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Ability 2 Believe is a true labor of love for a Hastings family. Ashley Bettis-Carl worked for two years to get Ability 2 Believe – The Brayden and Brooks Foundation off the ground, and … more
  You’ve likely heard of - or been to a performance at - the Sheldon Theater in Red Wing, but did you know that it is home to a resident performing ensemble called The Sheldon Theater … more
The Hastings High School Show Choir has to work around other extracurriculars and the many things that keep students these days. When performance times comes around, though, Hastings Show Choir takes … more
Hastings Reads’ family event provides annual fun for families with children in elementary school. This year’s elementary book, Looking for Happy by Ty Chapman, is a hopeful and beautiful … more
After a tough home loss to Mahtomedi Tuesday, Feb. 6, the Hastings boys basketball team got a big win at Two Rivers Thursday night. The split puts the Raider record at 6-5 in Metro East Conference … more
Award-winning author Adib Khorram is coming to Hastings on Monday, February 12 to talk about his novel Darius the Great is Not Okay, which is the Hastings Reads book this year. After a lyceum at HHS, … more
The Hastings organization Building Remembrance for Reconciliation (BR4R) is presenting a Black History Month Celebration from 2-4 p.m. on Feb. 25 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 615 Vermillion … more
Saturday February 17, 2024 Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Location: LeDuc Historic Estate Fees/RSVP: $40 per person, $35 for DCHS members On Saturday, February 17th, at 3:30 p.m., the LeDuc Historic Estate … more
Be captivated by all things winged from educators at St. Louis’s World Bird Sanctuary during the “Masters of the Sky” weekend. Hosted by Carpenter Nature Center’s (CNC) … more
Amid beads and masks, The Confluence Hotel event space was transformed into Mardi Gras for the Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner on Thursday, … more
With a key game looming that could have a big impact on the Metro East race, the Hastings boys basketball team took care of business in a home game against Hill-Murray on Thursday, Jan. 25 The … more
When we’re talking about Hall of Fame catchers, we’re really talking about a select group of 10 players who form the (almost) uninterrupted top of every statistical category. These guys … more
Mother nature continued her wild ways by swinging from last week’s sub zero temps to balmy temps and foggy and even rainy conditions this week; all of which produce less than ideal slopes, but … more
Hockey Day Minnesota 2024 took place in Warroad, but the Raider boys held their own outdoor hockey game that same day against the co-op of Apple Valley/Burnsville, a game they won 3-2 in overtime. … more
The Raider ladies moved to 12-6 overall and 6-1 in the conference on the season and are now in sole possession of second place in the Metro East Conference behind Mahtomedi, who is undefeated in the … more
The Raider Girls Hockey team enters the final two weeks at 12-9 overall and 2-5 in the conference after splitting their games last week. First was a win against North/Tartan at home followed by a … more
The Hastings gymnastics team performed well at home against Mahtomedi on Thursday, Jan. 18 but narrowly lost in all-around score 127.9-118.25. Mahtomedi is always a strong team and is expected at or … more
After a couple games on the road, the Hastings Raiders were able to return to their home court Friday to end a two-game losing streak. Hastings fans were also able to recognize senior guard Owen … more
Going into Thursday night’s home wrestling battle with Simley, Raider Coach Tim Haneberg knew his team had its work cut out for them. Simley won the Metro East Conference with the 48-16 win at … more
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