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The Farmington Area Tennis League is now accepting online registrations for the 2013 season. Based in southern Farmington, FAT is a structured singles league with casual doubles and occasional interleague competition with other clubs. Any dedicated tennis player, regardless of skill level, is welcome to sign up; non-Farmington residents are also accepted. The deadline is May 17 and participation is free of charge. For information and registration, visit FATLeague.com.
Dakota Electric Association has experienced outages due to the wet heavy snowstorm that moved through late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The outages are mainly located in the eastern and southeastern part of the cooperative's service territory. Locations affected are the areas near Hastings, Miesville, Red Wing, Welch, Castle Rock and surrounding areas. Approximately 1,000 were out of power early Thursday morning, but crews were able to get that number down to about 780 as of 10 a.m.
This week's Pets of the Week are six kittens who came to Last Hope along with their mother after being found stray. The kittens, a mix of male and female, came in wild but seem very friendly now. They are all in good health and looking for families to take them in. For more information about this kittens or other Last Hope animals, or about Last Hope, call 651-463-8747 or visit www.last-hope.org .
Sixth grade 4.0 honor roll Morgan Condon, Cielo DeCastro, Karina Gehl, Skylar Gohr, Olivia Grundman, Sarah Hannon, McKenzie Hauswirth, Grahm Hertaus, Abigail Kreger, Eli Larsen, Kevin Pangottil, Rupsa Raychaudhuri A honor roll Kiersten Adams, Julia Agnew, Katelyn Anderson, Mitchell Bakken, Brady Bean, Megan Bernu, Gretchen Briese, Grace Brunstad, Noah Budde, Samuel Buresh, Casey Christensen, Rachel Christensen, Emily DeNet, Kaye Denis, Maya Drusch, Nicolas Eckert, Trevin Fitzgerald, Carter Fritz, Moira Gerard, Tiarra Glogowski, Jordan Hagen, Paul Hanifl, Zachary Hans
Plenty of people think they have a lousy job. They daydream about winning the lottery or about writing the Great American Novel or, if the research I did for last week's column is any indication, about finding a generous sugar daddy to keep them in the manner to which they would like to become accustomed. For most, though, it's all idle complaints. Maybe their job is bad. Maybe it's just a lousy day. For the most part, it's all just a matter of opinion. I, on the other hand, have proof.
There was some concern in recent weeks about what our extended winter weather might mean for Farmington's annual park and pond cleanup event. Would people sign up, knowing it was possible the trash they were meant to collect would be buried under snowdrifts? Would everyone need to bring their own shovel? In the end, of course, concerns about weather turned out to be misplaced. Somewhere late last week, spring decided to show itself. Snow melted.
The city of Farmington's residential garbage customers can conveniently dispose of large household items during Curbside Cleanup Days, which started April 20. Items must be from residents living within city limits and available at the curb by 7 a.m. on your designated Saturday. To keep the city clean and reduce excess traffic, residents are asked not to set items at the curb more than two days before their scheduled collection Saturday.
April 12 Property damage accident, 195th Street West and Embers Avenue April 13 Property damage accident, 200 block of Elm St. Juvenile problem, 900 block of Ninth St. April 14 Damage to property, private, 18000 block of Everglade Ct. April 15 Damage to property, private, 182000 block of Echo Dr. Warrant service/arrest, 195th Street West and Everest Path Open bottle law, liability of nonpresent owner, Centennial Drive and Chippendale Avenue Animal complaint, 700 block of Elm St.
Sixth grade 4.0 honor roll Marissa Agerter, Rose Bauer, Jordan Chanthakhoun, Lauren Cunningham, Nicholas Edmiston, Luke Fradgley, Chase Hildreth, Kathryn Irwin, Kirstin Knudsen, Seth Miller, Benjamin Moorlach, Shannon Murphy, Margaret Newcomb, Emily Schaffer, Keil Urban, Soren Vigesaa, Zeb Zimmer A honor roll Trayton Anderson, Joshua Ask, Jacob Berreth, Jacob Bormann, Nathaniel Cline-Cole, Ellie Colson, Justin Dean, Tyler Dronen, Andrew Helleson, Raven Henry, Alexander Hoffmeister, Noah Johnson, Grace Johnson, Anna Kiminski, Cassandra Knutson, Michael Lee, Capprieott
Friday Live music Ben Aaron will perform from 8 to 10 p.m. April 26 at Dunn Bros. Coffee in Farmington. Dunn Bros. is located at 20700 Chippendale Ave. St. Olaf Philharmonia The St. Olaf College Philharmonia will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 26 at St. Michael's Church in Farmington. The ensemble consists of roughly 60 musicians playing orchestral instruments. The concert is free and open to the public. Saturday Trinity Lutheran's Spring Fair Trinity Lutheran Church will hold its annual spring fair from 5 to 7 p.m. April 27.