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New coach for girls’ golf

The girls’ golf team is welcoming a new member to the group – English teacher, Seth Johnson Seth Johnson has been hired as the new coach of the girl’s golf team. After the team’s previous coach, Grant Shafranski, decided not to coach this upcoming season, the athletic department sent out …

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Girls’ lacrosse has a new coach

The girls’ lacrosse team has a new coach and is ready to suit up for a season of possibilities The co-op team, made up of athletes from Minnehaha Academy, DeLaSalle High School and Gentry Academy, has an exciting new addition to the group. Speaker, writer, and former NCAA Division II …

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Running the State

Is this the best era in Minnehaha sports history? “Larry Suggs personally came into my office when he was in 5th grade and Larry said that Jalen and several of his friends who were good athletes are looking at coming to Minnehaha,” said athletic director Josh Thurow. Thurow then asked …

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The New Building

M.A. leaders prepare for return to a changed home The next time you pick up a Talon, you might be at the genius bar overlooking River Road, or in the fireside lounge, on the rooftop deck or in the college-style cafeteria. Next year the rebuilt North Campus will be filled …

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U.S. Open Preview

Course Preview The 2019 United States Open, which starts June 13, will be held at Pebble Beach for the sixth time in the history of the course, the last time being in 2010 when Graeme McDowell won. The course is right on the ocean and has some of the best …

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Hands Free Law – Staff Editorial

The State of Minnesota has recently passed a law banning any and all devices which require the use of hands while driving, including cell phones. Devices controlled using voice commands are still allowed, but this is a notable change from the old policy, which allowed hands to be used for …

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Wolfpack’s Newest Addition

With the next football season within a few months, change is happening. Former Head Coach, Collin Quinn, stepped down as the football coach in April after seven years of being the coach at Minnehaha out of being a coach for 17 years. This past year he has worked with Chris …

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From Africa to the Artic

Summer adventures will send Redhawks soaring across the globe Many people spend their sum- mer vacation relaxing, but for some Minnehaha students and teachers, summer will bring travel opportunities stretching from the arctic to Af- rica. Here are a few of their stories. Pilgrimage Four teachers — Wendy Mc- Donald …

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