Maple Grove is a distribution site For many, the day after Thanksgiving involves spending. For others, it’s a time of giving. While the malls brim with shoppers, 1,200 Minnesota children will receive a free new coat from the Knights of Columbus. Minnesota Knights will distribute Coats for Kids on “Black Friday,” Nov. 28. Coats for […]
This holiday season, there’s plenty of fun to be found at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes. Whether you’re looking for the latest fashions, incredible home furnishings or the perfect gift, you’ll find The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes a truly unique experience. It’s a pleasure just being here. Stroll, shop, dine and relax along paths of rich landscaping and seasonal blooms. Our collection of national stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques, fine restaurants and casual eateries has everything extraordinary for you, your home and all your favorite people.
Jenny Nichols, a 2005 graduate of Rockford High School, was the picture of health before her world went spiraling out of control. Jenny was found unconscious in a snowbank on March 17, 2013, after suffering from an apparent seizure. She was rushed to Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, given anti-seizure medication, and then sent […]
Champlin’s Verizon Wireless store is donating and volunteering at local food banks through its “Stop the Hunger” initiative this holiday season in a joint effort with its customers in over 300 stores. From today until Friday, Dec. 12, participating stores across the U.S. are encouraging local families to bring in canned and boxed food, which […]
Rockford Area School Board member Kris Abrahamson has been named to the 2015 All State School Board, which is the Minnesota School Boards Association’s (MSBA) most prestigious award. The award will be given during a luncheon Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015, at MSBA’s annual Leadership Conference. The conference is at the Minneapolis Convention Center and the […]
Boys hockey opens season at Blake BY DAVID PEDERSEN Crow river news The Rockford-Delano-Buffalo girls hockey team lost the season opener 5-2 to Chaska/Chanhassen last week. “Overall, we played pretty well,” said coach Ray Dahlof. “They outshot us 32-29, but what hurt us were some crucial turnovers. I think four of their goals were scored […]
Optimism is high despite having one returning starter BY DAVID PEDERSEN SUNPRESS NEWSPAPERS After graduating seven seniors two seasons ago, Rockford said goodbye to six seniors after last year’s boys basketball season, four who were starters. Despite another year of looking for new talent, Rockford head coach Michael Tauber proclaims this team can compete in […]
Nordvall will compete for New Mexico State BY DAVE PEDERSEN CROW RIVER NEWS High schools like to celebrate and honor their high profile athletes when they sign a letter of intent to attend a University and accept a scholarship, especially if in Division 1, the top level. The only difference for Rockford’s Allison Nordvall when […]