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Council will continue live meetings
Tigers were to face Totino-Grace on Friday
The state of Minnesota's Emergency Executive Order directing residents to Stay Safe is in place. Starting Friday, Nov. 20 at 11:59 p.m., the state's Dial Back, Minnesota pause will begin. Find all of the information on the Dial Back, Minnesota website here.
The city of Lakeville is making the following changes in its operations due to the new executive orders related to spread of COVID-19.
In accordance with Gov. Tim Walz’s recent executive order temporarily closing bars, restaurants and entertainment venues because of rising COVID-19 cases, Burnsville’s Ames Center will be closed to the public through Dec. 18.
As Minnesota hurtles through the uncharted territory of alarming coronavirus spread, record hospitalizations and deaths from the virus, it’s time for a gut check.
Sports ‘pause’ takes effect at midnight Friday
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday imposed four weeks worth of new COVID-19 restrictions as the spread spiked to an all-time high, shutting down bars, restaurants and fitness centers, while pausing social gatherings and organized amateur sports.
Organized youth sports – including Minnesota State High School League events – must pause for four weeks beginning midnight Friday, Nov. 20, under an emergency executive order issued by Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday night.
All students to be in this learning model through mid-January
Commissioners Slavik and Atkins to be joined by public health expert in Nov. 18 event
First-round games are Tuesday night
District 191 Superintendent Theresa Battle announced on Nov. 13 that the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage district’s elementary schools — including pre-kindergarten programs — will transition to distance learning beginning on Nov. 30
The Farmington Area School District was the latest to decide to move to full-time distance learning in the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases in Dakota County and the local school community.
Not all Minnesota districts allowing athletes to continue playing
Increase in current 14-day case averages precipitates change
It’s the first local district to make this move
With new cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Dakota and Scott counties, District 191 middle and high schools will transition to distance learning beginning on Nov. 19. The last day of in-person instruction as part of the hybrid model will take place on Friday, Nov. 13, the Burnsville-Eagan-Sava…
Offers beer, pizza and — when the time is right — a large taproom
Closure during pandemic was considered
Game will be Irish’s second in four days
But school funding picture appears grim
Limited attendance at indoor events being allowed
Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District sixth through 12th grade students will move a hybrid to a full-time distance learning model on Thursday, Nov. 12, the district said on its website Oct. 30.
Lakeville North now will play East Ridge at 5 p.m. Thursday