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(This story has been updated to provide additional information about St. Olaf's hazing policy, hazing statistics and an incident that took place in 1999.)
On Saturday, the dozen members of the Carleton College women’s track and field team that traveled to Southern California over spring break concluded their three days of competition at the SDSU Aztec Invitational. The Knights got to test themselves against a field comprised mostly of Division I athletes, as well as some former Olympians.
The Carleton College softball team managed just a single tally in both ends of the conference-opening doubleheader at Hamline University. The Knights lost the games by identical 9-1 scores. Cassie Clarke had the highlight for Carleton, belting her fourth home run of the season to account for the Knights’ run in the first game.
The Northfield Historical Society (NHS) held its annual meeting Saturday evening to commemorate the years past, look towards the future and take note of the organization's 40th anniversary.
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See our 40 local skaters perform in “Stars on Ice: Dancing for Joy” at the Xcel Center on March 22:
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Ruth Steinke won the 3000-meter steeplechase in convincing fashion at the Aztec Invitational. A total of 11 members of the Carleton College women’s track and field team competed Friday at the meet, which is comprised mostly by Division I and II programs.
Northfield Rotary Club secured a District Grant to help Cilongo Foundation ship donated shoes, socks, clothes and backpacks to schools in Democratic Republic of Congo. After seeing a Star Tribune story on their dilemma, the club contacted Books For Africa to be a partner. Together, we funded a shipping container that 1) got the shoes and goods to Africa, and 2) enabled Books For Africa to ship more books than they otherwise would. Northfield Rotary committed $2,000; Woodbury Rotary contributed $500; and the District matched that with a $2,500 grant.Click to view slideshow.
Starting at 10 a.m. April 4, at Memorial Park, the Dundas Park and Recreation Advisory Board will hold its seventh annual Easter egg hunt.
Meals by reservation only at the Northfield Senior Center. Call 664-3735 by noon one business day in advance. Suggested donation for those older than age 60 is $3.50. Cost for those under age 60 is $6
Dan Van Tassel is a retired college professor and author of the book “Back to Barron”.
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Many questions concerning the future of the Northfield fire hall have been circulating recently.
With a love of animals, inspiration from the “Beggin’ Stips” commercial and a want to help people, four Northfield High School students worked together to make a personal service announcement for suic
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Minnesota employers added 11,800 jobs in February, but there are still areas of improvement when it comes to retaining workers and getting teenagers to participate in the workforce.
Every year, Laura Baker hosts an Easter service designed for clients, family, and staff and supported by local area churches. It is a short service with client participation and refreshments to follow. This year’s service will be held at Emmaus Church, located at 712 North Linden Street, Northfield, at 6:30 p.m.
(Editor’s note: This is the next “park of the month” in a continuing series promoting and informing townspeople of specific parks in the Northfield system.)
Composer Alex Freeman is a busy guy.