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District 196 is on track to have a new name and new principal for the district's newest elementary school by the end of 2016. The district is looking for the public's help to select a name for Elementary 19, located at the southwest corner of County Road 46 and Diamond Path in Lakeville. The building is at the intersection where Apple Valley, Rosemount, Lakeville and Empire Township all meet.
The city of Rosemount Public Works Department is asking for the public's help to make sure storm drains throughout the city are clear. The city is responsible for maintaining more than 85 miles of storm sewers throughout Rosemount. This includes inspecting, cleaning, and maintaining more than 5,000 stormwater structures, as well as sweeping to ensure the drains remain free of leaves and other debris.
Community members will have the chance to learn about the impacts of a proposed 2017 construction project at the intersection of Highway 52 and County Road 42 at an open house this week. Project partners Dakota County and the city of Rosemount will host an open house on the project from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Rosemount Community Center.
Inver Hills Community College is seeking comments from the public about the college in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. The college will host a visit March 20-22, 2017, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission. Inver Hills Community College has been accredited by HLC since 1976. The team will review the institution's ongoing ability to meet HLC's Criteria for Accreditation.
Marina Farmer, a student at Parkview Elementary School in Rosemount, has been named the Student of the Week for Oct. 13, 2016. As a fifth grade band student playing a...
The Rosemount High School Theater Department will present their fall show, "A Night at the Theatre: Three Short Comedies," beginning Thursday, Oct. 13. The short comedies will begin with "Audience," by Michael Frayn, an amusing satire about audiences by the author of Noises Off takes place in the seats of a West End theatre. The second show is "Take Five" by Westley M. Pederson, a delightful play filled with surprises and zany characters that is pure entertainment.
The Rosemount High School Marching Band earned the Youth in Music Grand Champion Award and took first place in Class 4A competition at the Youth in Music (YIM) Marching Band Championships at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 8. The event featured 24 high school marching bands from across Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota that marched in field show competition. In addition to taking first place in Class 4A, the Marching Irish also earned the caption award for Outstanding Color Guard.
The Rosemount High School Marching Band Drumline participated in WE Day MN at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul on Tuesday, Sept. 20. The students performed on stage with...
The Dakota County Technical College Lions Club will host International Club President Bob Corlew during a banquet on campus on Friday, Oct. 7. Corlew, who oversees Lions Club International's 1.4 million members, will visit the campus as part of a tour to promote the organization's 2016 theme "New Mountains to Climb." Additionally, Corlew will present a $1,000 donation from Lions International to the DCTC Foundation.
Get ready to kick up your feet and pick up a stein during the Rosemount Area Arts Council's first Oktoberfest, a new event organizers hope will cast a wider net in the Rosemount community. "Everyone loves to go to northeast Minneapolis to drink beer and polka, so we thought we'd try an event for a few hours on a Friday night to see what the community thinks," said RAAC Program Chair Joanne Johnson.