Burnsville Performing Arts Center had a good 2013
The money that Burnsville taxpayers pay to support operation of the Burnsville Performing Arts Center dropped by 37 percent last year to $160,113 - the lowest operating deficit for the center since it opened in January 2009.
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Arts briefs: Concert at Burnsville Performing Arts Center features harpsichord
A retired St. Paul Chamber Orchestra keyboardist will play the harpsichord with the Dakota Valley Symphony during two performances focusing on Baroque music next Sunday, March 16, at the Black Box Theater at the Burnsville Performing Arts Center.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
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Minnesota education panel OKs licensing measure
Minnesota lawmakers moved Friday to help former and current military members and their spouses win temporary licenses to work in classrooms, social work offices and other specialized fields.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Burnsville sets legislative priorities
Burnsville has a list of requests for the state Legislature this year, including a law against clustering group homes together and financial help to make up for the loss of landfill revenue.
Imricor Medical Systems, Inc. - Medical Equipment - Deals and...
The company offers MRI compatible electrophysiology tools, which are designed to permit physicians to perform cardiac electrophysiology procedures while using MRI to image a patient's heart, rather than x-rays.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Norwest Equity Partners buys Apothecary
Norwest Equity Partners said Monday that it has acquired Apothecary Products . The seller was Terry Noble, Apothecary's founder and CEO.
Three Upper Midwest performing arts centers are compared with Confluence Project proposal
Officials from Burnsville, Minn., Appleton and Fond du Lac say that community performing arts centers in their cities have shown to be a catalyst for downtown revitalization and have helped lift the quality of life for local residents.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Applications open for people who want to weigh in on Lebanon Hills Park plan
Dakota County will give a new citizens advisory panel until the end of this year to present a recommendation about the future of Lebanon Hills Regional Park, including whether it should have a new trail.
In Like a 'Polar Bear', Out Like a Lion; Bitter Cold Continues Grip on Minnesota
KSTP.com meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said expect a polar bear like day across the metro Saturday with bitter-cold wind chills.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Family still waiting for answers about June death of Anarae Schunk
It's been five months since the body of 20-year-old Anarae Schunk of Burnsville was found in a ditch near Lonsdale, Minn., and charges have yet to be filed against anyone in her death.
Governor hopeful Seifert chooses Rep. Pam Myhra as running mate
By choosing state Rep. Pam Myhra of Burnsville as his running mate, Republican gubernatorial candidate Marty Seifert was trying to build a ticket with a track record of appealing to voters beyond the GOP base.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
More work on St. Croix River bridge going to local companies
Sunnyside Marina is seen in the background in this photo illustration of the planned St. Croix Crossing, expected to be completed in 2016.
Biz briefs: Open to Business wraps up strong year
Open to Business, a program that provides free technical assistance and financing to start-ups, provided advisory services to 176 Dakota County businesses and arranged almost $280,000 in loans and grants in 2013.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Burnsville state lawmaker to hold public meetings
Morgan, who represents Burnsville, will be available to answer questions and discuss legislative priorities from 10:30 a.m. to noon March 1 at Jo Jo's Rise and Wine in Burnsville.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Valley News Live
Schemes & Rip Offs: Avoiding Fraud During Tax Time
Burnsville, Minnesota January 16, 2014 Tax season is here again, and the IRS says it will be emphasizing online services and automation this year to navigate the hectic tax filing season.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Redwood Falls man pleads guilty in St. Paul teen's fatal overdose
One of the men charged in the fatal 2012 overdose of a St. Paul teen on a cough syrup cocktail pleaded guilty to a drug felony Wednesday.
update: Crash on Hwy. 610 in Brooklyn Park
It sounds like a bad accident on Hwy. 610 at Zane Avenue. Traffic slows in both directions near the scene.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Burnsville: Grant should make grab-and-go breakfasts available to more kids
First-grader Laqman Abdi drinks a breakfast chocolate milk in the cafeteria at Gideon Pond Elementary in Burnsville.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Education notes: News from schools near you
Students, parents and community members are invited to two community forums hosted by the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage schools superintendent.
Biz briefs: Liquor retailer ready to tap Burnsville market
The Burnsville Planning Commission last week approved plans for a store in Burnhaven Mall in about 29,000 square feet of vacant space between SuperTarget and Ulta Cosmetics, according to city documents.