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Real estate investment trust W.P. Carey Inc. announced on Tuesday it purchased a 60,000 square-foot office building in Eagan. The New York-based company didn’t disclose the terms of the sale but Finance and Commerce reports the company paid $14.43 million for the building located at 2985 Ames Crossing Road. Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc.  is […]

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For the past 22 years, Cort Sylvester has guided the Rosemount High School speech and debate teams toward state and national awards. Now he is the one bringing home awards. For the second time, Sylvester received a Diamond Award from the National Speech and Debate Association (formerly known as the National Forensic League). “It’s a […]

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Loved ones persevere after local tragedies Grief never ends, but it changes, Burnsville High School senior Megan Balistreri told a crowd of about 200 gathered Friday night to remember Burnsville students who died too soon. Her 11-year-old brother, Joey, was killed four summers ago when an oncoming vehicle crossed a Highway 13 median in Burnsville […]

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Wolf publishes children’s book with lesson about self-worth Rich Wolf sings with a senior citizen rock ’n’ roll group and plans to write a book about being healthy and pain-free in later life. Wolf, 72, thinks young — very young. The Burnsville resident recently published his first children’s book, “Wiggles the Worm,” and can sometimes […]

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Bar and restaurant going into old Colorado Station location The owners of Clive’s Roadhouse, a bar and restaurant in Champlin and Blaine, are opening a third location in Burnsville. Their building at 13050 Aldrich Ave. S. has seen many restaurants come and go since it opened in 1980. But Tony and Linda Patterson think their […]

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Maxwel Willis earns rare distinction Lance Cpl. Maxwel Willis said ever since sixth grade he wanted to be a Marine. He’s off to a good start. Willis graduated Nov. 21 from Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego as the company honorman. About 16,000 individuals graduate every year from about 42 classes. One recruit from […]

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