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...
Farmington Ambassadors unveil a float fit for a queen (or nine)
In the past, Miss Farmington and her court have had to ride in three convertibles during parade appearances. That won’t be the case come this weekend....
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 new hockey league is coming to Farmington this summer and no skates are required. Called simply ball hockey, the league is offered through Lakeville-based Dryland Hockey, Inc. It looks like a regular hockey game, but players are in tennis shoes and there is no ice. The game is played with a ball instead of a puck.RELATED CONTENT
A Farmington woman has been charged with the theft of $95,000 from the Lakeville bank where she worked. The Dakota County Attorney’s office charged Leah Marie Bremner, 31, with felony theft by swindle for the thefts, which are alleged to have occurred between May and October of 2010.RELATED CONTENT
Atathan Atay, a California resident, was pronounced dead at the scene of an early morning accident in Eureka TownshipRELATED 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.
Food drives don’t get much easier than the one that will take place this weekend in Farmington, Rosemount and cities all across the country. Depending on where your mailbox is, you might not even have to leave your house.RELATED CONTENT
It’s been two months now since we combined the two newspapers we produce in this office. That’s 10 issues and counting of combined Farmington and Rosemount news, and one comment we have heard multiple times from our readers.RELATED CONTENT
The way head coach Paul Sorensen sees it, his Farmington boys lacrosse team could easily be 7-0. All four of the Tigers’ losses have come by one goal, including both of last week’s setbacks.RELATED CONTENT
For Erik Holmstrom, boring was a good thing May 7. Holmstrom shot a 73 at Southern Hills to lead a Tiger team that finished fifth behind Lakeville South, Eagan, Lakevile North and Red Wing.RELATED CONTENT
For the Farmington girls golf team, just getting on the course this spring has been something of a victory. The Tigers have competed in just three meets so far in a season filled with cancellations and adjusted schedules, and while they have not yet been in contention for any titles, coach Jon Stock is happy with what he has seen.RELATED CONTENT
Allowing 13 runs and committing four errors in a loss to Holy Angels two weeks ago must have left a bad taste in the mouth of the Farmington baseball team.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys tennis team closed out a hectic week by finally putting a Missota Conference match in the win column Friday afternoon. In their fifth match in five days, the Tigers swept four singles matches and closed out a 1-6 season in the league.RELATED CONTENT
Chanhassen was able to silence Farmington’s bats last Thursday, but it didn’t take long for the Tigers to get back to making plenty of noise at the plate.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington girls faced multiple-goal deficits in its last two games, but were able to rally and pick up a Missota Conference win last Tuesday against Holy Angels in Richfield.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys track team made huge strides at this year’s Section 1AAA True Team meet. Sixth out of nine teams a year ago when they scored 584 points, the Tigers placed second with 828 points last Tuesday at Lakeville North.RELATED CONTENT
Before the season started, Farmington softball coach Paul Harrington wondered who would pick up the slack for his team offensively with cleanup hitter Allie Rice lost to graduation. So far, it’s been the entire lineup.RELATED CONTENT
The Farmington boys golf team was already in a tricky position this year with a very young lineup. Throw in weather-related delays that meant the team didn’t play its first meet until April 30 and it was hard to know how things would go.RELATED CONTENT
Farmington survived a scare to pick up its first-ever lacrosse win over Holy Angels last Tuesday at McMurray Field in St. Paul. The Tigers stormed to a commanding 10-2 lead before the Stars rallied with eight unanswered goals to tie the score and force overtime.RELATED CONTENT