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by Samara Postuma Contributing Writer   The St. Michael-Albertville School Board was presented with a check for $22,100 from the Wright County United Way. The Wright County United Way covers Monticello, St. Michael and Buffalo but also acknowledges Albertville. Money that is donated to United Way from the four communities stays within the four communities. [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   Out of the crowd of athletes the Knights sent to the state tournament, senior Erin Autio and sophomore Isaiah Weston had the best finishes. In the triple jump, Autio took second place behind Minnetonka’s Mia Barron with a best jump of 37 feet, 3.25 inches. Autio said [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   STMA had a busy day at the Municipal Athletic Complex in St. Cloud as the section baseball playoffs raged on. Facing elimination, the Knights faced off against the St. Cloud Tech Tigers. Early on, the Tigers jumped on started Brandon Rankila for six runs, including a three [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   STMA had several athletes from both teams qualify for a return trip to Hamline University for the 2014 state track and field championship. Rachel King and Chase Cayo each won the 3200 meter race to earn a spot in the state tournament. King became a three time [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   STMA got the section playoffs started the way it wanted with a 5-0 victory in the opening game against Sartell-St. Stephen. Brandon Rankila pitched a gem, striking out nine batters in a complete game shutout. Rankila gave up just one hit in the game. Rankila drove in [...]

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Faced with future budget reductions, the St. Michael-Albertville School Board will consider raising activity fees as soon as this next school year. The board also approved changes to the academic eligibility policy.   FEES Supt. Jim Behle recommended May 5 that the school board not increase fees for the coming year, but in light of [...]

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