Scott Wente has been editor at the South Washington County Bulletin since 2011. He worked as a reporter at other Forum Communications newspapers from 2003 to 2011.
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The Raptors girls golf team placed first in a nine-hole Suburban East Conference tournament last week at Prestwick Golf Course.
The Park girls track squad had a couple of individual first-place finishes en route to a fourth-place showing in the Section 2AAA True Team meet last week.
The Park softball team may have needed a breather last weekend, after going 2-4 in a week that included a record-breaking game and a pair of doubleheaders. The Wolfpack ended the six-game stretch at 6-9 overall on the season. The Wolfpack started the week by dropping a pair of games to Woodbury. Park turned around and split a May 6 doubleheader with Mounds View.
The Raptors went 4-0 last week while pounding their opponents by a combined 38-4 run margin.
South Washington County residents who want a big say in the school district’s direction have an opportunity.
Recently reported criminal activity in Newport.
A woman tried to steal gas by covering the vehicle’s license plate while pumping fuel in Cottage Grove.
The license plate and the vehicle were reported stolen.
Park’s 8-6 win over the Raiders on Wednesday in Roseville took 4 hours, 20 minutes. The team walked off the field about 8:30 p.m. with the win and likely a new record.
South Washington County Schools has picked two new assistant superintendents -- one a longtime District 833 administrator, the other a school official and education professor in River Falls, Wis.