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Drivers speeding past Maple Grove on Interstate 94 pass towering sand mounds and cavernous gravel pits that make up the largest undeveloped area in the city and one of the largest gravel-mining areas in the Twin Cities. Comment?
Debbi Krohn, a kindergarten teacher at Garlough Environmental Magnet School, was awarded a 2013 WEM Outstanding Educator Award for Ethics in Education, which carries with it a $15,000 award. Comment?
Eastview assistant coach Ashley Johnson's connection to Mandy Matula is helping the Lightning's softball players become ''better, stronger'' people. Comment?
Traffic delays in the metro have been as bad as expected this weekend, with cars backed up behind major closures on Interstates 94 and 35W. Comment?
The supply of industrial space has tightened in Dakota County, prompting developers to move ahead with plans for new industrial building projects. Comment?
Drug activity. An adult was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia on the 15300 Cedar Avenue. Comment?
The ordinance requires the stores to have all operations indoors and have a drive-through unloading lane for donations at the rear or side of the building. Comment?
Portions of Interstate 94 and I-35W downtown will be closed Friday night through early Monday morning in conjunction with reconstruction of the Park and Portland Avenue bridges. Comment?
The Lakeville School District approved hiring three new principals last week, all at the elementary level. Comment?
Drug activity. An Eagan woman, 18, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia near the intersection of Burnsville Parkway E. and Nicollet Avenue S. Drug activity. Comment?
"Five Women Wearing the Same Dress," by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Alan Ball , opened Friday and runs through May 18. Comment?
Fans of Eagan's Parkview Golf Club mourning the impending loss of the course have gotten a short-lived reprieve. Comment?
It was shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday when agents from the Dakota County Drug Task Force pounded on the door of a townhouse on River Woods Lane in Burnsville. Comment?
Some Minnesota school leaders are questioning the validity of recent online tests in the wake of technology problems that have plagued students with interruptions and delays over the past two weeks. Comment?
Minnesota's education community has never been more focused on closing our achievement gap, one of the highest in the nation. Comment?
The building that has housed Farmington's American Legion Post 189 has changed hands again and is about to get a new life as a Carbone's Pizzeria. Comment?
BlueSky Online School announced last week that it has earned accreditation from the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement for a five-year period. Comment?
The city already accepts ads for its print publications and is now looking at the potential of its website to make money. Comment?
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage school board recently selected Joe Gothard as the district's new superintendent. Comment?
Obstructing the legal process. An adult was arrested for interfering with a police officer near the intersection of W. 152nd Street and Dodd Boulevard. Comment?