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New Summer Movie Previews

Summer is just around the corner, and with that Hollywood has begun advertising for its summer movies. Without a doubt this summer is going to be the summer of movie sequels. Some films we plan to see due to childhood memories, and some we want to see because they just …

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Snapchat snapped?

Snapchat snapped? Snapchat may be on a streak of loss of users Is Snapchat going the way of MySpace? Last quarter, Snapchat reported its first decline in daily active users, down from 191 to 188 million. Its stock lost nearly half of its peak value, hovering near its all time …

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Dance Disputes

Dance decisions Dances to be held at North Campus for first time since explosion After the explosion last year on August 2, the school dance coordination staff was faced with a problem: where to have the dances. The first three dances of last year were held at the Mendota Heights …

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Rebuilding North Campus

Rebuilding North Campus The process of rebuilding North Campus While you were busy traveling around the country this summer, Mortenson Construction was working diligently to progress on the new building project at the North Campus. The August 2nd pillar raising was the first official date of construction above ground on …

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Home by curfew? Good luck.

Complexity of curfew laws, uneven enforcement creates confusion for teens Aidan Phelps and Asa Wold, two 15-year-old freshmen, want to see the new movie Deadpool 2 this week. They could see it at Rosedale, Southdale or the Mall of America. They decide to meet Friday for the 9:45 p.m. showing …

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Mark Norlander retires

Laughter, wit through three decades Beloved teacher, coach leaves after 30 years A canoe drifts through a stretch of lake in the boundary waters, gliding past a shoreline of dense trees that are reflected on the surface of the water. The water is full of native birds that flock together. …

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Changes to CFE for ’18-’19

Explosion alters CFE program Interim CFE director Jessa Anderson plans for CFE in 2018-2019 school year After the explosion on August 2, many things were forced to change and adapt to a new school year, including the Cultural Field Experience (CFE) program. The decision was made that the school year …

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Aerial fitness new in town

Aerial  fitness adds fun to workouts Exercising in the air balances health and wellness It all started in 2015 when Christine Longe, the owner and founder of “The Aviary” studio in Hopkins, Minn., was practicing law and started to attend circus classes. “People started to ask me how I got …

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Survey: Trump’s first year

Published Dec. 17, 2017 How has the President been doing? A survey of Minnehaha student shows that two-thirds disapprove of Trump’s performance As the first semester comes to an end, students at Minnehaha will soon get their first grades of the year, but they have also handed out some grades …

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