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The city of Apple Valley is reminding residents about the city regulations about food trucks with the arrival of the summer season.
On May 23, members of Daniel R. Olsen American Legion Post 594 participated in the street clean-up of Duckwood Drive under the city of Eagan’s Adopt-A-Street program.
Jonatan Munoz-Halvorson, a member of the Burnsville High School Class of 2020, and his fathe…
Lakeville South High School staff and community members helped send off the class of 2020 wi…
The city of Apple Valley is reminding residents about the city regulations about food trucks…
Jonatan Munoz-Halvorson, a member of the Burnsville High School Class of 2020, and his father, Gustavo Munoz, waved from their home on 134th Street in Burnsville Friday, June 5, as a caravan of BHS staff members paraded past in cars. The staff held three parades -- in the east, central and w…
Lakeville South High School staff and community members helped send off the class of 2020 with a parade as students came to the high school to pick up their caps, gowns and other graduation-related items in anticipation of the virtual ceremony Saturday, June 6. The ceremony will be broadcast…
Keeping in mind that just about everything right now is subject to change, can you tell me about your post-high school plans, what you plan to study and if you intend to compete in sports? Why did you decide to go in this direction?
North 20 receives unanimous support
Joint letter urges reminding customers of personal responsibility
Some south metro area Walmart stores are closed on May 29 after looting and rioting at other businesses in recent days in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Dear graduating seniors:
No question we’ve been handed bushels full of lemons this spring. Between staying at home as much as possible and worrying about the global pandemic, we have hit upon a sour note.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin held its presidential primary April 7. Many people claimed that voters should not be put in a position of having to choose between their health and their right to vote.