Today Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced state-wide school closures to begin no later than March 18 through March 27
Joe Beckman, keynote speaker at the 2019 Students of Excellence Recognition event, told 139 high school seniors to remember that “everybody has a story,” and that sometimes they will find that things can get a little messy. Making good human connections is what can make a difference for people.
The Ogilvie speech team is sending five of its team members on to compete at the State Speech Tournament. These state competitors were announced on Saturday, April 6 after competing at the Section 7A tournament in Duluth. Advancing to state competition are Kaitlyn Kehoe, Sam DeVito, Cordell…
Princes, ballroom dances, catchy tunes and a fairy godmother — Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” will soon grace the stage of the Mora High School Auditorium
The Mora Mustangs girls basketball team persevered against strong competition in both their conference and section. With their shared commitment to improvement, success looks certain in upcoming seasons.
This season the Mora Mustangs boys basketball team was known for its aggressive full-court defense, holding their own against opponents ranked in the top 10 teams statewide. Consistency in defense combined with an emphasis on shooting will ensure greater success in seasons to come.
The Ogilvie Lions boys basketball team wrapped up a disheartening season with plans to emphasize fundamentals during the offseason. Through significant game experience and tenacity, the team’s prospects for improvement are good.
“Fairy Tale Ending -- The Big Bad Family Musical” by Kieren MacMillan and Jeremy Hutton makes its Midwest debut Thursday, March 14 on the Ogilvie High School auditorium stage.
The Mora-Milaca Mustangs boys hockey team completed a winning season that included a mid-season tournament championship. Increased focus on fundamentals will help players continue to contend next season as well.
The Ogilvie Lions girls basketball team were strong contenders this season in the competitive Great River Conference. A core of returning starters and promising newcomers will help the team remain in contention next season.