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.
The Eastview High School Business Professionals of America program recently had a successful weekend at the state conference, according to the school.
The Eastview High School speech team recently had a successful weekend at the national qualifying tournament, the school reported.
The parking lot outside of Argosy University in Eagan was filled with cars and inside, students gathered in small groups. Some grabbed their official transcripts, while others spoke with instructors.
Fifteen Eastview High School DECA members recently qualified for the State DECA Conference and competed in Minneapolis against over 2,400 other DECA members from around the state, the school said.
Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced its winners of the ninth annual WomEn’s Leadership Forum Women of Excellence Awards.
Several community leaders came together for a bowl-painting party Feb. 19 at Color Me Mine Eagan, which is one of the presenting sponsors of the Empty Bowls fundraiser for The Open Door Pantry.
Trinity School at River Ridge, a Christian high school in Eagan, presents Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” 7:30 p.m. March 15-16 at the school.
The Eagan Foundation has awarded $16,000 in grants to 21 nonprofit organizations to meet critical community needs. This year’s awards reflect a focus on shelter and housing for the homeless, services for at-risk youth, food and nutrition, services to help move low-income families toward stab…
The Eastview High School dance team placed third in both Jazz and High Kick on Friday and Saturday at the State Dance Meet at Xcel Target Center in Minneapolis. Eastview scored 739 out of 800 in the preliminary round of Jazz, and 749 in the finals. The team scored 707 in the High Kick prelim…
Ben Ziemann can still remember his childhood fascination with the technology Disney used to make things seem lifelike at its parks.
Eastview High School students Zharia Armstrong and Calonna Carlisle were among 22 high school students from around the Twin Cities to participate in the Inaugural Biennial Winter Cotillion at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest in Brooklyn Park, Feb. 16.
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.
The School of Environmental Studies in Apple Valley held its annual Environmental College and Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 12.