Girls hockey team wins first 4 games overall Lakeville South didn’t have a South Suburban Conference girls hockey game Tuesday, but it was hardly a night off for the Cougars. Instead of playing an SSC opponent, they traveled to Aldrich Arena to play defending state Class AA champion Hill-Murray in a non-conference game (it took […]

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Lakeville DECA members score big-name entrepreneurs Lakeville high school students will have an opportunity to be inspired by two powerhouse entrepreneurs Tuesday, Dec. 9. Steven Schussler, founder of Rainforest Cafe and CEO of Schussler Creative, and Marcus Jundt, chairman and CEO of Williston Holding Company, will speak to students about business and entrepreneurship thanks to […]

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Bohline may have an ongoing role at Hosanna After 35 years, the Rev. Bill Bohline, founding and lead pastor of Hosanna Church in Lakeville, will retire Nov. 15, 2015, and has recommended executive pastor the Rev. Ryan Alexander as his successor. In a letter to the church’s congregation last week, Bohline said the decision to […]

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Nearly 700 Soldiers from the Minnesota National Guard’s Rosemount-based 34th Red Bull Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion will deploy to West Africa in support of Operation United Assistance in spring 2015. “Our soldiers – your neighbors – are prepared to deploy to support this humanitarian mission designed to stop the spread of the Ebola […]

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Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom was part of a recent gathering of Minnesota Youth Intervention Programs Association leaders, who aim to promote youth intervention as a means to improve public safety and to keep young people from entering the costly juvenile justice system. “It is important for local government and law enforcement to work together […]

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Concurrent enrollment class has juniors applying solutions to real work problems Hunger, homelessness and domestic violence are community issues that are prevalent in every town, and Rosemount is no different. Rosemount High School juniors in the College Writing and Research Class are trying to do something about those critical issues and more by doing their […]

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