Wednesday Aug 27
Farmington Student Talks Volunteering In Africa Ahead Of We Day
As school districts gear up for a new year, many across Minnesota are also getting ready for the return of We Day.
Ice scream, you scream ... Ice Cream
Michael Voss, of St. Michael, dives into his ice cream at the Lake Country Crafts and Cones Ice Cream Eating Contest on Thursday, August 14th in Crosslake.
With renovation complete, Farmington library re-opens Sept. 2
Farmington Library's temporary location at City Hall will close for good Saturday as Dakota County staff begins moving services back to the library's renovated home.
Dog parks booming across the south metro
Jimmy Hockett has been coming to Burnsville 's Alimagnet Park every day for the past two years with his dogs, Krumb and Millie.
Mike Slavik to get shot at Dakota County commissioner
Slavik, who received 48 percent of the vote during Tuesday's primary, represents Dakota County District 1, which covers Hastings, Farmington and the county's southern townships.
PHOTO: Emmett, left and Erling pose for a picture in their matching tractors.
A World War II veteran cried today as he said good-bye to his buddy - a 3-year-old boy who became his pal, but is moving away with this family.
Cruise to Car Craft Summer Nationals goes on despite death of QA1 founder
Despite the passing of QA1 founder.and chairman James "Jim" Jordan, 67, July 30, 2014, after a long battle with cancer, more than 250 people gathered for the company's 3rd annual annual Open House and Cruise to Car Craft Summer Nationals this past weekend to show off their muscle cars to the beat of classic rock.
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When the League asked cities what they do to honor veterans, we got so many responses we couldn't include them all in our article, "Cities Honor Veterans," in the July-August issue of Minnesota Cities magazine.