Richfield, Minnesota

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in grades 9-12 * The Fraser School, serving children six-weeks to six-years old * Blessed Trinity Catholic School * Mount Calvary Lutheran School * Minnesota Japanese School Post-secondary *Adler Graduate School *Globe University Minnesota School of Business (Minnesota School of Business &amp; Globe University), a career college *Minnesota Life College Recreation Richfield has more than of parkland, 23 neighborhood parks and a nature preserve.<


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Professional Clinical Counseling, School Counseling, Career Development and Art Therapy. An online non-clinical MA in Adlerian Studies was added in Fall 2010. The school also offers certificate programs in Professional Life Coaching, and Parent Coaching, a Post-Master's Degree Diploma in Adlerian Psychotherapy and a Post-Master's Licensure Program. * Airlake Industrial Park in Lakeville, Minnesota * The "High Line&quot; or alternately "Dan Patch Line&quot

and Nicollet, at the time the Richfield (Richfield, Minnesota)-Minneapolis (Minneapolis, Minnesota) border, as the starting point for the new railroad. Minneapolis' Nicollet streetcar line (Twin City Rapid Transit) ended at that spot, so passengers could easily transfer to the adjacent Dan Patch system. Its owners named their new firm the Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester and Dubuque Electric Traction Company, but no one used the full name. Instead, they preferred the nickname "Dan Patch Line

.&quot; Construction began in 1908, eventually reaching Northfield in late 1910. Olson, Russell L. (1976). ''The Electric Railways of Minnesota''. Minnesota Transportation Museum, Hopkins H. M. Smyth Co., St. Paul. Grading began on an extension to Faribault (Faribault, Minnesota) in 1911, but the company never secured an entrance into Faribault and abandoned the project. Route description State Highway 77 serves as a north&ndash;south route


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kinds of birds and 30 mammals. :''For the school in Richfield, Minnesota, see Academy of Holy Angels.''


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farm land it encompassed. By 1879, the community's first town hall was constructed. Early residents were German (Germans), Irish (Irish people) and families from the New England area. These residents were soon joined by immigrants from Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Richfield History, Community Profile It was not until 1908 that Richfield became a village. From 1908 until 1950


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-76. http: www.hockeydraftcentral.com 1978 78024.html He led his school to a state runner-up (Minnesota high school boys ice hockey) his senior season and was one of the most highly recruited U.S. hockey players in 1976. Before turning professional, Christoff attended the University of Minnesota where he played for the Minnesota Gophers for three seasons in 1976–79. He led the team in scoring during his second year with 66 points (32 goals and 34 assists

) and was named to the WCHA All-Star Second Team. During his third year, he led the team in scoring again with 77 points (38 goals and 39 assists). In what turned out to be his last collegiate game on March 23, 1979, Christoff scored a goal and earned an assist to help Minnesota win its third NCAA (NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship) title in school history with a 4-3 victory over North Dakota (North Dakota Fighting Sioux men's ice hockey). He made his international debut for Team USA


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Professional Clinical Counseling, School Counseling, Career Development and Art Therapy. An online non-clinical MA in Adlerian Studies was added in Fall 2010. The school also offers certificate programs in Professional Life Coaching, and Parent Coaching, a Post-Master's Degree Diploma in Adlerian Psychotherapy and a Post-Master's Licensure Program. * Airlake Industrial Park in Lakeville, Minnesota * The "High Line" or alternately "Dan Patch Line"


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Professional Clinical Counseling, School Counseling, Career Development and Art Therapy. An online non-clinical MA in Adlerian Studies was added in Fall 2010. The school also offers certificate programs in Professional Life Coaching, and Parent Coaching, a Post-Master's Degree Diploma in Adlerian Psychotherapy and a Post-Master's Licensure Program. * Airlake Industrial Park in Lakeville, Minnesota * The "High Line" or alternately "Dan Patch Line" in Bloomington, Minnesota, Richfield, Minnesota, and Minneapolis, Minnesota, beginning at Auto Club Yard in Bloomington and serving a variety of industries * Northfield (Northfield, Minnesota) to Lakeville, leased CP Rail trackage She was born in Richfield, Minnesota and grew up in a family of collegiate basketball players. Her father, Gary King, played at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Her brother, Stephen, played at Ohio University. Major cities in the district include Minneapolis, St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Richfield (Richfield, Minnesota), Crystal (Crystal, Minnesota), Robbinsdale (Robbinsdale, Minnesota), Golden Valley (Golden Valley, Minnesota), and Fridley (Fridley, Minnesota). Blatz was born in Minneapolis (Minneapolis, Minnesota) to Kay and Jerome Blatz. She attended high school at the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield, Minnesota, and received her B.A. (bachelor of arts) from the University of Notre Dame. Blatz received degrees from the University of Minnesota Law School and the University of Minnesota School of Social Work. http: uawards.umn.edu Award_Recipients Outstanding_Achievement_Award_Recipients blatzk.html terminus_a :''For the school in Richfield, Minnesota, see Academy of Holy Angels.''


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Professional Clinical Counseling, School Counseling, Career Development and Art Therapy. An online non-clinical MA in Adlerian Studies was added in Fall 2010. The school also offers certificate programs in Professional Life Coaching, and Parent Coaching, a Post-Master's Degree Diploma in Adlerian Psychotherapy and a Post-Master's Licensure Program. * Airlake Industrial Park in Lakeville, Minnesota * The "High Line" or alternately "Dan Patch Line"


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.&quot; Construction began in 1908, eventually reaching Northfield in late 1910. Olson, Russell L. (1976). ''The Electric Railways of Minnesota''. Minnesota Transportation Museum, Hopkins H. M. Smyth Co., St. Paul. Grading began on an extension to Faribault (Faribault, Minnesota) in 1911, but the company never secured an entrance into Faribault and abandoned the project. Route description State Highway 77 serves as a north&ndash;south route between the cities of Apple Valley (Apple Valley, Minnesota), Eagan (Eagan, Minnesota), Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota), Richfield (Richfield, Minnesota), and Minneapolis. The route is constructed to freeway standards over its entire length. Most of the route is posted 65 MPH speed limit. The route is located in Dakota County (Dakota County, Minnesota) and Hennepin County (Hennepin County, Minnesota). Behr, the second of four boys, was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 30, 1973 to Patricia Ann Steiner and David Behr. After his parents' divorce, Patricia moved her sons back to Richfield, where Jason attended St. Richards Elementary, a private grade school. Behr first started acting at the age of five when he participated in a school play as a sunflower. By age eight he was doing commercials for Stomper Trucks and modeling for local department stores. Behr continued to perform throughout his school years. In 1992 he graduated from Richfield Senior High School, in Richfield, Minnesota. At the age of 19, after a chance meeting with Hollywood manager Marvin Dauer in Minneapolis, Behr moved to Los Angeles. In his early acting career, he appeared in over 75 commercials, and in 1995 landed the role of Tyler Baker in the racy Showtime (Showtime (TV network)) comedy series ''Sherman Oaks''. It ran for two seasons until it was cancelled in early 1997. Career Carlson is originally from Bloomington, Minnesota, and attended the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield, Minnesota. In addition to acting, she has also modeled (model (person)), including ad campaigns with Miller Lite, Rembrandt, and Oliver Peoples sunglasses. http: www.superiorpics.com kelly_carlson She appeared in the August 2004 issue of ''Maxim (Maxim (magazine))'' magazine and on the cover of the October issue of ''Stuff (Stuff (magazine)) Magazine''. '''Hennepin County Medical Center''' ('''HCMC''') is a Level I trauma center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the county seat of Hennepin County (Hennepin County, Minnesota). The primary 422-bed facility is located on five city blocks across the street from the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, with satellite clinics in Minneapolis, Brooklyn Center (Brooklyn Center, Minnesota), Brooklyn Park (Brooklyn Park, Minnesota), St. Anthony (St. Anthony, Minnesota) and Richfield (Richfield, Minnesota). HCMC has been listed among America's Best Hospitals by ''US News & World Report'' magazine every year since 1999. Some patients come a long distance to be treated at HCMC because of the recognized trauma surgery specialists, transplant services, stroke specialists, advanced endoscopy hepatobilliary center, and hyperbaric oxygen chamber. EMS HCMC also provides emergency medical services for the Cities of Minneapolis, Golden Valley (Golden Valley, Minnesota), Shorewood (Shorewood, Minnesota), Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minnesota), St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Hopkins (Hopkins, Minnesota), St. Anthony (St. Anthony, Minnesota), Woodland (Woodland, Minnesota), Excelsior (Excelsior, Minnesota), Deephaven (Deephaven, Minnesota), Tonka Bay (Tonka Bay, Minnesota), Richfield (Richfield, Minnesota), and most of Minnetonka (Minnetonka, Minnesota) (south of Interstate 394). There are 23 ambulances, 3 medical director vehicles and 4 supervisor units utilized in its fleet (as of May 9, 2008). A MCI trailer is on hand for MCI incidents in its coverage area. HCMC EMS logged over 57,000 911 calls in 2007. Amateur career Steve Christoff grew up in Richfield, Minnesota and graduated from Richfield High School (Minnesota). As a member of the Richfield High School hockey team, he earned team MVP his junior and senior year, and was selected to the Minnesota High School All-State First Team and the U.S. High School All-American Team during his senior year in 1975-76. http: www.hockeydraftcentral.com 1978 78024.html He led his school to a state runner-up (Minnesota high school boys ice hockey) his senior season and was one of the most highly recruited U.S. hockey players in 1976. Before turning professional, Christoff attended the University of Minnesota where he played for the Minnesota Gophers for three seasons in 1976–79. He led the team in scoring during his second year with 66 points (32 goals and 34 assists) and was named to the WCHA All-Star Second Team. During his third year, he led the team in scoring again with 77 points (38 goals and 39 assists). In what turned out to be his last collegiate game on March 23, 1979, Christoff scored a goal and earned an assist to help Minnesota win its third NCAA (NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship) title in school history with a 4-3 victory over North Dakota (North Dakota Fighting Sioux men's ice hockey). He made his international debut for Team USA at the 1979 Ice Hockey World Championship (1979 World Ice Hockey Championships) tournament in Moscow. thumb 250px Front of former Chi-Chi's restaurant in Alexandria, Virginia (File:Former Chi-Chi's restaurant in Alexandria, Virginia.png). Chi-Chi's was founded in 1975 in Richfield, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis by restaurateur Marno McDermott and former Green Bay Packers player Max McGee. :''For the school in Richfield, Minnesota, see Academy of Holy Angels.''

Richfield, Minnesota

'''Richfield''' is a city in Hennepin County (Hennepin County, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States. An inner-ring suburb of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul region, it is bordered by Minneapolis to the north, Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport to the east, Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota) to the south, and Edina (Edina, Minnesota) to the west. Best Buy, the U.S.'s largest electronics retailer, has its headquarters in Richfield. The population was 35,228 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census).

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