Apple Valley
A national right-to-die group was found guilty last week of two charges connected to the May 2007 suicide of an Apple Valley woman. A Dakota County jury found Final Exit Network guilty of assisting another to commit suicide, a felony, and a gross-misdemeanor charge of interference with a dead body o...Read More
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Five endangered Hawaiian monk seals have found a home at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley. The seals — named Nani, Paki, Koa, Ola and Opua — arrived at the zoo last weekend and will be making their public debut over Memorial Day Weekend. The Minnesota Zoo will be the only location in the contin...Read More
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Adrenaline was what Joe Stone was after. After moving to Montana in his early 20s, the 2004 Apple Valley High School graduate soon was finding thrills engaging in speed flying — a sport that uses a small, parachute-like fabric for quick descents, usually in close proximity to steep slopes. Stone w...Read More
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Apple Valley resident Rick Anderson is set to host his seventh annual bike sale to benefit Kids ’n Kinship, a local youth mentoring program, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at his home located at 12738 Ethelton Way. There will be more than 140 bikes for sale, ranging in price from $30 to $350...Read More
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Melissa Hoppe, a 2003 graduate of Apple Valley High School, took home the Audience Choice Award for best narrative short for her film “Stealth” at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival in April. Hoppe wrote and produced “Stealth” over the course of her two-year master’s degr...Read More
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Minnesota Wild mascot Nordy hammed it up with students at Apple Valley’s Westview Elementary on May 6 at an all-school pep rally hosted by the Minnesota Wild. The pep rally was Westview’s prize for its first-place photo entry in the “Minnesota Wild Playoff Spirit” contest held throughout the...Read More
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Bluegrass band Switched at Birth is set to perform from 10:30 a.m.-noon Wednesday, May 20, at Apple Valley’s Galaxie Library as part of the library system’s ongoing Silver Teas concert series for people 55 and older throughout the month of May. Admission is free, and refreshments will be provide...Read More
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