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Sophomore Henry Shultz defends the puck from the goal. Parks next game is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan 13 at the St. Louis Park Outdoor Recreation Center.

Boys’ hockey falls to Bloomington Jefferson

Ayelet Prottas and Lauren Thon January 12, 2022

Orioles boys' hockey program dropped to a record of 3-7 after a 6-4 loss to Bloomington Jefferson. Two of the four Oriole goals were scored in the first period. The team is complemented by a large variety...

This ice castle luminary was located in the Icecropolis display on Lake of the Isles. The Luminary Loppet was hosted as a part of the 2020 City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival Feb. 1.

Luminary Loppet illuminates city

Sofia Seewald February 4, 2020

Lake of the Isles was an illuminated scene Feb. 1. Fire throwers, giant glowing penguins and polar bear figures, bustling hot chocolate stands and an ice band were all featured at the 2020 Luminary Loppet.  The...

Photo illustration by Emma Leff

Road salts should be banned

Emma Leff December 21, 2018

Every winter, approximately 365,000 tons of de-icing materials are dumped onto roads, driveways and sidewalks in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency....

Sophomore Raphaela Slager has been Ice skating since she was a pre-teen.

Sophomore starts sixth year of sport

Sofie Geretz June 1, 2018

According to sophomore Raphaela Slager, her love of skating began when she was in fifth grade. She said she discovered the sport when she tried it out with her sister. “There was a day off (of school),...

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