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Council decision expected soon
Fire Muster organizers offer a substitute for canceled festival
About a third of students choose all distance learning
Pandemic interrupted international touring schedule
Some families choosing all distance learning
President: Committee’s decision was unanimous
Stores won’t allow indoor purchase for those who aren’t wearing masks
Council adds YMCA as nonprofit beneficiary
All seasons will end before Nov. 1
Thursday night’s meeting will include recommendation
The Dakota Child and Family Clinic, 2530 Horizon Drive, Burnsville, is offering free drive-thru COVID-19 testing Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Lakeville Area School District will start the K-12 school year 2020-21 in a hybrid model, which will be a combination of learning at school and from home in distance learning.
Apple Valley resident says networking, positive attitude are keys
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District will roll out its learning plan for the start of the 2020-21 school year during its regular meeting Aug. 13.
Up to 1,500 spectators will be admitted for Saturday’s program
Spring season places high school programs, club teams in conflict
MSHSL board allows other fall sports to start Aug. 17
Eligible city costs dwarf CARES allocation
The Farmington Area School District said on Wednesday it will head back-to-school with a hybrid of in-person and online classes after the state released COVID-19-related guidelines in its Safe Learning Plan for 2020-21 on July 30.
The Lakeville Area School District said on Friday it will present a detailed back-to-school plan on or before Aug. 14 after the state released COVID-19-related guidelines in its Safe Learning Plan for 2020-21 on July 30.
Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School district students and staff will begin the 2020-21 school year with a combination of learning at home and at school, district officials announced July 30.
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will announce next week its plans for returning to school, Superintendent Theresa Battle said Thursday in a message on the district's website. Plans will include an option for parents to choose full distance learning, she said. The first day of sch…
Apple Valley resident raises almost $5,000 for Habitat for Humanity