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Large crowd, hot weather welcome new splash pad
Finance manager charged with stealing $113,000 from RAAA
Looking back: Rosemount's new Civil Air Patrol was chartered this week in 1964
Legion will host public event featuring music and motorcycles
crime and courts
354 make Run for the Gold
Pitching carries Pipers over Dogs
354 make Run for the Gold
Football teams putting in the work
Rosemount Pipers to host Family Day at DCTC
Get your Leprechaun Days schedule of events
Art Blast shows potential
arts and entertainment
Jerry Erickson, 74
Mary Ann Scudder, 92
Amy A. Deegan, 91
Dorothea M. Pryor, 69
Clara J. Vetell, 91
PUBLIC NOTICE City of Rosemount
LIEN SALE Minikahda Mini Storage
TCF National Bank VS TOVSEN
Wells Fargo Bank vs Lundblad
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc vs Clarkson
Chuck Brooks' column: Summers get expensive when you're a teacher
Andrea Langworthy's column: Adventure awaits
Nathan Hansen's column: A missed career opportunity
Andrea Langworthy's column: This one is for Ginny
Nathan Hansen's column: There's no accounting for taste
May 2, 2010
Project puts ears to the test at RMS
Seventh grade band students at Rosemount High School start each lesson with an activity that's a little like the musical equivalent of Simon...
May 2, 2010 - 10:52am
April 8, 2010
RMS will present Willy Wonka Jr. April 8-9
Rosemount Middle School will present Willy Wonka Jr. at 7 p.m. April 8-9. The show features story elements and songs from both the original Gene Wilder movie and the more recent version starring Jonny Depp, as well as some original songs. RMS choir teacher Colleen Martin-Oake said...
April 8, 2010 - 12:14pm
April 2, 2010
District will examine middle schools
Independent School District 196 is taking a closer look at what makes a middle school successful. A district steering committee will start meeting April 6 to talk about the schedule, structure, curriculum and just about everything else in place at the middle level. The discussion...
April 2, 2010 - 12:21pm
March 5, 2010
Letter: Middle school sports cuts make sense
To the editor, A huge thank you is in order to Mark Parr and the members of the task force who decided that the middle school needs to cut three sports. I am sure it also was a very difficult decision. There are many, many opportunities now for children to participate in activities...
March 5, 2010 - 11:16am
February 26, 2010
Editorial: Middle school sports changes make sense
Budget cuts in a school district are rarely popular and cutting sports isn't likely to win many friends, but Independent School District 196 has taken a reasonable approach to adjusting its middle school sports offerings. As reported on the front page of this week's Town Pages, a...
opinion / editorials / sports
February 26, 2010 - 10:32am
January 29, 2010
Future City: A student-eye vision of the future
In the future, there will be giant pyramids to provide housing and shopping in Egypt. There will be hydro-powered cities perched above Niagara Falls. There will be gleaming towers made of -- wait, is that tin foil? When you're building your vision of the future on a middle school...
January 29, 2010 - 9:55am
January 22, 2010
Rosemount middle school first trimester academic achievers
Sixth grade Kaitlyn Jean Adascheck, Ellen Jane Ailts, Alexa Kay Akemann, Brett M Anderson, Noah Thomas Anderson, Kristen Danielle Andrews, Sawyer Gene Barragan, Kaitlynn J Barrus, Larissa Elizabeth Bastyr, Elizabeth Ruth Berg, Andrew Joseph Berkebile, Angela Rose Bodine, Carissa...
January 22, 2010 - 1:54pm
September 18, 2009
RMS starts the year with sad news
The new school year started with tears at Rosemount Middle School. RMS communication interaction program teacher Maheen Naz Butt died Aug. 30, the night before teachers were set to gather for their first workshop. Butt was diagnosed with glandular cancer on Aug. 6. RMS principal...
September 18, 2009 - 10:36am
August 21, 2009
Principals see progress despite AYP listing
Mary Thompson knows there are areas where her school can improve. But the Rosemount Middle School principal also believes the education her students get now is better than it was four years ago. No matter what the state's list of schools failing to make adequate academic progress...
high school / education
August 21, 2009 - 1:57pm