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Longtime stylist finally finds a place of her own
With new system, school lunch menus get much more informative
Farmington couple charged with theft for American Girl scheme
U of M wants a new outreach garden in Empire
City wants to plan for downtown’s future
crime and courts
Brady says he's moving on from distractions
Mercurial Lynch accepted in Seattle - Part 1
SB XLIX: Belichick impressed with Seahawks' model
Passionate Patriots owner Kraft speaks about 'Deflategate'
Seahawks' setup favored by Carroll
Wild game dinner is not for picky eaters
Looking back: Golden Glove tournament was on the schedule 75 years ago
Your weekend: KC chili Bingo is Saturday
Going downhill fast: Farmington residents hit the sledding slopes
Your weekend: KC pancake breakfast is Sunday
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Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. vs Laflex
Homeservices Lending, LLC vs McPherson
Esther V. Loesch, 89
Sandra Lou Pittman, 64
M. Eleanor Grimmer, 83
Harold E. Schmidt, 83
Mike Bolling, 67
Nathan Hansen column: A column that sparkles
Letter to the editor: Keep Lee as board chair
Editorial: Increased menu control is a good thing
Student voices: Don’t hide from the cold; get out there and celebrate it
Guest opinion: Kline says education policies need reform
Get Out! Deals
August 27, 2009
Developers file lawsuit against city
Just when city officials thought the history book had been closed on the Exchange Bank building, they found out another chapter is being written. The...
August 27, 2009 - 2:27pm
June 29, 2009
Cities won't sue over unallotment
ST. PAUL - Gov. Tim Pawlenty announces on the first day of Minnesota's new budget cycle just what he will cut from the budget. There should be no surprises, only little changes from what he said he could trim a couple of weeks ago.
June 29, 2009 - 7:37am
January 13, 2009
District responds to architect's lawsuit
The Farmington School District on Monday filed its response to a breach of contract lawsuit filed in November by DLR Group, the architect responsible for designing the district's new high school building. The filing is a response to a breach of contract suit DLR filed after the district...
January 13, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Senate race long ways from over
ST. PAUL -- Al Franken entered halftime of Minnesota's U.S. Senate race in the lead, but Norm Coleman is hoping for a come-from-behind victory....
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
December 2, 2008
District fires high school architect, responds to lawsuit
A dispute over unpaid bills has led the Farmington School Board to fire the architect that designed the new Farmington High School building and file a countersuit in response to a breach of contract complaint the architect filed last week in district court. DLR Group, which designed...
December 2, 2008 - 12:00am
November 3, 2008
Coleman calls lawsuit sleazy
ST. PAUL - The October surprise came with not a day to spare. On the final day of the month known for election-year bombshells, U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman Friday staunchly refuted a lawsuit alleging that a wealthy supporter funneled money to the senator through his wife's employer....
November 3, 2008 - 12:00am
July 2, 2008
Wal-Mart is ordered to pay for labor law violations
MINNEAPOLIS -- A judge has ruled against Wal-Mart in a class-action lawsuit, saying the discount retailer violated state labor laws 2 million times by cutting worker break time and "willfully" allowing employees to work off the clock. Dakota County Judge Robert King Jr.
July 2, 2008 - 12:00am