LAKEVILLE — Mushing is in Chloe and Carlie Beatty’s blood, just like running and pulling sleds is in their dogs’ blood.The 17-year-old Lakeville twins were hoping to mush in a local race this winter — the Wakiyan Hinhan Dog Derby on the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community reservation — but the race was canceled last week. Instead, Chloe and Carlie will have to hold out for the Dogsled Loppet in Minneapolis, which falls on Super Bowl Sunday this year.
LAKEVILLE — Mushing is in Chloe and Carlie Beatty’s blood, just like running and pulling sleds is in their dogs’ blood — and later this month the 17-year-old Lakeville twins will have a chance to mush in a local race.The Wakiyan Hinhan Dog Derby is a two-day dog sled race Jan. 20-21 that will go through the meadows of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community reservation lands.
Five Hawks Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Michelle Fischer has been looking for a way to spice up the school hallways ever since she realized it must be boring for students to look at solid colored walls and staff photos.When Fischer's friend Kelsey Munson of New Prague graduated with her art education degree, the light bulb clicked on. "I proposed it to her after seeing some drawings and murals she creates," Fischer said.
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Selecting a term
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