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Eagan police have identified the 13-year-old boy who died at about 11 a.m. Sunday as Suhayb Hassan, who suffered an unintentional gunshot wound to his chest, according to investigators. Hassan was shot by his 15-year-old brother, whom police said thought the 9 mm handgun belonging to their father wa...Read More
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In case you missed these stories in the Jan. 22 and 23 print editions of the Dakota County Tribune Farmington-Rosemount and Sun Thisweek editions for Apple Valley, Lakeville and Burnsville-Eagan, here’s a look this week’s Pick Six of stories. For even more coverage, readers can click on ...Read More
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A 13-year-old Eagan boy died after he suffered an unspecified wound and was unable to be revived by Eagan officers and HealthEast paramedics at about 11:07 a.m. Sunday at a home in the 1700 block of Silver Bell Circle, according to a release from the Eagan Police Department. The 15-year-old brother ...Read More
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Area residents to take on the Arrowhead 135 One hundred and thirty-five miles is a long drive, one many people wouldn’t consider if it was 40 degrees below zero. Yet, a select few will attempt to travel 135 miles via a bike, cross-country skis or on foot starting at 6 a.m. on Monday in northern [....Read More
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Store commended for community fundraising Whether the economy is improving, residences are more mindful of shopping local or residents are more thirsty, the Farmington municipal liquor stores’ profits are growing. Based on the data collected from the two stores from 2014, they collected $106,760 m...Read More
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City Council approves keeping the arena open for eight weeks This summer the Schmitz-Maki Ice Arena in Farmington will be buzzing with activity. The Farmington City Council passed a motion during Monday’s meeting to keep the arena open for eight weeks from June 8 to July 31 for the high school and...Read More
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