The Chisago Lakes High School held its annual prom Saturday at Earle Brown Heritage Center. Students took advantage of the nice weather for prom photos.
After starting the season 0-3 and giving up 27 runs in those three games, the Wildcats have won four of their next five to even their record at 4-4.
Members of the current and past Chisago Lakes School Board were on hand to break ground on the new community center. The building will sit on the current student parking lot next to the swimming pool. The community center will be utilized by both students and the public and is expected to be completed by February of 2019.
Chisago Lakes 6, Monticello 0 Alison Bergerson’s two-run triple in the third inning broke a 0-0 tie and Trinity Junker allowed just three hits and struck out eight as the Wildcat softball team shut out the Monticello Magic 6-0 Tuesday, May 1 at Chisago Lakes. Bergerson finished the game with three hits in three at bats and drove in three runs. Junker didn’t walk a batter in picking up the complete game win. Gina Virga reached base four times for the Wildcats, with two hits and two walks. Natalie Thornburg was three-for-three and Madison Thornburg had two hits, including a double.
Lawrence Albin Carlson was born on April 14, 1922 to parents Albin and Mabel Carlson. He passed away peacefully on May 1, 2018 on the family farm with his wife of 52 years by his side. He was baptized on June 11, 1922 and confirmed at Elim Lutheran Church on May 16, 1937.
Students from Chisago Lakes representing Lakeside and Taylors Falls Elementary participated in the regional Math Masters of Minnesota Challenge at St. Croix Middle School, in Hammond, WI on April 20, 2018.
Leah Phifer has made the decision not to move her candidacy for 8th Congressional District representative forward into a DFL primary election. “My goal, since first declaring my candidacy in October 2017, has always been to win the DFL endorsement, bring new voices to the table and strengthen the party,” said Phifer. “A divisive primary season would only serve to weaken the party and distract from the issues affecting the people of the 8th District.”