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Students, mentors team up to strive for success
Michigan man pleads guilty to criminal sexual conduct charges
Interim DCTC president honored by workforce development board
County share of tax bill will get smaller
Keeping teens safe on the roads
crime and courts
Boys swimming: Three-for-three
Girls basketball: Potential shows against Jefferson
Gymnastics: Irish continue SSC win streak
Boys hockey: Full-strength Irish fall in OT
Girls hockey: Rosemount still winless at season's halfway point
RHS teacher, student team up on a ‘Christmas gift to Rosemount’
Your weekend: Christmas at the Steeple Center is Saturday
Your weekend: Big craft sale is this weekend
Huge craft show takes over Rosemount Community Center Saturday
arts and entertainment
Emil J. Viskocil, 98
Bernice M. Borgen, 96
Joanne C. Richardson, 76
Avenelle M. Scobie, 98
LuVerne L. Radtke, 79
Editorial: Mentoring program is worth striving for
Nathan Hansen's column: Everyone's got a story to tell
Andrea Langworthy's column: Sunday school
Student voices: Kassie reflects on four years of growth
Many have helped Diamond Path student
Postponement David & Julie Wallick vs. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Robert & Wanda Lathrop vs. Fleet National Bank
Estate of Carlson/Jonas Property File No. CD-13-6
Sue and Timothy Chaffin Mortgage Foreclosure Postponement
Kathryn and Lawrence Kaminski Mortgage Foreclosure Postponement
August 16, 2012
Counties ask for financial assistance for storm damage
BEMIDJI — Beltrami, Cass and Itasca Counties, along with American Indian tribes in the area, have collaborated to deliver a resolution to Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, asking for financial assistance for the $3.3 million in storm damage the counties accumulated this summer. Dayton...
news / region
August 16, 2012 - 9:02pm
After cutting police force, town weighs decision
By Tom Robertson, MPR News 91.3 FM FERTILE – More than 10 years ago, officials in this small northwestern Minnesota town did away with its police department. In another effort to save local tax money, officials decided in 2010 to drop the town’s contract with the Polk County sheriff’s...
news / local
August 16, 2012 - 12:22am
August 15, 2012
Dayton asks federal government for storm loans
ST. PAUL – Gov. Mark Dayton wants the federal Small Business Administration to make low-interest loans available to repair homes and businesses and businesses damaged by storms and flooding in June. Meanwhile, state leaders are aiming for a special legislative session Aug. 24 to...
August 15, 2012 - 10:59pm
House members' VIP loans excluded from subpoena
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Democratic committee chairman overrode his own subpoena three years ago in an investigation of former subprime mortgage...
August 15, 2012 - 9:32am
Online auction aims to help deliver food to needy
BEMIDJI – The non-profit agency North Country Food Bank will be holding an online auction to raise funds for a new distribution trailer. The auction, open to the public from Sept. 9-23, will feature an array of different items, ranging from jewelry to outdoor furniture. “Need...
news / local
August 15, 2012 - 1:38am
January 13, 2011
County offers help for homeowners facing foreclosure
Need counseling help to make the mortgage payments to avoid foreclosures? The Dakota County Community Development Agency has a mortgage foreclosure prevention program in place.
news / government
January 13, 2011 - 11:11am
October 26, 2010
The new guy in town
Todd Grace has thought about working for Edward Jones since college. The Wisconsin transplant knew it was a good company to work for, but he just couldn't commit to staying in one place for long. At least not until recently. "I looked at it out of college but I didn't want to settle...
business / / news
October 26, 2010 - 8:00am
September 28, 2010
Seminar aims to explain Social Security
In most cases people don't consider living longer a bad thing. But for those who haven't saved enough for retirement it can become a costly burden. Social security is available to help, but as Edward Jones consultant Stacey Bartelson knows, it's usually not enough to maintain most...
news / business /
September 28, 2010 - 8:00am
September 9, 2010
Classes offer help with job search
Times are tough, and more than ever people looking for employment need as much help as they can get. The Dakota Workforce Center has recognized that and is trying to reach out to people where they live. The center will sponsor four classes at the Robert Trail Library to help residents...
news / education
September 9, 2010 - 10:25am
February 24, 2009
Pawlenty ready to take any federal money
ST. PAUL -- The Pawlenty administration plans to spend all federal economic stimulus money that it can get its hands on - estimated at $4 billion. That announcement on Monday came weeks after Gov. Tim Pawlenty criticized the package and hinted he would reject federal funds. "We...
February 24, 2009 - 7:40am
August 1, 2008
City is doing what it can to save money
One of the challenges the city faces this summer as it prepares its budget for next year is the same one our citizens and businesses confront: how much will energy costs go up? Our providers of fuel and utilities aren't making any predictions. But clearly, the prudent thing to do...
August 1, 2008 - 12:00am
May 23, 2008
Legislature provides new money for schools
Independent School District 196 will get an additional $1.6 million from the State of Minnesota this year, but finance director Jeff Solomon doesn't expect the district to go on any spending sprees. The one-time money, approved by Minnesota legislators near the end of this year's...
May 23, 2008 - 12:00am