It will take years to come to fruition but eventually residents will be able to walk, bike or run around Dakota County. With the help of cities within it, county planners have put together a plan to interconnect green areas countywide.
The Farmington Independent, 11/24/2010
The Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce will host a candidate forum from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at city hall.
The first hour of the forum will focus on the on legislative races.
The Farmington Independent, 09/23/2010
The Dakota Communications Center has postponed hiring a new executive director until after the New Year. Interim executive director Diane Lind will continue to lead the 911 dispatch center until then.
The Farmington Independent, 07/23/2010
A young man was shot and killed early Monday night at the Car Spa Car Wash. Police responded to the incident shortly after 6 p.m.
The Farmington Independent, 07/13/2010
The Dakota Communications Center executive committee has recommended Diane Lind be named the interim executive director for the center. The board of directors will vote June 17 on whether to approve the recommendation.
The Farmington Independent, 06/18/2010
A few hang ups have delayed the decision on a new executive director for the Dakota Communications Center, current director Kent Therkelsen said. So the board of directors will have to pick an interim director during their June 17 meeting.
The Farmington Independent, 06/10/2010
After 40 years of service the Community Action Council has a new name. In January the community service organization became 360 Communities. It will go under the new moniker from here on out.
The Farmington Independent, 02/07/2010
As the 1,000 or so soldiers with the 34th Infantry Division return from Iraq they will undergo more training. But unlike the training they received to go to war, this time they will learn how to adapt to the world they left a year ago.
The Farmington Independent, 02/04/2010
The first wave of 34th Infantry Division soldiers will return to Minnesota from a year-long deployment in Iraq Sunday according to a release from the Minnesota National Guard.
The Farmington Independent, 01/22/2010
Dakota Communications Center executive director Kent Therkelsen has announced he will retire this spring.
“In 2006 when I got involved with this I wanted to be part of a start-up project. It’s been my plan all along to leave when I felt that there was good operational stability,” said Therkelsen. “I think that’s where we’re at.”
The Farmington Independent, 01/14/2010
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