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Farmington football coach Mark Froehling was presented with the Minnesota Football Coaches Association Power of Influence Award at the association's Hall of Fame ceremony April 6 in Minneapolis. Other award winners were Brent Schroeder of Caledonia (Coach of the Year), Bob Kovich of Lakeville North (Assistant Coach of the Year) and John Gross of Medford (Don Swanson Award).
The city of Farmington will celebrate Arbor Day at 10 a.m. April 26 at Lake Julia Park. Planned events include an Arbor Day proclamation and a ceremonial tree planting. Students from North Trail Elementary School will attend and assist in the tree planting. Dakota Electric donates the ceremonial tree and seedlings. For more information about the Arbor Day Celebration, call the Farmington Parks and Recreation Department at 651-280-6971.
March 30 Damage to property, 700 block of Seventh St. March 31 Damage to property, Elm Street April 1 Property damage accident, First Street and 220th Street West Larceny, from building, Meadowlark Way Harassment, 21200 block of Chippendale Ave. Suicide threat, address not available Civil matter, 20500 block of Dublin Dr. Traffic, drivers license, driving after revocation, 225th Street West and Chippendale Avenue April 2 Assist other agency, 19500 Municipal Dr. Simple assault, 500 block of Elm St.
Five local high school students, including two from Farmington and one from Rosemount, were recently selected to receive a trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by Dakota Electric Association. Zachary Eichten of Rosemount High School, Brett Johnson of Farmington High School and Anna Larson of Christian Life School will join two others for the trip. The students will participate in the National Rural Electric Association's annual Washington, D.C. Youth Tour, scheduled for June 14-20. Each June, more than 1,200 high school students from around the United States travel to Washington, D.C.
Dakota Electric Association's member-owners attended the cooperative's annual meeting April 4 at St. Michael's social hall in Farmington. Four incumbent directors and one new director were elected and bylaw amendments passed. David Jones, District 1, Jim Sheldon, District 2, Bill Holton, District 3 and Paul Trapp, District 4, were all re-elected to three-year terms.
Trinity Care Center Trinity Campus is celebrating our volunteers by holding our annual Volunteer Appreciation Social on April 20, at 1:30 p.m. The location will be in the Cottages of the Care Center. Please attend as a volunteer or as someone who wants to appreciate these angels. Food, entertainment and fun will be provided. Farmington Lions The Farmington Lions Scholarship applications are available at Farmington High School and Christian Life School.
Thursday Wild Turkey Federation banquet Vermillion River Longbeards chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will hold its 11th annual hunting heritage banquet at 5:30 p.m. April 11 at Celts Pub in Farmington. There will be live and silent auction items as well as raffles and prizes. For information call Jeff Kraus at 612-749-9662. Friday Live music Nigel Egg will perform from 8 to 10 p.m. April 12 at Dunn Bros. Coffee in Farmington. Dunn Bros.
March 22 Drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, 170th Street West and Pilot Knob Road Theft, 20600 block of Flagstaff Ave. Assault, fifth degree, 20600 block of Flagstaff Ave. March 23 Larceny, from yards, 1200 block of Prairie View Tr. Juvenile, child protection, address not available Drug information, Division and Elm streets Property damage, motor vehicle, pedestrian, 18200 block of Pilot Knob Rd. Liquor, consumption by persons under 21, 18300 block of English Ave.
The Minnesota State Patrol closed Highway 3 south of Farmington Thursday afternoon because of an accident. State troopers were waiting for an accident reconstruction team shortly before 5 p.m. Traffic was being diverted down Highway 86 through Castle Rock.
It wasn't the news Dian Bloom wanted to hear. The scan she had hoped would tell her she was cancer free came back with what her doctors called "an area of concern." But the spunky 18-year-old Farmington High School senior isn't letting the news get her down. Not right now, at least. This week, she's enjoying a week in Bora Bora with her grandmother and her closest friends. She'll think about her cancer next week, when she gets home. Bloom was diagnosed with Stage 4 liver cancer, or angiosarcoma, last May. In the time since then, she's gone through surgeries, radiation and chemotherapy.