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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The Farmington City Council is expected to vote June 6 to put a referendum on the ballot asking residents for money to expand its parks and recreation program. The request would be split into two separate questions on the Nov. 8 ballot, said City Administrator David McKnight. One question will ask for $10 million to approve an abbreviated plan and the other will ask for $12.5 million to do all of the projects the city’s recreation task force recommended.
The way it used to be, a student dealing with addiction in Farmington might go through treatment, then come back to school as if nothing had happened. Maybe the treatment...
For several months in 2014 and 2015, David Pollard allegedly cruised the parking lot at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater, or the Guthrie Theater or funeral homes. Using the license plates...
Students at Boeckman Middle School and Gateway Academy will have a better idea what their heart does while they exercise thanks to a $19,000 grant from the Dakota County Public...
Farmington School Board members approved bids Monday for a divisive reconstruction project at Farmington High School’s Tiger Stadium, seemingly putting to rest any thought this year’s senior class will have the chance to graduate there.
Farmington-area residents who conduct open burns without the proper permit can expect to get a bill in the mail if the Farmington Fire Department gets involved. The city has already sent out half a dozen invoices related to illegal open burns since the city council updated its permit fee structure in January, and fire chief Jim Larsen said he has more to get to.
When the Farmington School District introduced iPads into the classroom four years ago, the idea was to make it easier for students to expand their learning opportunities beyond the walls...
Students from Farmington High School attended the annual prom grand march Saturday afternoon at the school in advance of Saturday night's prom at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis.
Visitors to Farmington’s Earth and Arbor Day celebration Saturday morning have a little trouble keeping control of one of the chickens brought by Skyview Ranch. The annual celebration gave kids and their families a chance to get up close to farm animals and more exotic creatures from the Minnesota Zoo and to explore displays filled with environmental information.
The Farmington Rosemount Independent Town Pages is in the process of putting together our annual graduation section. That means we need photos of all of this year's seniors. We have...