Nathan Hansen has been a reporter and editor with the Farmington Independent and the Rosemount Town Pages since 1997. He is very tall.
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It’s going to take longer than expected for a former Wisconsin police officer to face charges in Minnesota for his role in the 2013 death of Farmington resident Laura Jean...
A 19-year-old Farmington man has been charged with breaking into several cars the night of April 20 and taking items including a GPS unit, a laptop computer and a 13-round...
Farmington gained seven new official representatives Tuesday night at a revamped Farmington Ambassadors program. This year's event did away with identifying individual winners and instead named seven winners — three Miss Farmington ambassadors and two each Junior Miss and Little Miss ambassadors.
A 46-year-old Northfield Man has been charged with violating a domestic abuse no-contact order after he threatened a woman in Eureka Township. According to a complaint filed last week in...
I get it. I do. Laundry is a pain. Folding clothes is tedious. And we’re all still waiting for the Jetsons-style robot housekeeper that will take care of it all...
The Farmington High School class of 2016 put a cap (and gown) on its high school career with Friday night's commencement exercises. WIth speeches from student council president Anjalie Chatlani, senior Devin Bernu and faculty speaker Todd Karich and only one student who fell while receiving her diploma, students said good bye to high school and hellow to whatever comes next. Look for more photos online next week and in the June 16 edition of the Independent Town Pages .
This week’s Pet of the Week is Camelot, though he also goes by Buddy. Buddy is a sweet, 5-year-old terrier dachshund mix. He kennels well during the day and sleeps on the bed at night. He was very scared when he first arrived, but he’s friendly and playful now and doesn’t bark much. He loves to have his tummy rubbed and is learning to walk on a leash. The fee to adopt Buddy is $300. For information call Carol at 612-202-2646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Tim Aylward has two babies in his life right now. There’s the 5-month-old child at home, and the soon-to-be-born coffee shop he hopes to open next week in Farmington.
For the first two years of its existence, Gateway Academy was a tiny island in the Farmington School District. Its 70 or so students were tucked away on the second...
The Farmington City Council’s attempt to please all of the people all of the time created a conundrum of sorts for them at Monday’s meeting as they hammered out ballot language for a $10- to $12.3 million recreational referendum. The council started with a $10 million cap, but the recreation task force, made up of local sports organizers, business owners and residents, said they would need at least $12 million to do everything they wanted to do.