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Community members are invited to apply for open positions on the Community Advisory Council to Flint Hills Resources' Pine Bend refinery. The council provides community members an opportunity to discuss issues and make recommendations to Flint Hills Resources regarding environmental, safety and other issues of concern to the citizens living within close proximity of the refinery. Council members serve in a voluntary capacity to advise and make recommendations to Flint Hills Resources.
Parents in District 196 who are interested in becoming involved in district-wide conversations regarding curriculum, instruction and assessment are encouraged to apply for membership on the district's Curriculum and Instruction Advisory Council (CIAC).
Sen. Greg Clausen, DFL—Apple Valley, Rep. Anna Wills, R—Rosemount, and Rep. Erin Maye Quade, DFL—Apple Valley, will hold a town hall meeting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 11, at Falcon Ridge Middle School in Apple Valley. Constituents from across the district are invited to attend. "I look forward to speaking with my constituents directly and hearing their priorities for the session," said Clausen. "Town halls are an excellent way for our community to make their voices heard at the Legislature."
Longtime Pine Bend refinery Fire Chief Pete Herpst, retired last week after being a key part of the refinery's fire department for more than a quarter century.
Emergency personnel were called to Rosemount High School at approximately 10 a.m. on Friday, March 3 to respond to a medical emergency. In a statement, RHS Principal John Wollersheim said a physical education faculty member "suffered a medical emergency during class." Students at RHS were held in their third period class during the incident. Students were released to fourth period around 10:30 a.m. Students and staff in need of extra support have been invited to visit the counseling office, Wollersheim said.
The Rosemount High School winter guard team is halfway through their season and is keeping their sights, aim and ambitions high. The team is comprised of 19 members of all grade levels, most of whom performed last fall as part of the award-winning Rosemount High School Marching Band's color guard unit.
Farmington High School student Victoria Almquist and Rosemount High School student Kaitlyn Stock have been awarded $500 scholarships from the Dakota County Regional Charitable Foundation. They are among five female students who will be presented with the awards at the Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s WomEn’s Conference Thursday, March 9, in Burnsville.
Residents of the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools District 196 are encouraged to share their ideas for a new model of education in Minnesota that is designed for the success of all students. A community conversation on the topic is scheduled for 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 8 at the Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Parkway in Burnsville (enter Door #1 on the upper level).
A 42-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman were found dead in a Rosemount home in what appears to be a murder-suicide, investigators reported. The female victim, Alicia Ann Keilen, died from multiple gunshot wounds, the Hennepin County medical examiner's office said in a statement. Her death was ruled a homicide. Justin Joseph Keilen, 42, was found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. His death was ruled a suicide, the statement said.
The Rosemount Area Hockey Association Mite White team came together Sunday, Feb. 5, to support The Sandwich Project Minnesota, thesandwichprojectmn.org, an organization that collects and delivers sandwiches to the homeless. The 15 members of the team, along with parents and siblings, put together 150 sandwiches that were taken to a local drop-off site. The sandwiches were then delivered to a local food shelf in Minneapolis to be distributed to families in need.