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Woodbury wrestling: Team punches first-ever card to state

February 17, 2013 in Woodbury Bulletin

Josh McClain has faced the situation with the dual on the line plenty of times this season to not allow the pressure of a trip to the state meet to affect him as he tried to help Woodbury beat Stillwater in the Section 4AAA championship. Continue Reading

A ‘true Royal’ dies

February 7, 2013 in Woodbury Bulletin

People who knew Woodbury native Beth McAuley say she touched their lives in more ways than one. Continue Reading

Moon, 51, remembered as devoted coach, family man

February 6, 2013 in Woodbury Bulletin

Glen Moon was never far from the action. Continue Reading

WHS holds memorial service for Sommer

January 4, 2013 in Woodbury Bulletin

Tears, laughs and a lighthearted dance tribute marked a ceremony held Thursday, Jan. 3, in honor of Andy Sommer, a Woodbury High School Spanish teacher who died in December. Continue Reading

WHS’ Sommer remembered as devoted teacher, friend

December 19, 2012 in Woodbury Bulletin

Hank Freeman remembers Andy Sommer’s first year at Woodbury High School. Continue Reading

Woodbury varsity football team enlists girl to solve kicking woes

September 28, 2012 in Woodbury Bulletin

When Lisa Huska steps onto the turf at Woodbury High School’s football stadium tonight, it won’t be the first time. Continue Reading

Swansson named co-coach of the year

March 29, 2012 in Woodbury Bulletin

A great year for Scott Swansson just got better. Continue Reading

Swansson named co-coach of the year

March 29, 2012 in Woodbury Bulletin

A great year for Scott Swansson just got better. Continue Reading

Showing a ‘Lil’ school spirit

October 21, 2011 in Woodbury Bulletin

Woodbury High School’s gym was alive Oct. 13 with three dozen little cheerleaders in training during the school’s annual Lil Royals Cheer Clinic. Continue Reading

Science silver

September 14, 2011 in Woodbury Bulletin

Woodbury High School just narrowly missed the gold in the annual Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) II science test.
But silver isn’t a bad place to be either, WHS principal Linda Plante said. Continue Reading