For the first time in nearly two years, Andover (1-3) shutout the opposition.
The 39-0 win against Irondale was the first win of the season for the Huskies, who have owned Irondale at Huskies Stadium winning the last two contests by a combined 81-3 score.
With a 15 year service record to the city of Andover, Val Holthus said she has a proven commitment to the community. She is currently serving her ninth year, first as chairperson, as a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Previously, Holthus served six years on the Park and Recreation Commission and the Open Space Commission.
The Andover City Council spent a good portion of an over two-hour meeting Sept. 2 discussing three housing projects. Although all received unanimous approvals to move onto the next stage, there is still much work to be done before any groundbreaking happens.
Even though Coon Rapids (0-3) and Anoka (1-2) were winless in the standings, both knew they were close to finding their first of the season.
The Andover City Council Sept. 2 approved a first draft of the 2015 levy, which is budgeted to bring in $300,000 more to the city in 2015 compared to this year.