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Hastings had one qualifier for the Class AAA State Cross Country Meet held Saturday, November 4 at the U of M’s Les Bolstad Golf Course in Falcon Heights, Sophomore Linnea Ronning. This was … more
The Raiders football season came to an end at Two Rivers high school on Tuesday night, Oct 24. The weather did not help Hastings in the 14-0 loss. Not only did it rain the majority of the game, but … more
The Raiders sent three players to the State Tennis meet at the Baseline Tennis Center at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on October 26. Senior Claire Keller went as a singles player, and … more
The Hastings Raiders Cross Country team participated in the Section 3AAA meet on Oct. 26 at Valleywood Golf Course in Apple Valley. The boys took to the course first, finishing with a team score of … more
The City of Hastings Parks and Rec Department in conjunction with Hastings High School puts on their Halloween event on the Friday before Halloween and the Downtown Business Association hosts their … more
On Oct. 17, Hastings Cross Country had their final test before the section meet, the Conference Championships. The meet was held at the St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park on St. Croix Trail north of … more
The game against Robbinsdale Cooper started out as a game that it looked like nobody wanted to win. Both offenses struggled the first half with stalled drives that ended with either a punt, an … more
The Journal photographer took a trip around Hastings to capture the fall colors. Enjoy! more
Monday, October 23 is a day that Tatia Nelson and her team will likely never forget. Nelson is the owner of the Busted Nut located at 118 Second Street East, and they were nominated to be on the … more
The Minnesota Youth in Music Championships were held at US Bank Stadium on Saturday, October 14 with the Hastings High School Marching Band participating in the Class A side of the competition with … more
Local restaurant The Busted Nut will be hosting a visit from  America’s Best Restaurants  (ABR) in late October 2023.  America’s Best Restaurants , a national media … more
St. Thomas Academy (STA) is never an easy opponent, but adding 40-degree temps and rain, and the game can be downright miserable. That is exactly what the Raiders faced Thursday, October 12, a rainy, … more
Hastings has three players returning to the state meet for the second consecutive season. Senior Claire Keller is making a repeat trip on the singles side and her two sophomore sisters, Reese and … more
On Oct. 10, from 7-9 p.m., the Hastings Fire Department (HFD) held its annual open house during Fire Prevention week. Hundreds of area residents descend on the fire department for interactive and … more
The Raiders girls swim and dive team finished their regular season with a 93-82 victory over Simley for their final Metro East Conference dual meet on Oct. 12. Then they were the hosts of the True … more
The boys and girls soccer seasons both came to a bitter end in the first round of the Section 3AAA tournaments on Oct. 10. The boys, ranked as the sixth seed faced off against the three seeded Park … more
  WOODBURY – At 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, 2023 Christ Episcopal Church of Woodbury will host “Sweden and Norway 2023: A Concert Through the Eyes of a Photographer and Musician, … more
Lend a helping hand and save the pollinators from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 14 at Pine Point Regional Park in Stillwater. Participants of this event will enhance a new savanna area added into the Pine … more
When Hastings Developer Pat Regan cut the ribbon Thursday afternoon to officially mark the opening of The Confluence, he immediately pumped a fist in the air in celebration, his smile showing … more
The Cross-Country season has the fewest true competition days of all the fall sports, but it lasts nearly as long as the fall season allows. The State Meet will be held Nov. 4 at the U of M’s … more
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