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Residents say improvements are needed at 52/42 interchange
Kline will not seek re-election to U.S. House
Training brings trafficking message home
Sen. Clausen receives Allina award
Sen. Clausen receives Allina award
crime and courts
Boys soccer: Irish open with a win and a tie
Volleyball: Irish take out No. 6 Hopkins
Football: Irish sack Apple Valley
Tennis: Irish edge Tigers in South Suburban opener
Girls soccer: Irish take two on the road
Teens' fundraising efforts move to dry land
Mosque planned for Rosemount
Blood drive will honor Rosemount cancer survivor
Looking for a great place to live? Money Magazine says you've found it
arts and entertainment
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Rosemount National Bank vs Harfield
LIBRARY MATERIALS Dakota co. Admin
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Shirley A. Tix, 71
Geraldine A. Nerud, 87
Rienhold 'Butch' Sieg, 82
Edna E. Hayden, 95
City notes: A great place to live
Chuck Brooks column: A lifelong love of music
Nathan Hansen column: Getting smart about time
Chuck Brooks' column: A few thoughts on aging with grace
Nathan Hansen's column: Staring into the blackness
July 10, 2009
Despite concerns, downtown project has potential
Even as construction work nears completion, the first phase of Rosemount's long talked-about downtown reconstruction effort remains controversial. You don't have to look beyond the letters this paper has received in recent weeks to know that. Even years after the project first started...
July 10, 2009 - 12:54pm
Downtown Reconstruction: First phase nearly finished
While crews still have a few loose ends to tie up before next week, Waterford Commons will celebrate its grand opening next Wednesday, July 15. Helen Abraham, property manager, said the public is welcome to come out. The reception will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. A ribbon cutting...
July 10, 2009 - 12:47pm
July 2, 2009
Walter is wrong about downtown project
To the editor, Kurt Walter-Hansen's wife, Patricia, recently submitted a letter. I now remind Patricia of a few things. First, Kurt had every opportunity to bid on the downtown redevelopment. However, among other things, he could not demonstrate financial viability to redevelop;...
opinion / letters
July 2, 2009 - 1:25pm
March 27, 2009
Editorial: Mixed bag for downtown projects so far
Bit by bit the future of downtown Rosemount is starting to take shape. With one major redevelopment project expected to wrap up later this spring and a second likely to begin in a couple of months, the vision Rosemount planners set forth in 2004 is quickly becoming more than just...
March 27, 2009 - 11:23am
Editorial: Arts center could add a lot to downtown
The city of Rosemount has spent a long time planning the future of one of the its most significant buildings, but answers seem hard to come by. Last week the city of Rosemount asked residents for their take on how to make the best use of the former St. Joseph's Church building on...
February 27, 2009 - 11:13am
October 3, 2008
Editorial: City has good start on 'walkable downtown'
Earlier this week a group of Rosemount city employees, elected officials and others took a brief walking and biking tour of the city's core. Their goal was to figure out if the city's design is friendly to people who want to get around under their own power. That makes sense. By...
October 3, 2008 - 12:00am
October 2, 2008
Rosemount Town Pages podcast for Oct. 2
The Town Pages newspodcast takes on a slightly different form this week. There's no conversation. Just a presentation from Dakota County Public Health's Pat Steig on a survey that looked into levels of activity and obesity in Rosemount and Dakota County.
October 2, 2008 - 12:00am
September 5, 2008
Downtown development digs up history
While digging for Rosemount's future, construction crews working on the redevelopment of downtown found relics of the past.
September 5, 2008 - 12:00am
April 15, 2008
City gets $75,000 in grants from Dakota County
The city of Rosemount received two grants from the Dakota County Development Agency that add up to $75,000. The CDA Board of Commissioners granted the city $65,000 through the Redevelopment Incentive Program, which encourages community revitalization. The CDA also granted the city...
April 15, 2008 - 12:00am
Letter: Is athletic complex land really a gift?
To the editor, Following the Rosemount Outdoor Athletic Complex opinions the last few weeks, I wonder if the gift of $1 million for the Flint Hills land is really a gift to taxpayers who will pay more than eight times that million-dollar amount for the complex, plus amenities, built...
February 15, 2008 - 12:00am