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Summer is in full gear and that means Eagan’s July 4th Funfest is around the corner. Eagan’s 49th annual Funfest kicks off Friday, July 3, with many of the community’s favorite events such as the Funfest parade, car show and fireworks. All events, except the parade and Eagan Funfest Ambassador...Read More
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The aroma of pizza will once again waft from the former Pizza and Pasta location in Eagan. Toppers Pizza opened June 24 at 4250 Lexington Ave. A grand opening event will be held at the restaurant June 27. “Eagan is a fantastic market with lots of businesses and residents,” Toppers franchisee Bra...Read More
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The annual International Festival of Burnsville will be held Saturday, July 11, from 3 to 9 p.m. at Nicollet Commons Park, 12250 Nicollet Ave. Admission is free. Festival-goers can join in family activities such as face painting, crazy hair, balloon twister art, henna tattoos, hair braiding and cult...Read More
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Lakeville entrepreneur Matt Ames will bring together July 19 local and national paintball communities for the seventh annual Challenge for Children’s Paintball Big Game in support of Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Challenge for Children’s will run 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at MN Pro Pai...Read More
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Rosemount residents can take a stand against crime and in favor of strong neighborhoods by registering now for Night to Unite. This year’s observance is set for Tuesday, Aug. 4. Police, fire and other city representatives will visit registered block parties between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. In recent yea...Read More
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Members honor Venerable Matt Talbot, Trinity Sober Homes president gives testimony by Hannah Gullickson Sun Thisweek Dakota County Tribune The Church of St. Joseph in Rosemount was silent as members celebrated the Feast of Venerable Matt Talbot, the Irish patron saint of sobriety, and aimed to redef...Read More
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Prime Therapeutics plans to hire 375 employees in Minnesota over the next three years. Most of the Eagan-based company’s new hires will be pharmacy technicians, pharmacists and clinical review assistants, and will likely be based at a 70,000-square-foot building in Mendota Heights. “This is an e...Read More
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Spirit of Life Presbyterian Church to host south of the river event Momentum is building for the South of the River CROP Hunger Walk, which organizers hope will draw more people from throughout the region. Past CROP Hunger Walks have been more local in nature, according to Denise Lewis, this year’...Read More
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Rev. Bill Smith’s message to his congregation was one of love and forgiveness. Smith, pastor at Lily of the Valley A.M.E. Church in Apple Valley, said his church is focused on moving forward in the wake of the church shooting in South Carolina last week. The horrific shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Chu...Read More
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For most Dew Run participants, running 4 miles is tough enough. But three Farmington firemen took the challenge one step further and ran with self-contained breathing apparatus packs, essentially 30-pound backpacks. Chad Thelen, Joesph Lester and Matt Price, members of the Farmington Fire Department...Read More
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