With the start of a new school year right around the corner, many parents may be asking themselves if their kids spent too much time online this summer. But is all social media use bad?
Created in 2004, the Mississippi 8 conference has undergone a number of changes over the years. The latest of these changes takes place beginning with the fall sports season, which kicks off action this week.
The Bluejacket football team runs plays using garbage cans as blocking dummies during the first days of practice for the 2019 season. The Jackets will be looking to defend their Section 7AAAAA championship when they hit the field starting on Thursday, Aug. 29, at Duluth East.
Elite gymnast and Isanti resident Grace McCallum just took another small step towards her ultimate goal of competing in the Olympics. But given the circumstances, that small step seemed more like a giant leap forward.
Last Wednesday school district leadership met for its annual administrative retreat to plan for the upcoming school year and launch new initiatives. It was an inspiring gathering of individuals dedicated to, and passionate about, educating kids and preparing them for life as an adult.
Recently, I saw a Twitter feed asking people to make the most “un-Minnesotan” statement. The answers were some of the typical not liking hot dish, calling pop “soda” or “coke,” among others.
As I was sitting and contemplating writing my next outdoor article with Max, my black lab, and constant outdoor walking partner, it occurred to me that the world is just getting overwhelmed with so much negative news that something needs to be written about all the great things we have to be…