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Bumper-to-bumper in the ‘burbs Census Bureau: Most in West Metro drive alone to work, few carpool BY PAUL GROESSEL SUN NEWSPAPERS Rush hour traffic in the west suburbs could tell you most people drive themselves to work on a regular basis, but recent survey results shed light on the sometimes crowded suburban roadways. In Eden Prairie, Edina, Minnetonka, Bloomington and Richfield, not too many people take public transportation to work, a few carWeekly pool and even less ride their Super Savings! bike, according to three-year survey results from the U.S. Census Bureau. In those cities, 71-81 percent of those employed drive themselves to work, and carCommuters and travelers drive through Richfield on Highway 62, near Penn Avenue early Monday evening. In several west pooling is in single digits for suburb cities, 71-81 percent of those employed drive themselves to work, and carpooling is in single digits for most cities, Weekly Super Savings! most cities, according to the according to a U.S. Census Bureau study. (Photo by Paul Groessel – Sun Newspapers) 2008-2010 American sion has had contact with 600 in Richfield, Bloomington, metro and local organizaCommunity Survey results. large- and medium-sized Edina, Eden Prairie and tions to decrease road conIt’s a trend that Commuter businesses in the area, and it Minnetonka. gestion and promote alternaServices, commissioned in also has worked with multiIt partners with the tive commuting methods. It 2002 by the Interstate 494 tenant office buildings. Once Minnesota Department of has held more than 150 onCorridor Commission, has e e k l to y change. S u p e r S a v i n gsite s ! employee consultations the commission can work Transportation, the been Wtrying with a company, employees Metropolitan Council, Metro per year, and it offers indiThe commission’s threebecome more aware of their Transit and Southwest Metro vidual route help for commember staff, run by Transit. muters traveling along or Executive Director Melissa Madison said the commisnear Interstate 494 or living Madison, works with state, COMMUTE: TO PAGE 15

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Richfield bank robbed at gunpoint Tellers ‘just handled it like a business transaction’ BY ANDREW WIG SUN NEWSPAPERS The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Richfield Police Department are investigating an armed bank robbery that occurred Friday morning. The lone, masked robber entered First National Bank of the Lakes at 9:20 a.m., approached the teller counter, displayed a handgun and demanded cash from two separate tellers before fleeing southbound on Penn Avenue in a white sedan, according to the FBI. The bank was quiet and there were no lines as the robber walked straight to the tellers and demanded the money, said a bank official, who was not in the building at the time of the incident but spoke on behalf of the bank. He asked that his name be withheld due to the ongoing investigation. ROBBERY: TO PAGE 2


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Robbery FROM PAGE 1 Neither the bank representative nor law enforcement would disclose the amount taken.

The tellers remained calm and were unshaken afterward, the banker said. They “just handled it like a business transaction,” he said, adding that the brevity of the incident tempered the drama. “They were fine. It was so brief that, ROBBERY: TO PAGE 20

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Census Bureau surveys show economic diversity in neighboring western suburbs BY PAUL GROESSEL – SUN NEWSPAPERS Results of U.S. Census Bureau surveys released in late October show an array of economic characteristics among four cities in the Twin Cities western suburbs. The American Community Survey results were released Oct. 27 and reflect three-year estimates of data that was collected between Jan. 1, 2008, and Dec. 31, 2010. The survey results take stock of economic, educational, employment and other housing details for cities, states and the country. This survey is taken every year, compared to the U.S. Census, which is taken every ten years and is considered the official population count for the United States. Here’s a breakdown of some of the employment and income statistics for Eden Prairie, Edina, Richfield and Bloomington. (All data, except city populations, was taken from the U.S. Census

Bureau’s 2008-2010 American Community Survey and was accessed through searching the online American Fact Finder,

Richfield Richfield showed some of the highest unemployment and poverty rates among the four cities. It’s unemployment rate, 7.8 percent among those in the labor force, was higher than the state’s 5 percent. Approximately 73 percent of Richfield residents 16 and older were considered in the labor force. It also has a higher poverty rate than the other three cities. Overall, 12.6 percent of Richfield residents lived in poverty, according to the results, and 7.8 percent of families were in poverty. Richfield’s population was an estimated 35,228 and had 14,957 households, which ran the income gamut. The median household income was $48,736 per year.

bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income was $86,509 per year, and the unemployment rate was 4 percent among those in the labor force. Approximately 75 percent of Eden Prairie residents 16 and older were considered in the labor force. Eden Prairie’s population was an estimated 60,092 and had 23,189 households. Although the median income was about $86,000, nearly half of the households made more than $100,000 per year. Overall, 6.4 percent of Eden Prairie residents lived in poverty, according to the results, and 5 percent of families were in poverty.

Richfield household earnings: - Less than $10,000 – 8.3 percent - $10,000 to $14,999 – 4.1 percent - $15,000 to $24,999 – 11.9 percent - $25,000 to $34,999 – 11.8 percent - $35,000 to $49,999 – 14.5 percent - $50,000 to $74,999 – 18.8 percent - $75,000 to $99,999 – 13 percent - $100,000 to $149,999 – 12.2 percent - $150,000 to $199,999 – 4.1 percent - $200,000 or more – 1.3 percent

Eden Prairie Eden Prairie’s people infrastructure remained relatively steadfast during a housing and economic downturn that plagued much of the state and country. Overall, Eden Prairie was educated, employed and well compensated; of the 38,866 residents 25 and older, 23,815 held a

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Surveys FROM PREVIOUS PAGE $81,417 per year, and the unemployment rate was 3.7 percent among those in the labor force. Approximately 65 percent of Edina residents 16 and older were considered in the labor force. Edina’s population was an estimated 47,941 and had 20,376 households. Although the median income was about $81,000, 67 percent of the households earned $50,000 per year or more. Overall, 3.6 percent of Edina residents lived in poverty, according to the results, and 1.8 percent of families were in poverty.

Bloomington Bloomington’s poverty rate among families, 4.7 percent, was much lower than it’s poverty rate among the general population, 8.3 percent. Of those in the labor force, 5 percent were unemployed. Approximately 69 percent of Bloomington residents 16 and older were considered in the labor force. Bloomington’s population was an estimated 82,893 and had 35,801 households. The median household income was $57,823 per year. Info: KAREL SMITH 612-986-3704

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Police reports From Oct. 27-Nov. 3, the Richfield Police Department answered the following calls: Oct. 28 – A bar patron who had been kicked out of Frenchman’s Bar was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after kicking a bucket into a window of the bar shortly before 2 a.m. Oct. 28 – A 1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo valued at $900 was reported stolen overnight from a parking lot at 7435 Lyndale Ave. Miscellaneous items including a gold chain and a picture of the victim’s daughter were in the vehicle, which the victim said was locked. There are no suspects or witnesses. An unknown black male entered a residence at 7424 5th Ave. S. by force and stole $7,000 in cash, three rings valued at $2,900 and a $100 iPod Touch. The suspect was seen running through the back yard, the victim told police at shortly before noon. Chaska Police told a theft victim that his granddaughter was arrested and admitted to stealing his $300 Nook ereader that was taken two months ago. A vehicle parked at Kahn’s

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Street. There are no suspects or witnesses. Someone smashed a window with pumpkins at a business at 6407 Penn Ave. S., by throwing it over a fence and onto a vehicle in a parking lot. There are no witnesses or suspects. Damage is estimated at $300. Two computers were reported stolen on Oct. 27 from an apartment at 2740 66th St. W. The victim believes someone entered his apartment as he moved out. There are no witnesses or suspects. Nov. 1 – A 1996 Honda Accord was stolen sometime after midnight from a parking lot at 7428 Lyndale Ave. S. A suspect fled police after stealing a $60 pair of boots from a Marshall’s store. The suspect was arrested. An apartment at 734 78th St. was robbed sometime between 3 p.m. and 1:40 a.m. The suspect or suspects entered the apartment and took $800 in cash, a $500 gold necklace and a $180 camera. Nov. 2 – Police responded to a report of a stabbing at about 7:45 p.m. A male victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A female was taken to jail.

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COMMUNITY NOTES Church to host Nov. 11 pie auction, chili feed A Bloomington church will host a pie auction and chili feed Friday night. The chili feed, which includes a judged contest, begins 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at Cedarcrest Church, 1630 E. 90th St. The winner of the chili competition will be announced during the pie auction. Pies, cakes and other baked goods will be auctioned off, with the proceeds benefitting international hunger relief. Info: 952-854-8390.

Arcs Value Village plans Thrifty Gifts During the Thrifty Gifts Special Event at Arc’s Value Village Thrift Stores and Donation Centers, shoppers will find new merchandise in original packaging at a fraction of original retail price. Every Arc’s Value Village has a different selection, so visit one or all four stores to find something for everyone on your gift list. The Thrifty Gifts Special Event begins 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 25, and runs through Sunday, Nov. 27. Arc stores are located at 6330 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center; 2751 Winnetka Ave. N., New Hope; 6528 Penn Ave. S., Richfield; and 1650 White Bear Ave. N., St. Paul. Stores are open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. During the Thrifty Gifts event, customers will be asked to give an extra dollar or more to The Campaign for Arc capital campaign. The goal is to open a fifth Arc’s Value Village store in the metro area in 2012. For maps to the stores and other information, visit For more information and volunteer opportunities, call 952-920-0855, or go to

Caregiver recognition event set for Nov. 17 Family Caregivers and Care Recipients are invited to the Prairie Adult Care “Caregiving Recognition Event” Nov. 17. A community resource fair and dessert bar will be open to the public 1-2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at Prairie

Adult Care, located inside Victory Lutheran Church, 16200 Berger Drive, Eden Prairie. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about valuable services while networking with other care partners. Chair massages and gifts for the caregivers will also be offered. A Caregiver Support Group meeting will be held after the resource fair, 2-3:30p.m. The meeting will be facilitated by LeeAnn Eiden, MSW, from Senior Community Services. Respite care and recreational activities will be available in the licensed day center, Prairie Adult Care, for care receivers during the meeting time. Info: or 952949-3126.

Be a Santa to a Senior program kicks off Edina-based Home Instead Senior Care is teaming up with non-profit agencies and area retailers to sponsor Be a Santa to a Senior – a program that collects, wraps and delivers gifts to seniors throughout the Twin Cities metro. Trees went up in area stores and businesses on Wednesday, Nov. 2. To participate, visit a tree, remove an ornament, purchase the gift listed and bring the gift back to the tree site. Locations include Fletcher Management, 4445 W. 77th St., Edina; Prairie Stone Pharmacy in Byerly’s, 7171 France Ave., Edina; PrairieStone Pharmacy in Lunds, 3945 W. 50th St., Edina; Prairie Stone Pharmacy in Lunds, 6228 Penn Ave. S., Richfield; PrairieStone Pharmacy in Lunds, 5159 W. 98th St., Bloomington. Community gift-wrapping parties will be held in early December. Info:

Church boutique is open this weekend A Bloomington church will host its annual Christmas boutique and craft sale this weekend. Handcrafted items – including jewelry, woodworking and paintings – will be available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, in the parish hall of St. Bonaventure Church, 901 E. 90th St. Proceeds benefit several area charities. Info: 952-854-4733.

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I may have been brainwashed But, really, books and literacy are good When I was a kid, I would frequently mispronounce words. Frequently. I bet there’s a study done by someone more educated than I on the subject clearly delineating why and how this works, but I’m chalking it up to the massive amount of reading I did as a child coupled with the obverse statistic showing the time spent socializing or speaking with other people. I learned to read and in the process picked up words that I’d never heard spoken before and thus did not know the correct pronunciation. If anyone were to need to shoulder the burden of this affectation, I would place that blame squarely on the shoulders of my mother for one particular reason: She made us read. Well, maybe “made” isn’t the right word for it. Instead, she blackmailed us with reading. Let me set the scene. It’s midafternoon, and my siblings and I are home from school but lacking any real interest in doing anything productive. Enter my mother. “Whoever’s not reading is get-

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ting chores.” Suddenly we’re all literary enthusiasts. Maybe it’s that childhood conditioning to view reading, books and overall literacy as workavoided rather than as a chore itself that drove me to become a lifelong lover of literature. After all, post-high school, I went on to an institution of higher education and earned a degree in English, and I work with weaving words on a semi-daily basis. I believe in the idea that being able to effectively communicate is a key factor in getting ahead in this world. One could make the argument that the speed of communication and transmission of information in this day and age has made it impossible to be anything but an improv artist. We’re forced by the immediacy of our culture to think on our feet and get responses out more and more quickly. And what’s the advice professional authors so often give to

aspiring writers? Read. I’d offer that it doesn’t matter where you want to go career-wise; being able to communicate effectively is a required skill for any industry. Those siblings I mentioned went on to work in advertising, marketing and the culinary arts. For those of you who hoped I would make it through this column without making it even slightly self-referential, I’m sorry, but better luck next time. When I was thinking of the best way to tie the importance of literacy to one of my favorite topics – community involvement – I was sent a message about an organization that promotes reading and community all in one swell foop. Little Free Libraries are, to be simplistic, little wooden boxes full of books. With me so far? These little boxes are built, filled with books and put up on private property where people can access them, taking a book and leaving a book. Honestly, I think it’s genius. And not because we lack opportunities to find books in our communities. The Hennepin, Dakota and Anoka county library systems are laudable in their own right for the programs, services and books they provide to the communities.

Sure one can donate money or lobby for larger pieces of the municipal budget pie for the local library. I’m not saying residents of any community shouldn’t patronize their local library ‘cause they certainly should. But there are those who are unable to do these things. Putting a small library at the end of any street brings the books to the potential readers. There are already locations in St. Louis Park, Minneapolis and St. Paul, among others. Putting one up is as simply as, well, putting one up. The really nifty thing about this sort of movement is the ownership. The whole process requires the participants to, well, participate in a much larger function than if they were simply a user of one of the county libraries. There’s an inherent trust in leaving something out for someone else to literally take. That trust is essential, I think, to the development of any community, and anything we can do, especially something as self-maintaining as a program like this, is great.


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In my last column, I told you that 2011 has been a year of many firsts for me. My wife and I planted, harvested and devoured our inaugural vegetable garden crops and for the first time – and certainly not the last – our home was

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offered up as a book club safe house for one autumn night. More than a year ago, I married my longtime girlfriend of five years. Many changes encompass this life-altering agreement, one of which is how to divide

spending holidays between our respective families. This is the catalyst for another first for me and also an excuse to indulge in the wondrous foods that circulate the dinner tables during the holiday season. In years past, I traveled to my hometown Appleton, Wis., every year for Christmas and Thanksgiving, while my wife sometimes accompanied me. But more often than not, she spent those holidays with her family in the Twin Cities.

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But alas, marriage has bound our holiday fates together and we are now as inseparable as Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. Wait. Strike that. I meant as inseparable as the Vikings and Minnesota. What? They might leave the state, you say? Nevermind. Let’s just say we’re now inseparable. We concluded to spend every other year with each side of our HANKEY: TO NEXT PAGE

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Hankey FROM PREVIOUS PAGE family for Thanksgiving. Christmas, on the other hand, is more complicated and I will spare those details for another time. In 2010, we traveled to Appleton to have Thanksgiving with my mom, sister and my sister’s future in-laws. This year, we will stay in Minnesota for Turkey Day. But returning to the point of the column. This Thanksgiving will be the first time my wife and I host her mother’s side of the family for the annual dinner. Now, we will not be accommodating her entire family. When fully assembled, her mom’s side could nearly field a game day roster for the Vikings. At most, we will be hosting a dozen people in our modest-sized home. The quarters will be cozy, but that’s how holidays should be. The food assignments will be divided among our guests to alleviate the cooking burden for my wife and I. I’m not sure what

our assignment will be, but I do know I will thoroughly enjoy the smorgasbord that will likely fill our table. With the numerous diet fads and health and wellness awareness that has permeated our society, overblown and unhealthy holiday meals should be enjoyed for what they are. It would be fatalistic to indulge daily in the kinds of foods that comprise a holiday spread, not too mention expensive. But don’t give in to the guilt you may feel for going back for seconds, thirds, what have you. It may seem uncouth to encourage overeating, but if you’re healthy enough to do it, more power to you. Whether we want to acknowledge it, many of us will have too much to eat over the holidays. All I’m saying is embrace it, own it and don’t make it a habit. We should be thankful for a couple days a year: We have the ability to overindulge in delicious foods. I know I will, even if only for a few days. But, it could lead to another first for the upcoming year – a gym membership.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Thanks for supporting Richfield football To the editor: The Richfield Football Quarterback Club would like to thank the Richfield community for their strong support of the Richfield Middle and High School football programs this year. The players and the

parents are very grateful for the wonderful fan support at the games and also for all of the fund raising support by local businesses as well as family, friends, and neighbors! The new artificial turf field is a tremendous asset to the community, so thanks to the Richfield School Board for a fantastic improvement. Mary Allen Richfield

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COMMUNITY NOTES Federated Woman’s Club to host author The Bloomington Federated Woman’s Club will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Minnesota Valley Country Club, 6300 Auto Club Road, Bloomington. The social hour is 11:15 a.m. and a luncheon will be held at 11:45 a.m.

The speaker will be Brian Freeman. Freeman is becoming known as an international bestselling author of psychological suspense novels featuring Lt. Jonathan Stride. Freeman’s books have been sold in 46 countries and 18 languages and have appeared as the main selections in the Literary Guild and the Book of the Month Club. The luncheon and program are open to the public. Reservations are required

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Bloomington Thursday Musical returns Nov. 17 Thursday Musical comes back to Bloomington for a concert 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, in the Schneider Theater. The program will feature Laura Handler playing cello, Dieter Bierbauer on the baritone and George Mauer play-

ing the piano performing songs by George Maurer based on poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke; a debut performance by Libby Laufers, flute, with pianist Aimee Gallagher playing Aaron Copland’s “Duo for Flute and Piano;” pianist Karen Harris Rognsvoog, accompanying a Charlie Chaplin silent film; and Mary Kirchner, Mezzo-Soprano, with pianist Jim Reilly. The concert will open with student performer violinist COMMUNITY: TO NEXT PAGE

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Community FROM PREVIOUS PAGE Luther Warren, first place winner in the 2011 Thursday Musical Young Artist Competition, Junior High Strings Division. Single tickets are $10 at the door. Season ticket subscriptions may be purchased for $65 ($55 seniors). The season includes 13 artist series concerts and two home series concerts. Info: 612-333-0313 or

Home hosting ‘senior’ prom; items needed The Minnesota Masonic Home in Bloomington is looking for volunteers to assist with a “senior” prom. The event, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, All the residents in the long term care and assisted living divisions are invited. To make the event special for each attendee, the home is in need of volunteer photographers, volunteers to assist with hair and make up and those willing to dress up and attend with the residents. The home is also in need of donation of formalwear for the event. Info: 952-948-6907 or

Independent school fair scheduled Nov. 17 Several independent schools are hosting a private school fair 4:30-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Edina Community Center, 5701 Normandale Road, Edina. There will be 23 schools represented at the fair. This will be the first school fair of this size and scope to be hosted by Twin Cities private schools, and it is a onestop-shop for families who are interested in exploring the area private schools without having to travel to each one. Schools that will be represented: Academy of Holy Angels, Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Bethany Academy, Blake School, Breck, Calvin Christian School, City of Lakes Waldorf, Cretin-Derham Hall, DeLaSalle, Friends School of

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PR panel scheduled Nov. 17 in Eden Prairie Sales & Marketing Executives International Minnesota will host a panel of public relations and marketing professionals at its monthly session, Thursday, Nov. 17, at Bearpath Golf and Country Club, 18100 Bearpath Trail, Eden Prairie. Breakfast is 7:30 a.m., followed by the 8-10 a.m. panel discussion. “Nothing Outsells Good Publicity: How to Get Your Product’s Share of Media Coverage” unites industry leaders, who will address how their companies incorporate publicity into promotional campaigns. Info:

Edina Chorale holiday concerts Dec. 10, 11 The Edina Chorale will present two holiday concerts in December, featuring seasonal music for choir, oboe and bassoon. Motets and carols will be presented in two settings: • Cabaret seating 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, in the Mahon Center at the Church of St. Patrick, 6820 St. Patrick’s Lane, Edina. • Traditional seating 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, in the sanctuary at the Church of St. Patrick. Advanced ticketing is required for the Saturday cabaret concert. Tickets are $20 and include wine, chocolate and coffee served in a relaxed candlelight setting during the concert. Sunday tickets will be sold in advance or at the door and cost $15 for adults and $5 for students K-12. A reception with coffee and cookies will be held following the concert. Info: 952-922-7477 (Carol Reitz) or – Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011 – Richfield Sun-Current

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U of M president addresses Rotary Club of Burnsville Provides update on first four months in position, plans for school’s future BY MICHAEL RICCI – SUN NEWSPAPERS As the 16th president of the University of Minnesota, Eric Kaler jokingly said he was channeling that other 16th president, prompting another to plead that he and his wife do not attend the theater. Following this lighthearted introduction, UMN President Eric Kaler spoke before members of the Burnsville, Apple Valley, and Eagan Rotary Clubs, as well as members of the Dakota County Chamber of Commerce 12 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, at the Nicollet Inn, 14204 Nicollet Ave., Burnsville. Kaler provided an update on his first four months in his new position as president and discussed his vision and priorities for the university in research, teaching and outreach. One point of emphasis made by Kaler centered on students in the past and the dramatic changes that have occurred to right a wrong.

‘We must strive to keep the U accessible to all qualified Minnesota students, regardless of their family income’ “Let’s be honest, 15 or 20 years ago, the undergraduate experience at the U was not all that it should have been,” Kaler said. “We know from alumni surveys that people who went to college at the U felt disengaged, and that was reflected in poor retention rates and awful graduation rates.” But, Kaler said, this has changed very dramatically. The president proceeded to reference two students who have stood out in their respective fields, but only as a teaser. “Two special students? Sure. But our entire incoming freshman class is totally special,” he said. “It is, by all measures, the best qualified group of first year students in U history.” Kaler added that the U had around

40,000 applicants this year and enrolled around 5,400. He also indicated that the ACT scores this year were the highest ever. Turning his attention to the university’s presence as the state’s only public research university, Kaler stressed the importance of such a facility. “Why should you care about having a research university in your backyard? Because all of the university’s campuses are homes for the innovation that makes Minnesota work, that contributes to the success of those 20 Fortune 500 companies in the state, but mostly to the hundreds of start-ups and thousands of small businesses.” Kaler then outlined the key principle of his administration: excellence, access,

diversity and research. Kaler desires for the university to be synonymous with other research universities, such as Berkeley, Michigan, North Carolina and the University of California-Los Angeles. “We must strive to keep the U accessible to all qualified Minnesota students, regardless of their family income,” he said. With regard to diversity, Kaler said, “We must work with our K-12 system to close the alarming decline in sciences and math teaching and learning, and the deplorable achievement gap between white students and children of color.” Concluding with the topic of research and its importance, the president said this is a “our investments in our research enterprise drive a high rate of return.” Kaler cited statistics that indicated the UMN’s annual economic impact on the sate was equal to the combined impact of all eight research universities in the Boston metropolitan area. “Last year our impact was estimated at $8.6 billion,” he said. “According to a 2003 study done by a Boston consulting firm … the economic impact of all those schools was about $7 billion annually.”

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Parenting expert with back-to-basics values to speak in Edina raised in a household where parental more than 200 newspapers. He tours authority was conveyed clearly and calmextensively, giving more than 150 talks to ly – I am convinced, and not only from my parent and professional audiences across personal experience but also from the the country each year. research, that that’s the The Edina Parent parenting situation and Communication style that works best for Network, a volunteer children. Children are group of parents from happier and more well Edina Public Schools, Our Lady of Grace What: Edina Parent Communication behaved under those circumstances. Catholic School and Network presents John Rosemond Q: Tell me about Edina Family Center, Where: Colonial Church, 6200 the message in hosts a national speaker Colonial Way, Edina “Parenting with Love and a handful of local When: 7-9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14 & Leadership: speakers each year on Price: $15 advance, $20 door Equipped, But Not parenting. Info: Entitled.� Rosemond took time A: The primary mesfrom his touring schedsage is that children need those two L ule Thursday, Nov. 3, to speak with the words from parents. They need love that’s Edina Sun-Current about his upcoming not enabling and they need leadership visit. from their parents. They don’t need their Question: In a nutshell, what is parents to be primarily concerned with your parenting philosophy? establishing wonderful relationships with Answer: It’s very traditional. Some them. Today’s parents end up – and I don’t would call it old fashioned. I believe that question their love for their children – but the parents or parent ought to be clearly they end up enabling. the center of the family. I believe in the They’re also primarily concerned with calm conveyance of parental authority. relationship. If you provide leadership to Having been raised in the 1950s when your children a wonderful relationship, a both of those conditions were the norm – very satisfactory relationship, is going to raised in parent-centered family and eventually develop. But putting relation-


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attitude was simply this: You will do what I tell you to do. All the research indicates that children in the 1950s were a lot happier. The rate of childhood and teen depression was about 10 times lower than it is today. We grew up in families in which disobedience simply wasn’t allowed and wasn’t going to be tolerated if we experimented with it. I am a psychologist, so it allows me to say this with credibility. We’ve been taking our marching orders in American parenting from people in the mental health professions – psychologists, psychiatrists and to some degree, pediatricians – and it’s time we realize that this advise these people have been giving, these very intellectual people, has not been good advice. What distinguishes me is that I am one of those people in terms of qualifications and license, but I go around the country and say ‘Look, here’s what your great grandmother would have told you.’ I don’t ever sound like a psychologist. What I’m putting people back in touch with is just common sense. It’s common sense to raise a child properly.

See the top toys and games for 2011 as the National Toy Store Day is celebrated on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hub Hobby Center in Richfield. Activities will include a balloon artist and face painter. Last year’s programs included crafts, scavenger hunts, as charitable donations were accepted. Toy stores throughout the nation will use the day to mark the kick-off to the holiday shopping season. – Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011 – Richfield Sun-Current

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you know, they did their job. … They gave him the money and away he went. He was in there less than a minute.” The robber had fled the scene by the time Richfield police arrived, the manager said. Authorities are mum on details of the robbery as the investigation is ongoing, but leads are “very minimal,” said Barry Fritz, Richfield director of public safety. “All I can say is we have some witnesses,” said Lt. Mike Koob, who is in charge of Richfield police investigations. Bank robberies are rare these days, noted Koob, who could not recall the last time one occurred in Richfield. The official said he believed this was the first time the Richfield branch of First National Bank of the Lakes was robbed. The veteran banker said he has learned how to respond to the numerous bank robberies he has encountered. “The best thing you can do is give them the money and get them out of the bank,” he said. To him, robberies are just part of the business. “I’ve been in the banking business for 30 years,” he said. “And it happens.” And as far as armed robberies go, he said, this one “was really a non-event.” The suspect is a white man possibly in his 30s, 5-feet-11-inches tall with a medium build, and wore a black mask, dark gloves, a black hooded sweatshirt and black jeans during the robbery, according to the FBI. Anyone with information regarding the robbery is asked to contact the FBI at 612-376-3200 or Richfield Police at 612861-9800.

COMMUNITY NOTES Civil War presentation Thursday, Nov. 10 Civil War expert Jeffrey Williams will detail the life of a Civil War soldier Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Richfield History Center and Museum, during his presentation, “Civil War Close-up.” Williams, who serves on the state’s Sesquicentennial Civil War Task Force, will present artifacts and books in recounting Civil War life. Highlighted will be a grave marker of a Union Soldier from Richfield, John Dolson, who was incorrectly identified buried in a confederate cemetery.

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11 WALK WHEN THE MOON IS FULL: MIGRATION MOON When: 6:30-8 p.m. Where: Richardson Nature Center, 8737 E. Bush Lake Road, Bloomington Info: HISPANIC PRAYER GROUP When: 7 p.m. Where: Church of the Assumption, 305 E. 77th St., Richfield Info: 612-866-5019


12 FREE FAMILY FLICK: “THE MUPPET MOVIE” When: 10 a.m. Where: Theaters at Mall of America, Mall of America, Bloomington Info: USED BOOK SALE When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Augsburg Park Library, 7100 Nicollet Ave. S., Richfield Info: 612-543-6200


13 MAKE A RECYCLED WOOD BIRD FEEDER When: 1-2:30 p.m. and 34:30 p.m. Where: Wood Lake Nature Center, 6710 Lake Shore Drive, Richfield Info: GOOD NEWS BIG BAND When: 7 p.m. Where: Edinborough Park, 7700 York Ave. S., Edina Info:




RICHFIELD BOARD OF EDUCATION When: 7 p.m. Where: 7001 Harriet Ave. S., Richfield Info:

FAMILY STORY TIME When: 10:30 a.m. Where: Augsburg Park Library, 7100 Nicollet Ave. S., Richfield Info: 612-543-6200

RICHFIELD CITY COUNCIL When: 7 p.m. Where: Richfield Municipal Center, 6700 Portland Ave. S. Info: 612-861-9700

HOLY ANGELS GIRLS HOCKEY VS. SIMLEY When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Richfield Ice Arena, 636 E. 66th St. Info: 612-861-9350



16 RICHFIELD OPTIMIST CLUB When: 7:30 a.m. Where: Richfield VFW, 6715 Lake Shore Drive S., Richfield Info:

17 TAGTALK TOASTMASTERS CLUB When: Noon to 1 p.m. Where: Best Buy Corporate Headquarters, 7601 Penn Ave. S., Richfield Info: 612-292-0116 (Teresa) RICHFIELD GIRLS HOCKEY VS. ROGERS When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Richfield Ice Arena, 636 E. 66th St. Info: 612-861-9350

LEGAL NOTICES Public Notice (Official Publication) STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF HENNEPIN FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DIVISION Court File No. 27-TR-CV-06-99 ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ORDER DIRECTING PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY FEES In Re: The matter of the LYNNE MARY RUBEL IRREVOCABLE SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST, Created under agreement dated August 9, 2006. IT IS ORDERED AND NOTICE IS GIVEN the Petition signed by Lori L. Guzmán, attorney and managing partner of Guzmán Law Firm, PA has been filed with the Court. The Petition requests an Order for the following relief: Granting reasonable attorney fees and expenses be paid to Guzmán Law Firm, PA for legal services rendered to Estate Resources, Inc. as trustee of the Lynne Mary Rubel Special Needs Trust.

Any objections to the Petition must be filed with the Court at the hearing. If no objections are filed the Petition may be granted. IT IS ORDERED, that the Petition will be heard on December 14, 2011 at 2:00 a.m./p.m. by this Court, located at Hennepin County Government Center, 400 Court Tower, 300 South Sixth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55487. 1. Notice shall be given to all persons named in the Petition as having or as claiming an interest in the Trust.

Date: October 25, 2011 Jay M. Quam Judge of District Court Attorneys for Petitioner: Lori L. Guzmán, Att’y Reg. No. 285808 Timothy P. Carey, Att’y No. 390868 GUZMÁN LAW FIRM, PA 14847 Energy Way Apple Valley, MN 55124 Phone: 952-432-0648/ Fax: 952-431-2491 (Nov. 10, 2011) D2-RubelTrust

2. Notice shall be given by: a. Mailing a copy of this Notice and Order for Hearing to all persons named in the Petition as having or who may claim to have an interest in the Trust, at their last known addresses by U.S. Postal Service at least 15 days prior to the hearing date, and b. Publishing this Notice and Order for Hearing one time at least 20 days prior to the hearing date in a legal newspaper of Hennepin County, Minnesota. BY THE COURT

City of Richfield (Official Publication) CITY OF RICHFIELD RICHFIELD’S SNOW REMOVAL NOTICE Richfield’s snowplow crews try to clear the streets as quickly as possible after a snowfall so that driving is safer and easier for everyone. The City also needs your cooperation to be able to plow streets quickly and efficiently.

The City Snow Removal Ordinance (City Code 1305.13 Amended Bill No 199620): PROHIBITS PARKING OF VEHICLES ON CITY STREETS AFTER SNOWFALL OF TWO INCHES (2") OR MORE. PARKING IS PROHIBITED UNTIL THE STREETS HAVE BEEN PLOWED FROM CURB TO CURB. Vehicles in violation of the ordinance are subject to being ticketed and towed immediately. Please speak with neighbors, landlords or friends to make arrangements for off-street parking during and following snowfalls of two inches (2”) or more. This ordinance is in effect November 1st through April 15th of each year. Call 612-861-9178 for recorded information or call Public Works at 612-861-9170 or Public Safety at 612-861-9800 if you have questions or comments regarding this policy.

street, alley or on the sidewalk. The cars interfere with plowing, sweeping and other maintenance and they are a hazard to pedestrians and traffic. Please keep your trash carts behind the curb and off the sidewalk. Your cooperation is appreciated. Call Public Works at 612-861-9170 if you have any questions or comments. (Nov. 10, 2011) D2-SnowRemoval

City of Richfield (Official Publication) CITY OF RICHFIELD Public Hearing Notice REGARDING: The City Council will conduct a public hearing related to the platting of property located at 7701 & 7717 Nicollet Avenue.


WHEN: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 7:00 p.m.

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Chambers 6700 Portland Avenue SUBJECT ADDRESS: 7701 & 7717 Nicollet Avenue LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Please contact the Community Development Department for the legal description. QUESTIONS: Contact Melissa Poehlman, City Planner at 612/861-9760. HOW TO COMMENT: Attend the hearing and you will be heard or submit written comments. NANCY GIBBS City Clerk AUXILIARY AIDS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. REQUESTS MUST BE MADE AT LEAST 96 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO THE CITY CLERK AT 612861-9738. (Nov. 10, 2011) D2-7701/7717NicolletAve




Section swimming The girls swimmers and divers from Richfield and Holy Angels won’t have to travel far to see their postseason fates determined. Richfield Middle School is the site of the Section 4A swimming and diving meet Nov. 10 and 12, and the girls from Richfield and Holy Angels will be on hand. Other schools competing in the meet are Chisago Lakes, HillMurray, Mahtomedi, Minneapolis Edison, Minneapolis Washburn, St. Paul Como Park, St. Paul Humboldt, St. Paul Johnson and Visitation. The section preliminaries for diving will be 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, Nov. 10. Swimming prelims begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, and finals for swimming and diving are scheduled to start at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. The Class A state meet will take place at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center Nov. 17-19.

Winter season on the horizon The calendar flipped its page to November last week, bringing with it the beginning of the high school winter sports season. Girls hockey teams started tryouts Oct. 31. Boys hockey, girls basketball, Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and gymnastics start Monday, Nov. 14. Those participating in adapted floor hockey, wrestling and boys basketball are scheduled to begin practicing Monday, Nov. 21. – Compiled by Nick Clark

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Third state cross country meet is the charm for Richfield’s Olson



Cole Gunner The Richfield native and Air Force Academy freshman has already been named the Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week twice this season. His latest honor came after a four-point weekend helped the Falcons beat and tie AlabamaHunstville.

Hannah Olson The Richfield senior capped her stellar prep cross country career by placing 35th in the Class AA girls state meet in Northfield Nov. 5. Olson finished her 4-kilomter race in 15 minutes, 8.6 seconds.

Senior finishes Class AA meet in 35th place

Alex Viera The Richfield senior and boys soccer captain was a one-man scoring show for the Spartans this year. Viera led the team with 13 goals, 10 more than anybody else on Richfield’s roster.

BY DAVE PEDERSEN – SUN NEWSPAPERS Senior Hannah Olson of Richfield had her best time at her third and final state Class AA cross country meet – in more ways than one. Because she ran faster than ever in three state meets, Olson said she had her best time and most fun at the Nov. 5 state meet at St. Olaf College in Northfield. She finished 35th in a time of 15 minutes, 8.6 seconds. As a sophomore Olson placed 41st in 15:45. Last year she had a faster time (15:25), but a lower place (46th). Her goal this year was to be in the top 25 to earn All-State honors, plus run under 15 minutes. This was her second-fastest time ever. She broke 15 minutes for the first time at the Section 3AA meet where she placed fifth and was clocked in 14:51, setting a new personal-best time by 21 seconds. “I stayed with a pack of 13 runners until the last half-mile when I used by kick to pass as many as possible,” Olson said about the section meet. “I tend to rely on a pretty good kick.” At state, Olson worked hard on what coach Martin Huberty calls a







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ADAPTED SOCCER The state adapted soccer tournament for the PI and CI divisions will be Nov. 18-19 at Stillwater High School.

Jesse Phenow The Richfield native and Bethel University sophomore running back was leading the Royals in rushing with 697 yards on the ground through eight games. Phenow also had eight touchdowns. Richfield senior Hannah Olson nears the finish of the Class AA girls state cross country meet Nov. 5 at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Olson placed 35th in the meet. (Photo by Brian Nelson – Contributing Photographer) tough course. “Running a time around 15 minutes is awesome,” said Huberty. “A fast field set the tone for the race. She really couldn’t do much as she was sandwiched in the middle of the pack and had to shorten her stride.” As she approached the slight hill toward the end of the race, Olson finished strong, passing 10 girls in the final 200-yard stretch. RUNNING: TO PAGE 24

Austin Wetmore The Holy Angels graduate had an assist as the St. Olaf College men’s hockey team opened its season with a win and a tie in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Showcase against St. Thomas and St. Mary’s at Fogerty Ice Arena in Blaine Oct. 28 and 30.

Ray Betton In his second year as the head football coach at Holy Angels, Betton led the Stars to a top-10 ranking in Class 4A. Holy Angels finished 8-2 after winning just three times in 2010.

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Umpire Gallagher gains his place in Class A Hall of Fame After 56 years, he calls them like he sees them BY JOHN SHERMAN – SUN NEWSPAPERS When Larry Gallagher first put on umpire’s gear at a Columbia Heights playground in 1955, he felt right at home. He was 15 years old at the time, and he had no idea that he’d still be working behind the plate 56 years later. Recently, Gallagher became the first umpire inducted into the Minnesota Baseball Association’s Class A Hall of Fame. “I’ve been behind the plate for a perfect game, but I don’t think I’ve ever called a perfect game,” said Gallagher. “Like anyone else, I’ve made mistakes, but I won’t take a play off or a pitch off.” Gallagher, who lives in Crystal, estimates he has umpired close to 5,000 games, an average of about 100 a year, during his career. Seven of those games were in the American League in 1979, when the major league umpires went on strike. Gallagher worked behind the plate in two of those seven games, one of them featuring the Twins and the Tigers. “Calling balls and strikes was no different in the majors,” he said. “The pitchers were faster with better control. The main difference with the hitters was how long the major-leaguers could wait on a pitch. The hitters were so good.” Gallagher maintains his passion for the game. “I have umpired high school baseball for 51 years now,” said Gallagher. “I worked my first college game in 1963. And I have been a member of Northwest Umpires Association since 1964.” In addition to umpiring in seven decades, Gallagher made a name for himself as a town team player and manager. He was the starting catcher at Augsburg College in Minneapolis and the Auggies won the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title in his senior year, 1961. During football season, he was a starting tackle. “When I played college baseball, I was in the lineup mainly for defense,” he said. “You might say I was an offensive liability, but I did lead the team in onbase percentage two years in a row.” When Gallagher graduated from Augsburg, he became a teacher and coach. During his years as a teacher at Tartan High School in Oakdale, he coached volleyball 22 years, wrestling 10 years, basketball 18 years, baseball 12

Veteran umpire Larry Gallagher makes an emphatic out call at the plate during the 2006 state Class A amateur baseball tournament at Parade Stadium. (Photo by John Sherman • Sun Newspapers) years and football 12 years. Most of his coaching assignments were at the ninthgrade and sophomore levels, although he coached one year of varsity wrestling and part of a varsity season in girls basketball when coach Bill Mason was sidelined by cancer surgery. Meanwhile, Gallagher continued playing baseball in the summer for Dick’s Place, Columbia Heights’ amateur team. He managed and played when Heights won state amateur titles in 1967 and ’68 and also played on state-championship teams there in 1970 and ’72. Mainly, he caught and pitched batting practice, but he occasionally won a game on the mound. “The hall of fame award was more of an umpiring award than a playing award, although I did play amateur baseball for 20 years,” Gallagher said. Gallagher is highly respected by high school, youth and amateur baseball coaches and officials. “Larry loves being out there, even if it’s raining and cold,” said Hopkins High School coach Neil Lerner. “If you ever want to know a rule, Larry knows the rulebook forwards and backwards. He is big on playing the game the right way. As someone who loves baseball, that means a lot to me and I respect him for that.” South Hennepin American Legion Baseball director Gene Berg said, “Larry’s dedication is unreal. He has been umpiring for so many years now, and he is a master at what he does. He knows the game. As a former catcher, he

has been looking at balls and strikes his whole life, so you know he’ll give you a good strike zone.” Minnetonka amateur team manager Kevin Hoy said, “When you talk about Larry, two things come to mind, class and character. Every call matters to Larry.” Hoy recalled an incident at the 2007 state Class A amateur tournament in Shakopee. Minnetonka’s Tony Richards was the tying run at second base when the second baseman for the Stillwater Loggers asked Richards to step off the base so he could dust it off. Then the second baseman tagged Richards out. Gallagher was the base umpire, and he knew immediately what was happening. Hoy remembers Gallagher saying, “We’re not going to play that kind of baseball here. I had time!” Gallagher’s early training in umpiring was provided by his mentor in Columbia Heights, Joe Vancisin, who went on to become head basketball coach at Yale University. Gallagher didn’t attend any umpiring schools early in his career. Instead, he learned by doing and talking with experienced umpires. At age 62, he enrolled at the Jim Evans Umpiring School in Florida. “A lot of the guys there had aspirations to be pro umpires,” said Gallagher. “They knew I wasn’t there for that. I was there for an education.” The trip to Florida gave Gallagher new life. He was sharper than ever

before on the basics – judgment, positioning and rules. “At the umpiring school, there was a lot of mental training,” said Gallagher. “They put us through different scenarios. The purpose was to find out who could handle being a professional ump. I came back from Florida more confident.” Gallagher offered five points of advice for young umpires: • Get as many repetitions as you can. • Find a mentor who will tell you what you need to do to improve and how to do it. • Be a good listener. • Realize that umpiring is only one phase of the game. • Don’t let your ego get in the way. “A number of umps I have known never changed anything from the day they started,” said Gallagher. “I get excited when I see a young umpire moving in the right direction, eliminating mistakes he made in games 1 and 2 by the time he works games 10 and 12. I am still looking for ways to improve. Change is very important. Physically, I can’t cover as much ground as I used to, so it’s more important now to get the angles.” Gallagher said his fondest memories in umpiring were the games he worked with Phil Abalan, a Hopkins High teacher. “Phil and I worked 200-250 games together from the late 1970s through 1993,” said Gallagher. “And then Phil died in 1994. What I liked about working with Phil was that neither of us would accept mediocrity from the other. He was feisty, I was a little more laid back, we were both teachers and we had daughters the same age. What you saw of Phil on the field, you also saw in real life.” What is Gallagher’s future in umpiring? First and foremost, he wants to stay involved in baseball. He plans to keep active on the field for as long as he’s in good health. And at the same time, he wants to share his passion and knowledge with as many young umpires as he can. This is the third year in a row Gallagher has been inducted into a hall of fame. In 2009 it was the Columbia Heights High School Hall of Fame. Last year it was the Northwest Umpires Hall of Fame. The Class A Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame might be his biggest honor so far, but there’s always 2012, and this veteran umpire seems to have a good streak going.


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The Section 4A swimming and diving meet is scheduled for Nov 10 and 12 at Richfield Middle School, 7461 Oliver Ave. S. Preliminaries in diving run from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Nov. 10, with swimming prelims at 6:30 p.m. The finals for diving and swimming start at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. Senior Sarah Pospisil is seeking a return trip to state. She has been on varsity since the seventh grade along with the Spartans’ other two seniors, Sarah Sathre and Margaret Schroeder. Expecting to challenge for a spot at state is junior diver Courtney Miller, who has been unbeatable and placed first at the Section 4A True Team meet. Other leaders include sophomore Kinya Gilbert in sprint freestyle events, ninth-grader Claire Magno and sophomore Tenzin Kelsang in the backstroke, ninth-grader Leah Boldt in the breaststroke and twin ninth-grade sisters Aya and Heba Eid in freestyle events. The swimmers will also help on relays, along with ninth-grader Cori Benson. The state meet runs Nov. 17-19 at the

Running FROM PAGE 22 “It is sad because it was my last high school cross country race, but I am very happy with the way it ended,” said Olson, who has been on the Spartan varsity for six years. She earned All-Classic Suburban Conference honors five times. There was no doubt Olson would run cross country in high school. The sport runs in her family. Her grandparents have entered numerous marathons. Olson recalls “running my first half mile race when I was 2 years old. I would run with my aunts, grandma and mom, all who graduated from Richfield High. My father and younger brother are hockey players.” What Olson learned from her avid running family members was to build endurance in the summer by putting in the miles. And then when the sea-

University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Diving prelims are at noon Thursday, Nov. 17. The swim prelims are at noon Friday, Nov. 18. Finals for swimming and diving are at noon Saturday, Nov. 18.

Boys soccer awards Richfield boys soccer announced post-season awards with the big winner being senior Alex Viera, who was named All-State honorable mention. Viera was also named All-Classic Suburban Conference, and his team’s Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive Player. He was invited to play in the boys soccer Senior Classic Nov. 9 at the Metrodome. Senior Moses Mugwanja was named all-conference and the team’s Best Defensive Player. Earning AllConference honorable mention were senior Carlos Quechuleno and sophomore Obsa Ali. Defender Nelson Soto Moreno was named Most Improved, plus earned an academic award along with Jordan Zoellmer. The Spirit Award was given to goalie Eduardo Chavero Hernandez. Captains for the 2012 season are Ali, Nate Luttenegger and Max Nelson.

son starts, she tries for a faster pace. As a team captain for the Spartans, Olson put in more than 400 miles last summer, training six days a week. She also used Nordic skiing as a way to get ready for cross country and track. Olson narrowly missed going to state in the 3,200-meter run last track season. In track, she was all-conference six times and honorable mention twice. Olson owns the Richfield school record in the 3,200 meters. She also is part of a school-record 4x800 relay that barely missed going to state last spring. “Her work ethic is unbelievable,” Huberty, the Spartans’ first-year head coach, said about Olson. “At captains’ practice last summer she had a notebook where every day she recorded how many runners were there and what they did.” Olson plans to attend the University Minnesota-Duluth, which has one of the top women’s cross country programs in Division II. – Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011 – Richfield Sun-Current

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Garage Sales this week




Estate Sale: 11/10-12 (9-5) Antiq. furn, glasswr., vintg. toys, Fontanini, crafts/decor HH. 14608 Summit Oaks Dr



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OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE Deeply Discounted Bloomington Sublease Available Immediately (Remaining portion of October Free)


Two Appletree Square 8011 34th Ave S Ste 160 Bloomington

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3034 Lyndale Ave S. Off Lake St, 33 car parking. 3,000-6,000 sq ft Available now!

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Approximately 6400 sq ft of warehouse space, with one dock, and one drive in door. South Bloomington $2900 per mo. gross rent. (Includes taxes, insurance, utilities, all operating expenses.) Call 651-414-6055 for details/showing.



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RICHFIELD 612-869-1451 Charming one BR apt., quiet bldg., laundry, off-street parking, window A/C. Only $615-625/month 7137 Chicago Ave..



Real Estate


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Mobile Homes Lots

For Rent Quiet community, close to shopping ctr, on bus line. Krestwood Mobile Village 10225 Lyndale Ave S. Bloomington. Call Carol 952-807-5331 or 952-807-5331

Delivery Drivers Independent Contractors need reliable large/Full size Fan or covered p/u truck for same day deliveries. Call 1-800-818-7958




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PCA PCA needed in Bloomington every Saturday and Sunday 10m-5pm. PCA must be non smoker, at least 25 years of age, and must have a clean driving record. Call Molly with All Home Health at 952-814-7400

Put faith 1st family 2nd & an opportunity to earn a great income! 952-474-4682 Experienced tow drivers FT/PT. 612-919-4071 alt. # 952-949-2900

Granite Fabricator FT/PT. Experienced. Benefits. 952-831-7625 Job Fair Wednesday from 9am-12pm for Food Production Work. Call 952-924-9000 for more information

Personal care assistant For young man with physical disability. Must lift 85 lbs. Family home in Hopkins. M-F, 9-5pm 952-936-0946


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PART TIME WITH BENEFITS Minneapolis Radiation Oncology has an opening for a PT Patient Acct. Rep 3 days/wk (flexible schedule req'd) from our office in Edina. Travel to other metro-area clinics req'd. Act as liaison between pts, providers and health plans in problem resolution and information dissemination regarding insurance coverage, payment options, etc. Monitor pt acct status, establish payment plans, assist with collections as needed. Min. 3 yrs medical collections / financial exp. req'd. Human relations and problem solving skills req'd. Knowledge of third party pay systems & gov't assistance programs pref. Benefits include health and dental, tuition and uniform allowance, employer flex and 401(k) savings and profit sharing plans. 3 wks/yr vac to start. Send resumes (w/ref's) to the attn: of HR. Fax: 952-915-6091. Email: rcarpenter@ Website: EOE.

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Help Wanted/ Full Time

Prewire Specialists, Inc. is currently taking applications & interviewing for full time cable installation positions. This position will include wknd days. Exp is helpful but not necessary. We offer company vehicles, fuel allowance, medical insurance, paid vacation, short term disability & more. Wages (after training) average $800-$1500/wk. Interviews available 9am-3pm, Tue & Fri at 2948 Rice Street, Little Canada, MN 55113 or call our hiring line: 612-919-9837 or email: rdibb@


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Green Horizons seeks snow plowers & shovelers. $12-$20/hr. 952-939-0155


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Wanted/ 9200 Help SEPTRAN IS NOT Part Time ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Social Services Thomas Allen Inc. FOR SPECIAL NEEDS Nurse Consultant: Bloomington, DRIVERS AT THIS TIME Burnsville & South St.

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Snow Plow Operators Prescription Landscape is seeking operators for plow trucks and/or Bobcat loaders. Duties include competent operation of snowplow equipment, snowblowers, and other equipment associated with snow and ice management, up to and including manual labor, snow shoveling, lifting up to 45 lbs, and other duties as assigned. Must have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. We have 2 locations to work from - St Paul or Crystal. This is a seasonal position with opportunity for year-round employment. We are a drug and alcohol free work environment. To submit an application/resume visit our website at, fax 651-488-9195, or email sueleatherman For more information call Sue at 651-379-4713.




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