first_imgHappy Prince Day, one and all!In honor of Prince’s birthday, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed today, June 7th, 2016, as Prince Day. Meant as a celebration of all things Prince, the holiday encourages Minnesotans to remember their home state hero after his untimely passing on April 21st.The Purple One was one of the rare celebrities who did not migrate after finding fame, choosing to remain in his local Minnesota and live in his Paisley Park compound while fostering a new music scene that came to be known as “The Minnesota Sound.” Prince put Minnesota on the musical map, and now they are repaying him with this wonderful day-in-tribute, where all “Minnesotans are encouraged to wear purple on Prince Day in honor of The Purple One’s enduring legacy.”So make sure to wear your purple loud and proud today. Throw on your favorite Prince albums, dance like crazy, and remember such an influential and unique artist that singularly came to define the state MinnesotaSee below for Governor Mark Dayton’s official proclamation of Prince Day!last_img read more

first_imgOfficials said Harry L. Drive will be repaved from Oakdale Road to Valley Plaza. Reynolds Road from Overbrook Road to Deyo Hill Road will also be repaved. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Mark your calendars if you live in Johnson City, there is some major road work expected to start in the village the first week of October. Village officials said Wednesday the work is expected to start October 5 and run through November 2 of this year, weather permitting. They explain the project costs about $870,000, paid for by the Federal Highway Administration, New York State and just 5% from the village.last_img

first_imgThe St Louis Golf team traveled to the rolling hills of Dearborn Country Club, Monday night, to face South Dearborn and Batesville Middle School. The conditions were ideal for scoring. Batesville finished first with a 175 followed by St Louis with 215 and South Dearborn with 277. Scoring for St Louis were Jackson Wanstrath, Cody Mohr, Cayden Pohlman, and Eli Voglesang.The Cardinals face St Mary’s of Greensburg Tuesday night at North Branch.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Randy Streator.last_img

first_img Published on December 12, 2015 at 10:17 pm Related Stories Dougherty: Michael Gbinije, thriving or not, is tailor made for Syracuse Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Sam Blum (6-3)Syracuse 82, St. John’s 69New York’s College TeamThat’s always the question, isn’t it? Whose state is it? Last year it belonged to the Johnnies, but this isn’t the same Red Storm team. Syracuse reasserts itself in its home away from home in front of a partisan Orange crowd.Jesse Dougherty (6-3)Syracuse 77, St. John’s 55Driving through the stormSt. John’s has a lot of young talent, but it’s knee-deep in a rebuilding process and lost to Fordham (Fordham!) by 16 points on Dec. 2. The Red Storm also gave up 93 points in a win over Chaminade. St. John’s’ most recent result is a 48-44 win over a Niagara team that lost to Vermont by 18, Youngstown State by 18 … You get the point. Syracuse shouldn’t allow the Red Storm to even sniff a win in Madison Square Garden on Sunday, and anything less than a lopsided win would be disappointing for the Orange.Matt Schneidman (6-3)Syracuse 71, St. John’s 60Bright lightsAdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor Syracuse’s standout freshmen, Madison Square Garden is the biggest stage they’ll have played on yet. The Red Storm have had a less-than-stellar beginning to the season and Malachi Richardson and Tyler Lydon, two players who struggled in Syracuse’s back-to-back losses but got back on track against Colgate, will lead the Orange to a convincing victory. MSG is the platform for jumping up another peg as Syracuse tries to climb back into the Top 25. Commentslast_img read more

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