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Girls basketball: LP-A routs U-H Spartans

December 17, 2010 in DL-Online

Lake Park-Audubon guard Andi Knudsvig’s first three shots were all three-pointers, as she tallied 20 points on the evening in the Raiders’ 48-25 rout of Ulen-Hitterdal Thursday. Continue Reading

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K-12 Notebook: Oakes High band students step up for the needy

December 11, 2010 in INFORUM

The Oakes (N.D.) High School concert band is collecting gently worn shoes through Wednesday for the Soles4Souls program. Continue Reading

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K-12 Notebook: Enderlin actors take top prize

December 4, 2010 in INFORUM

Enderlin Area High School took first place in the North Dakota State High School Activities Association’s Class B One-Act Play contest. Continue Reading

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K-12 Notebook: West Fargo teachers earn technology grants

November 20, 2010 in INFORUM

Two groups of West Fargo teachers are among the North Dakota recipients of 2011 Teachers and Technology grants presented by the Qwest Foundation and the North Dakota Educational Technology Council last week. Continue Reading

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LP-A school gets face-lift

October 22, 2010 in INFORUM

Classes go on as work continues

LAKE PARK, Minn. Though construction on the renovations to Lake Park-Audubon Elementary School has already started, disruption of classes has been minimal so far, according to Principal Sam Skaaland. Continue Reading

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Area school boards lacking candidates

August 17, 2010 in INFORUM

Some Minnesota districts are worried about filling seats

The 2008 Minnesota school board season was uncommonly action-packed, with several hotly contested races and crowded candidate slates. Continue Reading

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Lake Park-Audbon backs $21 million school bond

May 26, 2010 in INFORUM

After shooting down five school building proposals since 2005, Lake Park-Audubon residents decisively backed a $21 million bond to fund a new high school and renovations at the district elementary.

In the Tuesday election, 1,538 residents – or more than 60 percent of voters – voted “yes,” with 1,018 voting “no.” Continue reading…