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Rebel Chef restaurant to open soon in Farmington
CuddleMutt founder wants to bring comfort to shelters
Minn. roundup: Nikko, North America's oldest snow monkey, dies at Minnesota Zoo; Minneapolis music venue Triple Rock closing
Data breach at Twin Cities-based Catholic financial services provider affects nearly 130K accounts
From comfier seats to a more open feel, Target Center takes on a 21st-century look
crime and courts
Tiger football edged out by Lakeville South 17-14
Tiger girls cross-country are South Suburban Conference champions
Farmington's Brooke Hapuku qualifies for state tennis tournament
Farmington soccer teams are section 1AA runners-up
Turnovers, penalties and big plays hold Tigers back
Plenty to see and spray: Farmington Fire Department holds open house
Q&A: It's flu season — here's what you need to know
'Sisterhood' offers empathetic ear following cancer diagnosis
Health briefs: Yoga classes offered in Hastings; Telemedicine program comes to western Wis. hospitals
Historic home tour planned Sept. 24 in Red Wing
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Farmington PHN 102317 PHN Wellhead Protection Plan
FARMINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT: Ad For Bids - Fire Alarm System Replacement
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DAKOTA COUNTY BOARD: 9/26/17 Board Proceeedings Summary
EMPIRE TOWNSHIP: Ordinance No. 400-C
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A view from an economist: Trump UN speech on trade and jobs
Viewpoint: Poll gives legislators input on residents' thoughts
Wild Side column: Sweetness attracts stingers
Editorial: Expect that school bus to stop
Letter: City pool a staple of the community
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October 24, 2013
Nathan's column: Wrap your arms around this
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I am not a fan of recreational hugging. There are people I don’t mind wrapping my arms around, even some I enjoy embracing.
October 24, 2013 - 5:05pm
October 10, 2013
Student column: A lot to like about autumn
It is now October and it’s finally starting to feel like the beginning of fall. Students are getting used to the new school year and things are finally getting back into a regular routine. Fall is one of the most enjoyed seasons for a variety of reasons. Some people claim they...
October 10, 2013 - 2:01pm
Nathan's column: Tales of some sexy beasts
I try not to get too involved in other people’s matters of personal preference. Some people like spicy food. Others need to chug a glass of water after eating a slice of pepper jack cheese. Some enjoy TV shows about spoiled housewives. Others watch documentaries. I don’t judge. Like,...
October 10, 2013 - 1:33pm
September 26, 2013
Nathan's column: There’s no need to run away
I don’t remember ever wanting to run away and join the circus when I was younger. I lacked the coordination to be an acrobat and my more or less total lack of upper-body strength meant any attempt to work the trapeze would almost certainly ended in tragedy. It certainly wasn’t...
September 26, 2013 - 2:17pm
September 12, 2013
Nathan's column: A football theory to ponder
The new National Football League season started last week. As with the start of any season, it is an exciting time. Fans across the country look forward to seeing how the next few months will play out, and for at least a few weeks, every one of them can convince themselves their favorite...
September 12, 2013 - 1:32pm
September 5, 2013
Student voices: Ready for school, ready for sports
When most people think of the first day of school, they suppress a groan. Sitting in a class for 60 minutes just to go to another class and sit for another 60 minutes doesn't interest them at all. Tell them they have to do this for seven hours a day, five days a week and they just...
September 5, 2013 - 9:48am
August 29, 2013
Book Report: Literary tribute to this couple is overdue
England’s Edwardian Era is a fascinating one, indeed. It succeed the staid Victorian era and with the death of Victoria around the turn of the century, her aged son Edward VII ascended the throne and a whole new way of life for the English opened up. Well, not for everybody,...
August 29, 2013 - 12:40pm
August 13, 2013
Michelle's column: Planning a bittersweet vacation
I looked at the calendar Monday morning, and realized it was, in fact, Aug. 12. Yep. It was Aug. 12. And I had exactly nine days to finish up all of the prep work I have to do before the Minnesota State Fair opens and the Minnesota Newspaper Museum opens its doors for what could be...
August 13, 2013 - 12:38pm
August 9, 2013
Book Report: Arabian legend, tailored coats revived
Just about the time you think you’ll scream if you’re confronted with another monumental biography, another epic movie, an enigmatic play about T.E. Lawrence, along comes journalist Scott Anderson with a monumental tome, titled “Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly...
August 9, 2013 - 12:51pm
August 1, 2013
Book Report: Not a waste to read poet’s letters
Twenty years ago, when I was made book review editor of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, I wrote a column in which I described to my readers what kind of books and authors I liked and didn’t care for, so they would know my prejudices from the get-go. In one paragraph, I mentioned...
August 1, 2013 - 10:06am
July 25, 2013
Book Report: Even a grudging reader will like these stories
If you’re a science fiction buff, have I got a book for you to take to the lake.
July 25, 2013 - 3:13pm
May 16, 2013
Book Report: The choice is yours: Lovely poems, exploding tourism
University of Iowa Press has just re-issued a book of poetry by Philip Levine, winner both the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the National Book...
May 16, 2013 - 4:36pm
April 11, 2013
Book Report: Another word on former presidents; waxing poetic on the death of a fly
Three American presidents lead off this week's roster of books: Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. You could fill libraries...
April 11, 2013 - 1:53pm
April 4, 2013
Book Report: A new Scandinavian thriller takes the stage
I'm way behind in my coverage of the Scandinavian thriller surge in world publishing, not having even read a Stieg Larsson thriller, so I'll...
April 4, 2013 - 4:28pm
March 22, 2013
Book Report: Indiana, no, make that Wisconsin Jones
When I was a kid in a small Wisconsin grade school, one of my favorite subjects was Wisconsin history, taught to me by my sixth-grade teacher,...
March 22, 2013 - 12:33pm