Uponor North America announced plans this week to expand its Apple Valley manufacturing facility. The $18 million project, which is set to begin in the spring and be completed by Dec. 1, will see renovation and expansion totaling 88,000 square feet to accommodate manufacturing and office space. Upon...Read More
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Country music star Clint Black is bound for Burnsville next month with a March 11 concert at the Ames Center. Tickets range from $47-$56 for the all-ages show in the Burnsville venue’s 1,000-seat main theater, and can be purchased through Ticketmaster (800-982-2787/Ticketmaster.com) or in person a...Read More
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The Rosemount Area Arts Council’s bluegrass concert series continues March 12 with a performance by the No Man’s String Band. The Minneapolis-based bluegrass group released its debut album, “Let the Truth Be Told,” in 2013, and the album has enjoyed regular airplay on the Bluegrass Saturday ...Read More
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Jazz fans can get their fix at the Rosemount Community Center in coming months. The Rosemount Area Arts Council is presenting two concerts in its annual “An Evening of Jazz” series, which opens March 6 with a performance by 651 Jazz. Made up of Rosemount area musicians, 651 Jazz features three R...Read More
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  Council votes to lift population-based cap on stores City Council members voted Tuesday in favor of lifting a population-based cap on the number of liquor stores in Burnsville. The council voted 4-0 to change a provision in the off-sale liquor ordinance limiting licenses to one per 5,000 resi...Read More
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Burnsville’s Lyslo first ref enshrined by US Youth Soccer Wally Lyslo knew little about soccer in 1971, when the Univac company transferred the purchasing manager from Burnsville to Washington, D.C. Out East, the international game wasn’t the curiosity it remained in the Midwest. Lyslo’s son w...Read More
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Recent NLRB decisions causing some concern A group of franchise owners met with U.S. Rep. John Kline, R-Burnsville, at Rosemount’s Anytime Fitness on Monday to discuss challenges within the industry and recent action by the National Labor Relations Board. A recent ruling by the NLRB may affect lab...Read More
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