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By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff writer | September 1, 1991
Laurel Woods Elementary School's new principal comes to Howard County from one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Minneapolis, which meansPatricia M. "Tricia" Tidgewell has had a small-scale preview of the rapid growth here.This school year, Eden Prairie, Minn. will haveabout 7,000 students in eight schools; Howard County will have approximately 31,000 in 52 schools."It's a very humbling experience" coming to a new school system from out of state, Tidgewell says. "At Eden Prairie, I was one of the people who had been there (for years)
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The Sports Exchange | November 29, 2013
As if a 2-8-1 record that includes four blown leads in the final minute weren't enough, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier spent the day before Thanksgiving being confronted by reporters about a third player arrest in the past three weeks. Middle linebacker Erin Henderson, who missed three practices and last Sunday's game at Green Bay because of what Frazier called "personal reasons," was arrested Nov. 19 on probable cause for DWI and possession of a controlled substance in Eden Prairie, Minn.
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By ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS | September 22, 2004
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - After further review, Mike Tice agreed yesterday that he should have used an instant-replay challenge on Terrell Owens' 45-yard touchdown reception with 7:40 left in Monday night's 27-16 loss at Philadelphia. But the Minnesota Vikings' coach defended his decision not to. "Obviously, if I knew what I know now, I would have thrown the flag," Tice said. Owens' catch gave the Eagles a 24-9 lead, even though replays showed Owens juggling the ball as he went out of bounds.
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May 10, 2009
On May 1, 2009 OFFUTT LEE RUSH of Maple Grove, MN, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died peacefully after a long battle with complications from Diabetes. "Lee" epitomized the greatest generation in the way he lived his life and served his country in WWII as a crew member on a B-25. He worked hard in the carpet and tile business to provide a good life for his family. He was preceded in death by his first wife Maurine, his parents, his sister Isabelle and his brother Jim. He is survived by his wife of 18 years Marguerite (Fortier)
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May 10, 2009
On May 1, 2009 OFFUTT LEE RUSH of Maple Grove, MN, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died peacefully after a long battle with complications from Diabetes. "Lee" epitomized the greatest generation in the way he lived his life and served his country in WWII as a crew member on a B-25. He worked hard in the carpet and tile business to provide a good life for his family. He was preceded in death by his first wife Maurine, his parents, his sister Isabelle and his brother Jim. He is survived by his wife of 18 years Marguerite (Fortier)
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By Rhonda Hillbery and Rhonda Hillbery,Los Angeles Times | December 2, 1992
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Late last winter, some boys began teasing and taunting young Cheltzie Hentz on the school bus. In a case that has drawn international attention, Cheltzie's mother responded by filing complaints of sexual harassment.Now both state and federal agencies are conducting investigations and the telephone of Sue Mutziger, Cheltzie's mother, is ringing off the hook. Federal officials believe the second-grader is the youngest person ever to prompt a sexual harassment inquiry by the U.S. Department of Education.
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January 22, 2006
Fitness center plans grand opening Life Time Fitness Inc., a national operator of health and fitness centers, has announced that its new Columbia center at 7220 DeForest Drive will hold a grand opening at 6:45 p.m. Feb. 9. The event will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony by company and local representatives and tours of the facility, which will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Demonstrations and activities for children are planned. The new location - the company's third in the region and its 48th nationally - is more than 110,000 square feet and has more than 400 pieces of cardio, resistance and free-weight training equipment, as well as rock-climbing walls, youth programs and activities, a team of certified personal trainers, men's and women's saunas, racquetball courts, yoga and Pilates studios, indoor and outdoor pools with two-story waterslides, and an outdoor bistro.
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The Sports Exchange | November 29, 2013
As if a 2-8-1 record that includes four blown leads in the final minute weren't enough, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier spent the day before Thanksgiving being confronted by reporters about a third player arrest in the past three weeks. Middle linebacker Erin Henderson, who missed three practices and last Sunday's game at Green Bay because of what Frazier called "personal reasons," was arrested Nov. 19 on probable cause for DWI and possession of a controlled substance in Eden Prairie, Minn.
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February 4, 2010
Morgan State signed 22 players to national letters of intent Wednesday, including Jordan Brooks, a transfer from Rutgers: Player Pos. Hometown Nicholas Harris OT Eden Prairie, Minn. Jerome June DE Waldorf Jordan Brooks RB Germantown Charles Sanderson OG Birmingham, Ala. Robert Hayes OT Memphis, Tenn. Tyrone Hendrix WR Tampa Bay, Fla. Robert Preston WR Brandywine Andre Nelson ATH Mortow, Pa. Tavarus Dantzler LB Homestead, Fla. Mike Dozier DT Homestead, Fla. Mike Bogdanovich LB Santa Rosa JC Jerel Coles WR Upper Marlboro Dominick Bryan LB Marimar, Fla. Stephen Blissett LB Pembroke Pines, Fla. Yusef Dosu WR Oroville, Calif.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2010
Money Magazine has chosen the combined Columbia/Ellicott City area as the second-best small city to live in America for 2010. The magazine's annual ranking had the same area as No. 8 two years ago. Calling the region an "economic powerhouse," the magazine stressed the thousands of federal and related jobs coming to nearby Fort Meade and the National Security Agency in Anne Arundel County as one major reason for the compliment. The magazine mentions the county's "excellent schools," relatively low foreclosure and unemployment rates (5.2 percent)
NEWS
January 22, 2006
Fitness center plans grand opening Life Time Fitness Inc., a national operator of health and fitness centers, has announced that its new Columbia center at 7220 DeForest Drive will hold a grand opening at 6:45 p.m. Feb. 9. The event will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony by company and local representatives and tours of the facility, which will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Demonstrations and activities for children are planned. The new location - the company's third in the region and its 48th nationally - is more than 110,000 square feet and has more than 400 pieces of cardio, resistance and free-weight training equipment, as well as rock-climbing walls, youth programs and activities, a team of certified personal trainers, men's and women's saunas, racquetball courts, yoga and Pilates studios, indoor and outdoor pools with two-story waterslides, and an outdoor bistro.
SPORTS
By ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS | September 22, 2004
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - After further review, Mike Tice agreed yesterday that he should have used an instant-replay challenge on Terrell Owens' 45-yard touchdown reception with 7:40 left in Monday night's 27-16 loss at Philadelphia. But the Minnesota Vikings' coach defended his decision not to. "Obviously, if I knew what I know now, I would have thrown the flag," Tice said. Owens' catch gave the Eagles a 24-9 lead, even though replays showed Owens juggling the ball as he went out of bounds.
NEWS
By Rhonda Hillbery and Rhonda Hillbery,Los Angeles Times | December 2, 1992
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Late last winter, some boys began teasing and taunting young Cheltzie Hentz on the school bus. In a case that has drawn international attention, Cheltzie's mother responded by filing complaints of sexual harassment.Now both state and federal agencies are conducting investigations and the telephone of Sue Mutziger, Cheltzie's mother, is ringing off the hook. Federal officials believe the second-grader is the youngest person ever to prompt a sexual harassment inquiry by the U.S. Department of Education.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff writer | September 1, 1991
Laurel Woods Elementary School's new principal comes to Howard County from one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Minneapolis, which meansPatricia M. "Tricia" Tidgewell has had a small-scale preview of the rapid growth here.This school year, Eden Prairie, Minn. will haveabout 7,000 students in eight schools; Howard County will have approximately 31,000 in 52 schools."It's a very humbling experience" coming to a new school system from out of state, Tidgewell says. "At Eden Prairie, I was one of the people who had been there (for years)
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 15, 2002
SCARBOROUGH, N.Y. - Mallory Crosland of Bethesda and Sally Krueger, a former Bethesda resident now living in San Francisco, lost their opening-round matches as play in the 102nd U.S. Women's Amateur championship worked its way slowly through two rounds at Sleepy Hollow Country Club yesterday. Crosland, 3-down to Jennifer Perri of Eden Prairie, Minn., after losing the 12th to a birdie and the 13th to a par, won the 14th and 16th to draw within one. But on the 18th, she left a 30-foot putt about 6 feet short, costing her the match.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 3, 2010
Morgan State football coach Donald Hill-Eley announced Wednesday the signing of 22 players to national letters of intent, including 14 high school signees, seven junior college recruits and one Division I transfer. The Bears' 2010 class includes five players from Maryland and six from Florida. Morgan State's full class: Stephen Blissett, LB (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) a-Mike Bogdanovich, LB (Windsor, Calif.) b-Jordan Brooks, RB (Germantown) Dominick Bryan, LB (Marimar, Fla.)
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