Memorial Day events set around Farmington
Farmington and surrounding townships will be able to pay tribute to the area’s deceased veterans, as plans are well under way for the 2013 Memorial Da...
Busy hands, happy hearts at First Presbyterian Church in Farmington
Hands busy trimming and pinning the material before her, 96-year-old Irene Spaniol shared a personal philosophy Tuesday morning. ”I think God gives e...
The city of Farmington will pay a consulting firm $22,000 to conduct a wage study to make sure city employees are being adequately compensated for their work.RELATED CONTENT
Several events are planned around the Farmington community in the next week. Check out our calendar to see what's coming up.RELATED CONTENT
Rebecca Lynn Graupmann of Farmington has been charged with two counts of manslaughter in the second degree and one count of endangerment of a child, one count of neglect of a child and interference with a death scene. The charges all relate to the death of 3-month-old Kaiden Robert Staebell. Graupmann was the child’s daycare provider.RELATED CONTENT
Farmington elementary school students had to come home early after a trip to Camp Pepin after several of them got sick.RELATED CONTENT
Farmington city planner Lee Smick knows how much things can change in eight years. That’s why she wants to know if the pre-existing plans for the Vermillion River Crossings commercial development are still good.RELATED CONTENT
Failure to finish an exterior housing project could lead to misdemeanor charges against the homeowner if a new city code amendment is approved by the Farmington City Council.RELATED CONTENT
A garden can be a wonderful thing. It is a way to get outside, to connect with the Earth, to bring more healthful foods into your day-to-day diet. It can also be much more than that, a fact that is becoming clearer all the time in Farmington and Rosemount.RELATED CONTENT
A few weeks ago in this space I wrote about a survey that found Minnesota was one of the country’s hot spots for finding a sugar daddy. Now it seems Twin Cities residents are signing up in droves at whatsyourprice.com, a dating website that promises to remove the complications from matchmaking by allowing users to bid actual cash for a date with people they find attractive.RELATED CONTENT
Meadowview Elementary phy-ed teacher encourages families to get outside and get some exercise.
Local Democratic party chair thanks Rep. Pat Garofalo supporting the right for same-sex couples to marry.
A lot of good came from last Thursday’s doubleheader against Shakopee, even if Farmington didn’t get the sweep it needed to share the Missota Conference title with the Sabers for the second straight year.RELATED CONTENT
Defender Kylee Glen scored 30 seconds into the game and set the tone for the Farmington girls lacrosse team’s best effort of the season Monday night in Rosemount.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys track team turned in a slew of season-best performances at last Thursday’s Pat Foley Classic, giving head coach Brian Helmstetter lots of options as he fills out the lineups for the approaching Missota Conference and Section 1AA Championships.RELATED CONTENT
Before the start of last week, the Farmington baseball team had already won as many conference games — five — as it had in any of its previous six seasons.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington girls track team used the Pat Foley Classic to tune up for the upcoming Missota Conference and Section 1AA Championships. No team score was kept at the four-team get-together last Thursday, but the Tigers made their presence felt by winning eight of the meet’s 18 events.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys golf team turned in consistent scores to finish sixth in a pair of Missota Conference meets played back to back last week. Their scores were similar at each of the meets, but their coach’s perception of his team’s play varied from one meet to the next.
Third-seeded Owatonna swept No. 6 Farmington 7-0 in hot and windy conditions last Tuesday in the opening round of the Section 1AA team tournament. “The heat and wind were a terror, but we were able to keep them from frustrating us severely,” Farmington coach Jack Olwell said.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington girls golf team held on to seventh in the final Missota Conference standings with a seventh-place finish Monday at Chaska Town Course.RELATED CONTENT
Forget the two games where the Farmington boys lacrosse team outscored its opponents a combined 27-2. The highlight of last week for head coach Paul Sorensen came after the Tigers fell behind by three goals in the second half on the road at Owatonna.RELATED CONTENT