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An accident Jan. 20 at the intersection of Highway 3 and County Road 42 sent one to the hospital. While the exact cause of the accident is being investigated, it is likely slick roads contributed to the collision between a car and truck. The woman driving the car suffered a head injury, said fire chief Scott Aker. The injury was not life threatening but the woman was transported by Health East to Regions Hospital for treatment. Aker said the male driver of the truck was not injured in the accident. The Town Pages will update this story as more information becomes available.
ST. Joseph Catholic Church held installation ceremonies Jan. 15 for new pastor Paul Jarvis. Jarvis replaced Father Tom Hill, who retired last June after 14 years at the church. The installation ceremony was held at the church's 10:30 a.m. service. Church members held a "heavenly pot luck" afterward.
The Dakota County Sheriff's office will hold an eight-week citizen academy starting March 1. The program, similar to an academy held by the Rosemount police department, is designed so citizens can learn more about the issues facing law enforcement in local communities.
The Isaiah Group aims to open dialogue with governing officials to build better communities.
A smoldering fire at Dakota Wood Grinding has been a headache for employees at the facility as well as several fire departments since late December. But owner John Guillemette said the flames are finally out and the company is returning to business as normal. Dakota Wood Grinding chips wood to be used as fuel at the District Energy Power Plant in St. Paul. One of the generators at the plant broke down for seven months and the wood chips started to pile up. Guillemette said the company stored a large pile at their location off of Clayton Avenue in Coates.
25 years ago From the January 15, 1987 edition of the Dakota County Tribune New city hall features space Moving into the new Rosemount City Hall was like moving into a new home for Rosemount planner Dean Johnson. In the midst of scraps, paint cans and smudged windows, Johnson went through the building last week to assess the situation before the Jan. 10 move.... The new building is home to city staff and police as of Jan. 12. The building is closer to the downtown area and its address is 2875 145th St. W., Rosemount....
Extra Dakota County DWI enforcement campaigns in December resulted in 34 DWI arrests. That number does not include the arrests made by officers that were working regular shifts for their cities. Dakota County is among the Minnesota's top 13 counties with the highest number of combined alcohol-related traffic deaths and serious injuries. To combat the deadly behavior, extra DWI patrols will saturate Dakota County roads through September 2012. In December of 2011, participating officers stopped 759 vehicles and issued 176 citations for traffic- and equipment-related violations.
January 2 Assault, third degree, substantial bodily harm, 13600 block of Darwin Way Juvenile, curfew violation, suspicious activity, 13800 block of Birchwood Ave. Criminal property damage, fourth degree, value less than $500, 3400 block of 144th St. W. Found animal, Cornell Trail West and Shannon Parkway January 3 Domestic disturbance, 13700 block of Atwood Ave. January 4 Assault, terroristic threats, 15000 block of Crestone Ave.
Air Force Airman 1st Class Matthew J.
Josh A Webster Josh A. Webster of Rosemount graduated from The Art Institutes International Minnesota Dec. 17, 2011. Webster earned a bachelor of science degree in media arts and animation. Jennifer Saunders Scholarships were awarded to 39 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students for international travel during the spring 2012 semester. Jennifer Saunders of Rosemount received a $1,000 award from the Global Awareness-Williams/Rhoades Scholarship Fund. She is a sophomore studying social work and French. Saunders will study in France.