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For his birthday, North Trail student gives back
Farmington police report: May 8-May 15
Closures planned for Embers Avenue
'Unwanted advances' led to CDA director's firing
Survey: Should Farmington stay small or grow?
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Girls lacrosse: Tigers trample Sabers, 18-1
Baseball: Pitching prevails as Tigers top South
Softball: Tigers blank Blaze, earn No. 4 seed
Track and field: Tigers prep for SSC at Shakopee
Boys lacrosse: Goals pile up vs. Shakopee
Farmington remembers on Memorial Day
Your weekend: Memorial Day activities are Sunday, Monday
Following fire, family finds comfort in community
A winding road leads priest to St. Michael’s
Teens get recognition for river rescue
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2015 MS4 Annual Meeting Notice
Kenneth A Eaton vs Bank of America - Mortgage Foreclosure
PUBLIC HEARING empire township
TEAM SYSTEMS assume name
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Lawrence E. 'Snork' Donnelly, 84
Sharon L. Rodriguez, 80
Edward Niedzielski, 55
Edward Niedzieski, 55
Jarrod R. Tabaka, 36
Aislinn Tietz column: Watch your wallet
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Nathan Hansen column: Crash and burn
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June 18, 2013
Looking back: Thief found horses could not outrun automobiles back in 1913
20 years ago From the June 11, 1993 edition of the Rosemount Town Pages Lady Tigers bow in section final The Lady Tigers' dream of playing in the 1993 Class A state softball tournament evaporated last Tuesday afternoon in Brooklyn Center as St.?Bernard's righthander Julie Weyandt...
June 18, 2013 - 7:42am
June 17, 2013
Farmington police report: May 31-June 4
May 31 Theft from automobile 19000 block of Everest Trail Property damage, accident, 3400 block of 213 St.
crime and courts / news
June 17, 2013 - 7:16am
June 16, 2013
New laptops may open opportunities for teachers
Last summer, teachers in the Farmington School District got new iPads to use in the classroom.
education / news
June 16, 2013 - 7:40am
Farmington council member Fogarty returns to state board
Farmington City Council member Christy Jo Fogarty has been a community leader for more than a decade. But she's been in a leadership role at the state level for a number of years, as well. In May, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Fogarty's reappointment to the Minnesota Board of Water...
June 16, 2013 - 7:15am
June 15, 2013
Farmington moves forward on new housing code
Paint sometimes chips. Shingles fall off. It happens, and that's OK with Farmington city officials. But what isn't OK is a home exterior that has become an eyesore. That's the initial direction the Farmington City Council and planning commission gave assistant city planner Tony Wippler...
June 15, 2013 - 7:39am
June 14, 2013
'Cookie scam' hits at least two homes
Farmington police are looking for help in locating a teenager who apparently scammed local residents by claiming to raise money for a school fundraiser. According to a police report filed by officer Brianna Dirks, two different residents contacted Boeckman Middle School last week...
crime and courts / news
June 14, 2013 - 7:37am
Farmington woman greeted her son with the flag he flew over his base in Kuwait
On June 3, Nan Perry, a resident of Farmington, went to pick her son, Sam, up from the airport. Sam, a satellite communications specialist, had just completed a one year tour in Kuwait, and she wanted to welcome him home in a special way. After getting in contact with the board of...
June 14, 2013 - 7:36am
June 13, 2013
Farmington School District 192 seeks input on finances
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...
education / news
June 13, 2013 - 7:55am
Farmington Dew Days returns this week
Farmington Dew Days chairperson Darla Donnelly knows that saying the 2013 celebration will have "something for everyone" might be cliché. But she'll say it anyway. "There really is something for everyone," Donnelly said last week. "We have a lot of family events, a lot of longtime...
June 13, 2013 - 7:53am
Quiet Castle Rock cemetery marks a milestone this year
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...
June 13, 2013 - 7:05am
June 12, 2013
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 Boeckman Middle School. Caroline Cummings was named Junior Miss Farmington with princesses Emma Ulrich and Makayla Zinnel and Zoe Brule...
June 12, 2013 - 11:00am
June 11, 2013
Deputies seek help identifying break-in suspects
The Dakota County Sheriff's office is looking for some help identifying two individuals suspected of breaking into Peine Plumbing in Empire Township...
June 11, 2013 - 11:49am
Class of 2013 says farewell to FHS
The Farmington High School class of 2013 had its last big moment at school June 7 as they participated in commencement exercises and collected their diplomas. We've got a gallery of photos from the evening.
high school / news / education
June 11, 2013 - 11:46am
Looking back: Farmington residents enjoyed county picnic activities in 1938
50 years ago From the June 6, 1963 edition of the Dakota County Tribune Council hires "cop," extends liquor hours Farmington's city council hired a new patrolman, extended the liquor store hours, heard a delegation on the Sunnyside improvements, and purchased a chloride spreader...
June 11, 2013 - 7:53am
June 10, 2013
Farmington police report: May 24-31
May 24 Medical crisis, no address available Possession of drug paraphernalia, use or possession prohibited, 199 St. W. and Deerbrooke Path May 25 Larceny, from auto, 206 St. and Brennan Path Property damage, accident, hit and run, 800 block of Catalina Way Theft, take/use/transfer...
crime and courts / news
June 10, 2013 - 7:30am