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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.
The Patrol Captains at Shannon Park Elementary School in Rosemount have been named Rosemount’s Students of the Week. The Shannon Park Patrol Captains serve as positive role models in the...
The Rosemount High School Marching Band took second place overall in the Golden Regiment Invitational marching band competition in Blue Springs, Missouri, on Saturday, Oct. 1. This is the first year the Marching Irish have participated in this competition, which included 23 bands from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Illinois and Minnesota.
Rylie Beisel, a student at Rosemount Elementary School, is this week's Student of the Week. Rylie, daughter of Stephanie and Cory Beisel, is a fifth grader in Mrs. Cance’s room...
The city of Rosemount will host a city-wide cleanup day from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Rosemount Public Works Facility, 14455 Brazil Avenue. Residents are welcome to participate in the event by dropping off unwanted items that are not normally collected by their residential solid waste haulers.
What should the city of Rosemount look like in the next 10, 15 and 20 years? Residents will have the chance to share their thoughts on the future of the...
Rosemount Crossing will host its second annual Fall Family Fun Festival from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24. Activities will include yoga, karate, food, fitness classes, nail polishing, pumpkin painting, a bounce house, wellness workshops and a pizza party/movie night. The majority of the events are free. The full event schedule includes: 8:30 a.m — Free yoga class (Platinum Yoga) 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. — Free bounce house (USA Karate) 10 a.m. — Free yoga class (Platinum Yoga)
The District 196 Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) has open positions for district staff and parents who have a child with special needs. The terms are for two years, beginning this fall. Members can serve consecutive terms.
An American Red Cross blood drive will be held on Thursday, Sept. 15 at the Rosemount Community Center in honor of Lilah Kelley, a Rosemount girl who was diagnosed with a rare cancer of the sympathetic nervous system when she was four years old. For the second year in a row, the blood drive will take place in conjunction with Alex's Lemonade Stand, a nationwide nonprofit that raises money to fight childhood cancer.