Another Dew Days in the books
The rain came late Friday night and for a while in the afternoon on Saturday, but it wasn't enough to dampen spirits at Farmington's Dew Days. We've...
Larson is Miss Farmington 2013
Miranda Larson will rule over Dew Days. The recent Farmington High School graduate was crowned Miss Farmington Tuesday night in a ceremony at Boeckm...
The Castle Rock Valley Cemetery lies nestled away on a hill, surrounded by a grove of trees which, in turn, is surrounded by acres and acres of fields. It’s a quiet place, where people go to mourn, or to celebrate a life. To cherish memories, and to simply spend time visiting the graves of loved ones. Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Castle Rock Valley Cemetery observed its 150th anniversaryRELATED CONTENT
The Farmington School Board is looking for a few residents who are willing to offer their input on issues related to the district’s finances. At a workshop meeting Monday, citizen’s finance committee chair Laura Beem announced plans to appoint six or so residents to a committee that will advise the board on the district’s budget, debt refinancing and facility issues, among other things.RELATED CONTENT
Think your cookies are the best around? Enter them in the Dakota County Library's Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest as part of Dew Days. Then check out the rest of the calendar of events to see what else is going on this next week.RELATED CONTENT
The Dakota County Sheriff’s office is looking for some help identifying two individuals suspected of breaking into Peine Plumbing in Empire Township last week.RELATED CONTENT
Farmington police are looking for help in locating a teenager who may be trying to scam residents by claiming to raise money for a school fundraiser.RELATED CONTENT
When the Minnesota Legislature agreed to provide funding for districts that want to offer all-day kindergarten, it removed one barrier to the program in local schools. But there are still plenty of questions to answer before classes start in the fall of 2104.RELATED CONTENT
A 32-year-old Inver Grove Heights woman died and another individual was seriously injured May 30 in a head-on collision on County Road 46 near Blaine Avenue in Empire Township.RELATED CONTENT
When Sen. Greg Clausen was elected last fall it was clear education would be a focus. The former Rosemount High School principal has experience in the area, and he knows how important a good education is.RELATED CONTENT
I feel like it’s been a long time since I’ve used this space to talk about biking. Maybe you’re OK with that. Maybe you’ve noticed, and you were keeping quiet because you thought I’d forget.RELATED CONTENT
A word of thanks for all of the work and donations to bring US flags to downtown Farmington.
Daycare providers are dedicated to helping parents and schools raise the future of the world, writer says.
The Farmington girls 4x400 relay saved its best performance of the season for last. The Tiger foursome of Maria Kiminski, Alicia Hett, Megan Graham and Izzie Ferm ran a season-best time of 3 minutes, 55.73 seconds to earn second place and all-state honors Saturday afternoon at the Class 2A state track meet in St. PaulRELATED CONTENT
A couple of bad breaks early on set the tone for Farmington’s second straight 0-2 showing at the Class 3A state tournament in North Mankato.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys track team accomplished its goal of getting all three of its relays to Saturday’s finals at the Class 2A state track meet. The 4x800 came away with the highest finish, breaking its own school record with a fifth-place time of 7 minutes, 57.89 seconds.RELATED CONTENT