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Offense cruises in 11-1 season-opening win
The Osakis softball team did not put up the large offensive numbers it did over the season’s first two games, but seven runs was more than enough to defeat Long Prairie-Grey Eagle on Tuesday. The Silverstreaks crossed home plate seven times in the Prairie Conference matchup, including three runs in a sixth inning rally.
Alexandria Area High School students had their opportunity to show off before heading out to a night of dancing on Saturday. AAHS kicked off its prom night with a grand...
The Runestone Community Center in Alexandria has transformed into home base for motorcycle enthusiasts this weekend. The members of Freedom First Riders are hosting their eighth annual bike show from...
An Alexandria man is in stable condition at the Douglas County Hospital following a one-vehicle crash on 50th Avenue Friday afternoon. At approximately 1:50 p.m. Friday, the Alexandria Police Department...
The Brandon-Evansville baseball team has started the season with a 1-1 record, but the .500 start would be tough to blame on the starting pitching. Charger pitchers have only allowed one run through the team’s first two games.
Bosek becomes honorary ‘grandma’ of B-E baseball
Little Knight wrestlers had a number of place winners at the Northland Youth Wrestling Association state tournament on March 26-29 at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester. Anthony Sykora led the Little Knights by winning his second state championship in the third and fourth grade 80-pound division.
You know those ideas that seem like a good plan at the time but later prove otherwise? That is the situation I have found myself in after agreeing to play...
The Brandon-Evansville softball team’s offense did not blow anybody away in the first two innings of its season opener in Brandon on Thursday. The Chargers and West Central Area entered the bottom of the third inning scoreless until Shyanna Behrens tripled and later scored on a wild pitch. As it turned out, the third-inning run was just the beginning. Brandon-Evansville batted around in the fifth inning, scoring seven runs and busting the game open.