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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July 5 @bodycopy:Property damage in the fourth degree, 18000 block of Dulcimer Ct. Arson in the second degree, value $1,000 or more, 300 block of Pine St. Burglary, no force, 20600 block of Camden Path July 6 Warrant, service/arrest, 4th Street and WIllow Street July 7 Give police officer false name/birthday/ID card, 212 Street West and Flagstaff Avenue Fraud, other, 19000 block of Embers Ave. Terroristic threats, 18000 block of Pilot Knob Rd. July 8 Larceny, parts from vehicle, 200 block of 3rd St.
Making a suburban city like Rosemount or Farmington friendly to bikers and walkers takes a bit of retrofitting. Cities outside the urban core simply were not built with non-motorized transportation in mind. They were built for cars, and over the years people have gotten used to driving the few miles to the grocery store or to dinner or to a movie.
There is a bit of a debate going on right now about what, exactly, constitutes a journalist. Does some guy with a blog and an axe to grind deserve to be included in the same category as, say, me? Should I be mentioned in the same breath as someone who works for the New York Times?
Summer construction projects are nothing new in school buildings, but this year’s work at Farmington Elementary School is particularly hard to miss.
For three decades, Souheil Ailabouni has operated a family medical practice with pen and paper and a focus on building connections with his patients.
A 26-year-old Vermillion Township man has died following an ATV accident that occurred shortly after 5 p.m. … Archive Material - Subscription required to continue reading Log in or activate...
Today is the day we here in the United States pause to celebrate our independence from British rule. Well, probably not today. If you're reading this issue of the Independent Town Pages on the day it showed up in your mailbox it's probably Wednesday. Or maybe it's Friday. Apparently July 4 also involves celebrating our independence from getting the mail.
If Bernie Schwab and Terry Johnson were more superstitious people, they might not have started their business when they did. They might have waited a day, or a week. How can you expect people to take you seriously, after all, when you open your doors for the first time on April 1?
To the editor,
It's a little bit strange to watch armed police officers storm into a school room you know well. Rosemount High School's performing arts center has seen its share of intense drama over the years, but the kind of playacting that took place there last Tuesday and Thursday was something very different.