Scott Carver Dakota Community Action Partnership (CAP) clients will be able to stop by One Fine Day Salon in Savage for a day of hair beauty on April 13.
Motorists will need to find an alternate route to access Black Dog Road from northbound Interstate-35W in Burnsville on Sunday, March 24, because of high water from the Minnesota River.
Seventeen Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District high school students had top finishes at state business competitions earlier this month and qualified for national competitions that will be held later this spring.
School District 191 announced two school leadership changes that will take place for the 2019-20 school year. Elizabeth Vaught, current principal at Neill Elementary, will be moving to William Byrne STEM Elementary, and current Byrne Principal Lyle Bomsta will be moving to Neill.
District 191 School Board members voted March 14 to cut their pay and had a final review of proposed budget cuts they’re expected to approve in June.
Several teams representing multiple Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan District schools had top finishes at metro-area tournaments in February and March and qualified to compete at the Destination Imagination state tournament March 23.
The League of Women Voters Dakota County will host a public forum concerning the past and future of redistricting in Minnesota on Thursday, March 28, 6-7:30 p.m. at Burnsville City Hall, 100 Civic Center Pkwy., Burnsville. The event was previously slated to be held at Burnhaven Library.
Dakota County residents can learn more about local volunteering opportunities for individuals, families and groups at the annual Dakota County Spring Volunteer Resource Fair on Tuesday, April 2.
In collaboration with School District 191 Community Education, the Youth Dance Ensemble of Burnsville will present a modern dance concert on Monday, March 11, at 7 p.m. at the Mraz Center at Burnsville High School.
Teacher Lynwood Meyer and secretary Deb Lesch from the Dakota Ridge special education school in Apple Valley looked apprehensive before jumping into Crystal Lake in Burnsville during the 14th annual South Metro Polar Plunge on Saturday, Feb. 23. Polar Plunge is a statewide event sponsored by…
The city of Burnsville has received the 2018 Laserfiche Run Smarter Award. Laserfiche, a global provider of enterprise content management software, launched the Run Smarter Awards in 2005 to honor organizations that take an innovative approach to managing content and automating processes to …
The two workshops scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Dakota County Extension and Conservation Center will be postponed to Friday, Feb. 22, due to weather. The first session will start at 9:30 a.m., followed by an afternoon session starting at 1:30 p.m.