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 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.
Former Woodbury girls basketball coach Nathan McGuire requested to meet with the District 833 School Board to respond to his contract non-renewal.