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John Kline honors area Stars of the North
Rosemount High School dance show this weekend
Ag department will host meeting on emerald ash borer for Dakota County residents
Lottery will distribute Rosemount garden plots
Rosemount speech earns awards at Eastview
crime and courts
Wrestling: Hedin achieves perfection
Girls basketball: Irish upset Shakopee, move on to section tournament
Boys basketball: Apple Valley Eagles take out Irish
Boys swimming and diving: Irish will be represented at state meet
Gymnastics: Rosemount's Schlie reaches podium at state meet
Family Fun Fest is coming Feb. 27
arts and entertainment
TCF National Bank vs Thera
HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc vs Caldon
Westview Manor Condo vs Roberts
COUNTY PROJECT 64-22
Betty Ann "Bobby" Kehlenbeck, 79
Violet J. Johnson, 89
Michael M. Murgic, 84
John D. Rydberg, 58
Lorraine M. Adelmann, 91
Chuck Brooks' column:Find something you love to do
Andrea Langworthy's column: Zoom!
City notes: Rosemount City Council looking for feedback on recreation facilities
Nathan Hansen's column: Unlucky in love? Fake it
Chuck Brooks' column: Real books still have allure
Get Out! Deals
November 14, 2014
Johnston signs on to swim with the Gophers
Rosemount High School senior Olivia Johnston signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to swim at the University of Minnesota.
November 14, 2014 - 2:05pm
December 18, 2010
Farmington's Eich, Rosemount's Vogler heroes in Minnesota-Duluth's D-II championship
Two area players had a big impact on Saturday's Division II national championship football game in Florence, Ala. Rosemount graduate Chase Vogler was an offensive hero at quarterback and Farmington alum Cody Eich made the defensive play of the game as the University of Minnesota-Duluth...
sports / news
December 18, 2010 - 3:20pm
October 31, 2009
Record 11.5 million Americans age 18-24 opt for higher education
Some are there because of the recession, and others despite it. Regardless, more young Americans than ever are in college -- especially community...
October 31, 2009 - 8:04am
October 26, 2009
Grants save college careers
ST. PAUL -- It was a rough summer for Alyssa Courneya. The young Alexandria, Minn., woman did not know where she would go to school this fall. Then, near the end of summer, she received the news she wanted to hear: A federal Pell college grant was headed her way, meaning she could...
October 26, 2009 - 7:12am
October 13, 2009
Students tell Franken of financial woes
MINNEAPOLIS -- Paul Strain said his family supports his college career, emotionally at least. But when it comes to money, he told U.S. Sen....
October 13, 2009 - 7:12am
April 23, 2009
Bill holds tuition increases down
ST. PAUL - Minnesota representatives told state-run colleges and universities to hold tuition increases to a minimum the next two years. A bill House members passed 86-46 Wednesday keeps Minnesota State Colleges and University system tuition increases to no more than 2 percent a...
April 23, 2009 - 7:32am
April 20, 2009
Senators approve college budget cuts
ST. PAUL - State-run colleges and universities' budgets would be cut under a bill senators reluctantly passed 41-23 Friday. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system schools would receive 3 percent less in the next two-year budget than they receive now. The University of Minnesota's...
April 20, 2009 - 7:51am
February 9, 2009
Closing college among budget options
ST. PAUL - Current economic conditions could cost the state a college, the Minnesota Colleges and Universities system chancellor warns. "This is such as difficult challenge that the board has suggested that everything is on the table," James McCormick told the state Senate Higher...
February 9, 2009 - 12:00am
September 20, 2008
Talent show brings out crowds
Rain couldn't keep a good party down and so despite less than desirable weather Septemberfest had its first go around Saturday and Sunday. While the rain may have kept a few people away, plenty still showed up for the Dakota County Technical College event that featured the successful...
September 20, 2008 - 12:00am
September 19, 2008
DCTC receives grant to create regional center
Dakota County Technical College received a $3 million grant to develop the Midwest Center for Nanotechnology Education from the National Science Foundation. The college learned it had received the grant early in September. The center, which also will be called Nano-Link, will create...
September 19, 2008 - 12:00am