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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers Bill Quan takes over as Osseo High School’s Activities Director July 1, but in a way he has been preparing for this job for several years. Quan applied for the job seven years ago when Ray Kirch was hired. Quan continued to teach chemistry at Osseo High and built [....Read More
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Osseo Senior High School recently announced the names of students on the 2014-15 third trimester ‘A’ honor roll. These students include: Grade 12 Amy Aakhus, Larry Basnett III, Matthew Berg, Sarah Bezdicek, Victoria Bleckeberg, Carson Brolsma, Aaron Brown, Zachery Budde, Dong Bui, Nam Bui, Court...Read More
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Osseo-Park Center has been stable in goal in for girls lacrosse since 2010 thanks to 2015 Ms. Goalie winner Maddy Kuras. “Maddy is very deserving of this award,” OPC coach Allison Jennings said. “She’s one of the hardest working goalies I know.” She started in goal as seventh-grader and ha...Read More
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On the evening of Sunday, June 28, the Osseo Baseball Booster Club will be sponsoring their first annual “Strikeout Cancer” night at the Memorial Field in Osseo. This event will be a night to provide support to a great cause while hosting a couple of baseball games for spectators to enjoy. At 5 ...Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers “It’s an amazing school to be at,” said Kirch, whose last day is in mid-June. “Great kids and great staff at OSH and Osseo is a terrific community to have been a part of.  It’s been a great way and a great place to finish my career.” His successor [...]...Read More
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Three students in the Osseo Senior High junior class received Prize Book awards for their outstanding achievements. Jeremy Mattson earned the Harvard Prize Book Award, which is given to an outstanding member of the junior class who combines excellence in scholarship with achievement in other fields....Read More
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