Friday Mar 14
Eagan-Lakeville food shelf changes name to The Open Door
The name change, which goes into effect Thursday, "more accurately portrays our expanding services and outreach throughout greater Dakota County," Pete Mallinger, board president, said in a news release.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
St. Paul Real Estate Blog
Buying and selling
It isn't always easy to do but sometimes we have to sell one home while buying another.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Review of Ophthalmology
We have an excellent opportunity for part-time Opticians at Heavyglare Eyewear. Eagan is one of the fastest growing communities in MN, south of the river.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
6 months after arson, former Eagan town hall's future unknown
The century old town hall in Eagan, which contained historical displays and artifacts, was damaged by arson early Sept.
Task force to discuss road safety near Lakeville schools
The Lakeville City Council has created a task force to address concerns about road safety near the city's schools.
Eagan show makes a statement with quilts
Mindy Way-Johnson, of White Bear Lake, sorted fabric at a booth for Twin Cities Quilting of Roseville, while shop owner Faye Hock chatted with Laura Nagel, who organizes the show, which honors Women's History Month.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Biz Buzz: Lakeland Mold receives workplace success award
Lakeland Mold of Brainerd received the Minnesota Workplace Success Award as part of a statewide recognition of college and career readiness.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Where the dead live and a Minnesotan's star rises
The mystery begins with a lost 8-year-old boy being returned to his mom and dad.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Cedar Avenue projects are topic of MnDOT public meeting
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding an open house March 19 in Eagan to discuss managed lane projects on Cedar Avenue with the public.
St. Cloud Times
Most doctors at forum oppose medical marijuana
Most of the doctors polled at a Minnesota Medical Association forum oppose the legislation that legalizes medical marijuana.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Survey: Cost a growing factor in college decisions
A new survey of the nation's college freshmen shows that the percentage attending their first-choice school has reached its lowest level in almost four decades, as cost has become a growing factor in where students enroll.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Q&A with the owners of Rosemount's House of Curry
Nalaka Abeywickrema, left, Vini Dissanayake and his wife, Aruni Mahagamage, bring the flavors of Sri Lanka to Rosemount's House of Curry.
Charges: 'Drunk' Dad Rolls Over, Suffocates Infant Son
An Eagan, Minn. man was charged Tuesday after police say he rolled on top of his infant son while drunk, suffocating the boy, according to Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom.
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.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Eagan office tower could become high-rise apartments
A Twin Cities developer wants to turn a vacant 10-story office building, which formerly housed Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, into a 112-unit apartment high rise.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Snowmobile crash claims life of Eagan man
A snowmobile accident at around 4:40 p.m. on Saturday claimed the life of a 53-year-old Eagan man, the Aitkin County Sheriff's Office reported.
Sun Mar 02, 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.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Preschool expansion aimed at better preparing students
Greenleaf Elementary School Principal Michelle deKam Palmieri knows the younger she can get some students in school, the better they'll do later on.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Frustrated Anoka-Hennepin teachers pressure school board for contract
A mediator is working with both sides behind closed doors. Union leaders plan to discuss a possible strike authorization vote.
Businesses want sales tax relief
With a $1.1 billion budget surplus forecast in December, the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is leading a push for lawmakers to undo some business-to-business sales taxes passed last year.