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The St. Michael-Albertville School Board unanimously accepted staff’s recommendation to keep the “no activities” policy in place for Wednesday evenings. The board also approved new student referendum dollars, and heard an equity in education update.   POLICY A community group recently approached the board to request it reconsider the policy that prohibits student activities after [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   St. Michael started the week by defeating Monticello 10-0 to clinch the top seed in the upcoming playoffs. The Saints followed it up with a 9-5 loss against Maple Lake at Irish Stadium on Friday. One bad inning spelled doom for St. Michael against the Lakers. St. [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   The St. Michael Knights ended the season by taking part in the sub-state tournament hosted by Osseo. A big fourth inning for Osseo saw the Orioles score six runs and take a 6-1 lead over the Knights. Brandon Rankila struggled, but finished the inning and managed to [...]

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The STMA United U15 boys out played a strong Woodbury team July 22 in Shakopee to make it to the State Cup Final. The STMA United U15 girls coached by Emmy Johnson joined them, as they won, 2-0 over White Bear Lake. At the Cup Final in Shakopee July 26, against Mankato the U15 girls [...]

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The communities of St. Michael and Albertville will be proud to learn how well they were represented in youth baseball this summer by a talented group of 9 year olds. At age 9 the kids have their first opportunity to try out for a travelling team. This first year travelling baseball team recently ended the [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   Albertville suffered three tough losses while trying to move up in the North Star League playoff race. Against Monticello, the Villains got off to a good start with a 5-1 lead by the second inning. The Polecats responded in the third and fourth to cut the lead [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   Eight runs down was not the way the St. Michael Saints wanted to start Sunday’s game against league rival Rogers. Saints pitching struggled early in the game as Rogers built an 8-0 lead. The turning point came when Aaron Sperl came into the game. Sperl would shut [...]

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