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Big Buddha headed to Hampton
Shooting event for youth Saturday at the Dakota County Gun Club
Looking back: Rosemount oil wells were at the center of a state investigation 75 years ago
Summer camp offers students a side of service
District reviews absence policy
crime and courts
American Legion Baseball: Post 65 goes down at sub-state
Pipers drop close games to Woodbury, Miesville
Pitching carries Pipers over Dogs
354 make Run for the Gold
354 make Run for the Gold
Leprechaun Days features sun and crowds
Get your Leprechaun Days schedule of events
Art Blast shows potential
arts and entertainment
Jerry Erickson, 74
Velta J. Martin, 64
LuAnn S. Thill, 67
Mary Ann Scudder, 92
Amy A. Deegan, 91
PUBLIC NOTICE City of Rosemount
LIEN SALE Minikahda Mini Storage
SUM PROCEEDINGS Dakota co admin
Vermillion State Bank VS ANDERSON
TCF National Bank VS TOVSEN
City notes: Survey provides numbers useful as city plans for future
Nathan Hansen's: The science of gecko sex
Editorials: Explore new culture with Buddha visit
Chuck Brooks' column: Summers get expensive when you're a teacher
Nathan Hansen's column: A missed career opportunity
City council: Shoe-Corrigan and DeBettignies will serve another four years
During city administrator Dwight Johnson's performance evaluation a few weeks ago Mark DeBettignies joked that his review would be election night. Well by a thin margin it appears voters chose to keep DeBettignies around. DeBettignies barely beat challenger Tim Judy for the second...
news / politics
November 2, 2010 - 11:34pm
October 19, 2009
Council reverses course on FTTH
Fiber to the Home, has a white knight to rescue the floundering company. But before Jeffrey Feldman could be the hero, he needed the Rosemount City Council to change its tune. On Wednesday night during a special meeting the council did just that and voted 4-0 to grant FTTH a six-month...
October 19, 2009 - 7:45am
October 9, 2009
Council pushes ahead with plan to end FTTH charter
After years of putting up with empty promises the Rosemount City Council has decided it is done with Fiber To The Home. On Tuesday night the city council chose not to give the Internet and cable television company an extension before it revokes its franchise agreement Oct. 19. During...
October 9, 2009 - 3:17pm
September 18, 2009
City gets tips on securing a healthy future
For the last couple of years the Urban Land Institute has been researching Rosemount and four other Minnesota cities to see if they can help them come up with policies that will make them thrive and be model communities for others in the future. On Tuesday the council got to hear...
September 18, 2009 - 1:00am
August 21, 2009
City will hold public meeting Aug. 22 to inform, take questions
The City's budget for next year and proposals to change water rates are among the topics up for discussion at a town meeting to be hosted by the Rosemount City Council on Saturday, August 22. Council members will be available from 9 to 11 a.m. in the council chambers at Rosemount...
August 21, 2009 - 2:31pm
July 10, 2009
New rules could govern teen club
At 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night, Skylar Rekstad walked away from a city council work session feeling pretty good. Rekstad wants to open a club for teens in Rosemount. And while the council wants to make sure the business has some rules to follow, Rekstad said they don't seem to want to...
July 10, 2009 - 12:41pm
September 19, 2008
Letter: Crowded field means people are unhappy
To the editor, The reason for all of the candidates, you ask? People are sick of the mayor and the present city council. They sat by long enough and plan on fixing the constant goof ups of this council and mayor. I know for a fact that if there were more seats open there would be...
September 19, 2008 - 12:00am
August 28, 2008
One on council ballot in early days of filing
Only one person so far has filed for the two open city council seats. Filing for city council opened Tuesday and so far Kevin Grass is the only person who has thrown his name into the ring. The two open seats are currently held by Phillip Sterner and Mike Baxter. Baxter has said...
August 28, 2008 - 12:00am