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Dakota County's prescription-drug disposal program is coming to Farmington, and that's a good thing. Home medicine cabinets have gotten increasing scrutiny in recent years as sources for recreational drugs. Kids take unused drugs from their parents. Adults steal from adults. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2009 16 million Americans 12 and older had taken a prescription pain reliever, tranquilizer, stimulant or sedative for a purpose other than its intended use at least once in the year prior to the survey.
January 4 Warrant service/arrest, 19200 block of English Ave. Use of tobacco by person under 18, 20600 block of Flagstaff Ave. Traffic, duty to drive with due care, 210th?Street West and Biscayne Avenue January 5 Harassment, 18300 block of Pilot Knob Rd. Larceny, from auto, 19400 block of Eureka Ave. Juvenile, runaway, 700 block of Heritage Way January 6 Traffic, open bottle law, possession, 18500 block of Pilot Knob Rd. Medical, 212th Street West and Pilot Knob Road Burglary, 5500 block of 180th St. W. January 7 Fraud, 4700 block of 198th St. W.
Thursday Guitar Hero Teens can play Guitar Hero on the big screen at the Dakota County Farmington Library from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 17. The library is located at 508 Third St. Friday Storytime for all ages The Dakota County Farmington Library will offer a storytime for all ages from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Jan. 18. Storytime includes stories and activities meant for mixed-age audiences such as childcare groups and families.
School security has been on a lot of parents' minds since the shooting last month in Newtown, Conn. It makes sense. While schools are still among the safest places a child can be, a high-profile incident like the one at Sandy Hook Elementary School is sure to make an impact. That's what brought parents, police officers and school employees together earlier this week at Farmington High School for a district-run discussion of what is being done to keep students safe, and what changes can be made to make them safer. The focus for much of the night was on the elementary level.
December 28 Financial transaction card fraud, 500 block of Seventh St. Traffic accidents, failure to notify owner of damage, 18900 block of Excalibur Tr. Medical crisis, 900 block of Walnut St. December 29 Damage to property, private, 5100 block of 194th St. W. December 30 Fires, multiple dwelling, 700 block of Heritage Way Suspicious circumstances, 19100 block of Euclid Path Medical crisis, 10 block of Eighth St. Medical crisis, 400 block of Third St. December 31 Property damage accident, 19000 block of Embry Ln.
Farmington Dew Days The Farmington Sons of the American Legion will hold an omelet breakfast fundraiser for Dew Days this Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, at Tailgaters. All proceeds will go to the 2013 celebration. Please join us! Attention all arts and craft vendors: We have started to take applications for Arts and Craft vendors for the 2013 Dew Days celebration. There is a flat rate of $75 for a 10X10 space. No deposit required. No requirement of hours to full fill. Vendors will start setting up on Friday, June 14, around 10 a.m.
Friday Storytime for all ages There will be a storytime for all ages from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Jan. 11 at the Dakota County Farmington Library. Stories and activities are ideal for mixed- age audiences such as childcare groups and families. The library is located at 508 Third St. Saturday Of Dolls & Murder: A Minnesota Made Documentary Before forensics, DNA and CSI homicide used dollhouses - a collection of miniature crime scenes - to hone their investigative skills.
There was a little hesitation Monday when the Farmington School Board discussed a possible move to the South Suburban Conference. Echoing concerns she said she'd heard from other parents in the district, board member Julie Singewald raised the possibility that a move from the relatively small-school Missota Conference to the larger schools of the South Suburban might hurt participation in sports at Farmington High School. Bigger schools, the theory goes, will mean tougher competition. Tougher competition will mean more losses.
Wee Tigers Preschool fall 2013-14 applications will be available at the Farmington Community Expo from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 26 at Farmington High School. Wee Tigers teachers will be at the expo answering questions about the preschool program. Registration for the 2013-14 school year begins on Monday, Jan. 28. Wee Tigers Preschool is a community education program in District 192 Farmington Area Public Schools. The annual Farmington Community Expo is a free event. For more information about the Wee Tigers Preschool, call 651-460-3200 or visit www.WeeTigers.com .
December 21 Juvenile, child protection, Heritage Way Robbery, strongarm, Empire Trail and Upper 182nd Street West Drugs, possession/sale, small amount of marijuana, 190th Street West and Chippendale Avenue Traffic, driver's license suspension, driving after suspension, 160th Street West and Chippendale Avenue West Property damage accident, 109th Street West and Chippendale Avenue December 22 Disorderly conduct, 400 block of Third St. Theft, take/drive motor vehicle without owner consent, 200 block of Elm St. December 23 Harassment, 1000 block of Walnut St.