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This week's Pet of the Week is Popsicle, a dilute tortoiseshell. She is estimated at 3-5 years old. Popsicle has been neutered and has had her front paws declawed. She is shy at times but is a nice and loving cat. If you are interested in adopting Popsicle or another animal, contact the Shamrock Animal Hospital. The cost to adopt Popsicle is $135 Shamrock Animal Hospital is located at 14390 S. Robert Trail in Rosemount. Phone: 651-423-3565
Rosemount High School's fall sports season officially kicked off Aug. 13 with the beginning of full team practices. Rosemount athletes were out in force, and we were there to document the day in pictures and video.
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25 years ago From the Aug. 13, 1987 edition of the Dakota County Tribune Ace golfer Jim Blissenbach of Rosemount shot a hole in one Wednesday, July 29 at Parkview Golf Club while competing in the Parkview junior league. Blissenbach, 14, scored the ace on the 110-yard 16th hole, using a 9-iron. He will be a freshman at St. Thomas Academy in the fall. 50 years ago From the Aug. 9, 1962 edition of the Dakota County Tribune Rosemount News Mrs.
These brothers are looking for a fun and loving home. Tuck and Roll are both 14 weeks old, they are both up to date on their vaccines and they are both neutered. If you would like to learn more about Tuck and Roll you can contact the Shamrock Animal Hospital.
To the editor, Greg Clausen is an outstanding educator and leader. He's now running for the Minnesota Senate, offering his marvelous skills and experience for another level of public service. His wisdom, insight and dedication to young people are unsurpassed. He is a superb problem solver, bringing compassion and excellent listening to the table to find common ground and achieve positive results. I've known Greg for over 25 years and in working with him have come to know that he is a person of his word. Please join me in voting for Greg Clausen on Aug. 14 and on Nov.
The place was blessedly packed for Peter Hausmann's Memorial Mass, on the fifth anniversary of the I-35W Bridge collapse and his heroic attempt to save others in the Mississippi River. Not only were St. Joe's parishioners packing the pews; folks from all around Dakota County and the Twin Cities were there in support of the Hausmanns and St. Joe's parishioners. Rosemount mayor Bill Droste and numerous city administrators and officials joined the somber and joyful gathering. Perhaps one of the finest eulogies I have ever heard was given by Peter and Helen Hausmann's daughter Justina.
Sitting in the room Monday night as the Rosemount City Council interviewed its three police chief finalists, one thing quickly became clear: Rosemount was going to hire an excellent chief. All three of the finalists -- Apple Valley captain Michael Marben, longtime Rosemount lieutenant Jewel Ericson and Burnsville captain Eric Werner, the council's eventual choice -- were impressive in their answers to council members and their ideas of what an effective police department should look like. While each had his own style, all three had some similar ideas.
Three incoming freshman volleyball players at Rosemount High School -- Katie Kalinowski, Brittany McLean and Erin Slinde -- were part of a Northern Lights 14-1's Junior Olympic team that placed 15th at the AAU Girls Junior National Championships June 20-23 in Orlando. The team went on to place 10th in the USAV Girls Junior National Championships in Columbus, Ohio, June 30-July 3. McLean and Slinde also tried out for the USA Volleyball High Performance Training Teams. Slinde made the A3 Youth Team and attended camp in Edmond, Okla., earlier this month.
The Rosemount Black Sox seemed to get a big hit every time they needed one during their three-game winning streak last week. Those clutch hits were nowhere to be found Sunday afternoon against the Rochester Royals. The Sox pounded out 10 hits, including three apiece from Brady Loew and Mark Radmacher, but left 12 runners on base in a 3-2 setback. "The lineup looked pretty spectacular offensively," Rosemount player/manager Lance Anderson said. "We just didn't put the hits together." Still, the Sox led 2-1 through eight innings thanks to another quality start from Michael Robohm.