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Be proactive against Grinch-like porch pirates
Minnesota economy chugs on, but slowdown on the horizon
Attention commuters: Overnight lane closures coming on I-494/694 near Woodbury
Greater MSP talks with Rosemount Port Authority about future development
Minnesota again posts highest voter turnout in the country
crime and courts
Boys' Basketball: Rosemount relies on depth and defense
Farmington, Rosemount boys' swimming face off in first dual meet of season
Irish boys' hockey stays undefeated after dismantling Chaska
Rosemount girls' basketball starts 2-0 with a pair of blowout wins
Irish girls' hockey drop three in a row after starting 2-0
Health briefs: Community Conversation gets people talking about mental health
Farmington auto repair shop doubles as art gallery
Q&A: It's flu season — here's what you need to know
'Sisterhood' offers empathetic ear following cancer diagnosis
Celebrating Oktoberfest in Rosemount
arts and entertainment
TCF National Bank VS Ebert PP
FORECLOSURE SALE: Victor Clement and Eunice Apreala
Summons: Priscilla Vergara and Beny Barrita-Romero
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure: TCF National Bank v Katherine Kladt
FORECLOSURE SALE: Mary and Stanton Sawdey 16-1242-FC01
What about those gift cards? Billions of dollars of cards go unused
Dog House opens full-service pet care business in Farmington
A place to stitch and relax: New yarn shop opens in downtown Hastings
Hampton restaurant reopened after fire
Community can shop local with passports on Small Business Saturday
Place a Business Announcement
Thomas Joe Preston
Fern Juenke Lord
Gloria Deanne Galle
James C. Hanson
Robert Gust Anderson
A century of loving life, loving art: Dillon has plenty of parties planned
Letter: Reauthorize funding for conservation initiatives
Column: Develop a more effective flu vaccine
Column: Yellow Ribbon Cookie Walk evolves into Cookies for Vets
Viewpoint: This holiday season, remember our isolated and lonely friends and neighbors
Editorial: Don't be skating on thin ice
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February 20, 2014
Editorial: Support the food shelf in March
How lean are things these days at Rosemount’s food shelf? Consider the spaghetti sauce. The pasta topping is usually a staple at the food shelf. It’s something they always have in abundance. Except now they don’t.
February 20, 2014 - 12:36pm
February 15, 2014
Andrea Langworthy's column: Happy birthday, Facebook
In honor of its 10th birthday, Facebook sent gifts to its members — a video tableau of photos and most-liked posts from the member’s page, the present is set to music and lasts a minute. Once the gift is opened, recipients can share it with their friends on the social media site. ...
February 15, 2014 - 8:00am
February 13, 2014
Editorial: Keep meetings as open as possible
On Monday night the Farmington City Council and the Farmington School Board both held workshop meetings. Both groups addressed issues that will affect finances and other aspects of the organizations those boards represent. There was an important difference between the meetings, though. ...
February 13, 2014 - 10:40am
February 10, 2014
Student voices: Happiness isn't all about money
About this time last year, when I was a junior in high school, I decided I was really interested in doing PSEO. PSEO stands for post-secondary enrollment option. A couple of my friends chose PSEO and loved it so I got a little more information and eventually decided to enroll. PSEO...
February 10, 2014 - 8:00am
February 9, 2014
Chuck Brooks' column: Getting crafty
I think I have an amusing story to share with you this week regarding crafts. Yes, I said crafts. I have always wanted to be artsy/craftsy. My father desperately wanted me to understand the basic components of a car’s engine, but I wanted nothing to do with anything...
February 9, 2014 - 8:00am
Chuck Brooks' column: Teaching goes beyond what's on the curriculum
It’s finally February. I thought January would never end. In 32 years, I’ve never had to listen to talk of “adding student-contact” days. It’s been surreal on some levels. I’ve heard from some former students who are now freshmen in college, and they can’t believe school...
February 9, 2014 - 8:00am
February 8, 2014
Andrea Langworthy's column: A road to betterment
It’s a little late in life but I am trying to be a more evolved person. With that in mind, as I wrote in a previous column, I watch Oprah’s hour-long “Super Soul Sunday” every week. After each new show, the network airs two hours of previously-shown broadcasts. Ones...
February 8, 2014 - 8:00am
February 7, 2014
Nathan Hansen's column: Nevermind the evil laughter
Bit by bit, room by room, environmental inconvenience by environmental inconvenience, I have begun to exert my control over the weather patterns in my home. It didn’t used to be like this. For most of the six years I’ve owned my house I’ve mostly been happy to take things...
February 7, 2014 - 8:00am
February 2, 2014
Chuck Brooks' column: What was your name again?
I am happy to announce I survived another parent/teacher conference event. Each round gets a little more uncertain for me, however. After 32 years of teaching, the memory banks are full, and they don’t deal well with new information. One of the abilities I used to pride myself...
February 2, 2014 - 8:00am
February 1, 2014
Andrea Langworthy's column: An emotional night
It’s not always a given that my husband and I will watch the Grammy awards show. This year, though, we made it a requirement. Paul McCartney was supposed to perform. Ringo Starr, too. I had read they wouldn’t be on stage together but still, what a thrill. Sunday’s viewing...
February 1, 2014 - 8:00am
January 31, 2014
Nathan Hansen's column: Let me be serious for a minute
I like to make jokes. If you've read this column, you probably know that. Or maybe you didn’t realize I've been making jokes all this time and instead have been checking back each week for trenchant political commentary. If that's the case,I I’m pretty curious about your...
January 31, 2014 - 12:12pm
January 30, 2014
City column: Planned projects will benefit city
This month’s winter weather makes the construction season seem very far away. But even now, in the coldest weeks of the year, the city of Rosemount is busy planning for the projects residents will see under way this summer. Those projects will answer a lot of needs in our community....
January 30, 2014 - 12:19pm
Editorial: Do your part to fight crime
Crime happens even in seemingly quiet suburbs like Farmington and Rosemount. That’s not a surprise. Perhaps slightly more surprising is the idea that crime happens on the scale recorded on the front page of this week’s Independent Town Pages. Over the course of several months...
January 30, 2014 - 12:08pm
January 27, 2014
Kassie Klasen's column: Get rid of things on Craigslist
Most of us have bought something used, whether it is a car, a tractor, a book, it is always a nice affordable alternative to spending big bucks on something new. Well, how many of us have sold something used? Years ago before the internet entered the market of reselling...
January 27, 2014 - 8:00am
January 23, 2014
Editorial: DCTC project worthy of bonding money
Dakota County Technical College creates a skilled work force for our area. Their graduates go on to build our roads, run our trains, transport our goods and provide our health care. As such, we expect the school to deliver the best. This past year, DCTC has completed $7.23 million...
January 23, 2014 - 1:37pm