for continued excellence To the editor: As a resident of Waconia, a parent of two girls, and teacher at WHS, I urge the residents of ISD 110 to vote YES on Nov. 4. As a resident, the referendum has thoughtfully planned out a payment schedule that will not increase taxes. The [...]

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While voters are paying close attention to the many local, state and federal races that will be decided in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4, it’s important for residents of ISD #110 to remember that there is a referendum question on the ballot that, pass or fail, will have serious implications on the district’s [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran/Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity cross country team traveled to Watertown on Oct. 14, competing in the Watertown Mayer Invitational. The boys finished in eight place, while the girls took seventh. In the girls event, Annandale took first place with 30 points. Annandale was followed by Waconia (39), Norwood Yound America (91), Mound Westonka (128), [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran football team looked like it was on its way to back-to-back wins, riding a potent offense that put up more than 300 yards, but a late surge by LeSueur-Henderson had the Crusaders losing a close game at home, 20-19 on Wednesday, Oct. 15. “This was a very close game,” said coach Dean [...]

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The Waconia volleyball team ended its season with a win at Hutchinson on Oct. 13, defeating the conference foe 3-1. The Wildcats fought their way through a closely-contested match, defeating a unique obstacle in their way. “Very well-played match from both teams,” said coach Jim Lee. “Our team dug very, very well and our front [...]

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The Waconia cross country team traveled to Watertown on Tuesday, Oct. 14, and with four Wildcat runners placing in the top five for the boys and girls, both Waconia varsity teams took second place. Junior Alex Carrabre was again the Wildcats top runner, winning the boys event with a time of 16 minutes, 47.30 seconds. [...]

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