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A pre-existing medical condition is believed to be the cause of a one-vehicle crash Nov. 19 on Interstate 35E in Dakota County that saw the death of an Iowa motorist, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. The driver — Jeffrey T. Spielman, 61, of Huxley, Iowa — died in the incident on I-35E near Highway […]

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A Burnsville woman walked away with no apparent injuries from a rollover crash Nov. 19 on Highway 52 in Goodhue County. Maleeha Abbas, 33, was northbound on Highway 52 in a Toyota Camry at about 8:30 p.m. when she lost control on a patch of black ice, entered the east ditch and rolled, according to […]

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Burnsville’s Heart of the City will once again shine with holiday lights this winter season when the area is set aglow during the community’s 16th annual Winter Lighting Ceremony. More than 200,000 minilights, 230 streetlight snowflakes and a 30-foot-tall tree will come to life on Wednesday, Nov. 26 between 6 and 6:45 p.m. at Nicollet […]

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Almost all permits issued for detached homes In the ebb and flow of evolving real estate market, Farmington is flowing again. The picture of what homebuyers are looking for has changed, too. Owners of Mystic Meadows, better know as Dawson Meadow, recently asked the Farmington Planning Commission to allow some flexibility to build detached single-family […]

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Lutheran Church of the Ascension marks 50 years Lutheran Church of the Ascension was planted in a cornfield. It’s on a corner lot, but that didn’t come until 1968, when the village of Burnsville began building Cliff Road. It offered kindergarten until 1971, when the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District started public kindergarten. The small Missouri Synod […]

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