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Nearly 150 employees in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 are involved in the upcoming 27th annual Class Acts comedy variety show to raise money for scholarships for graduating students. This year’s show, dubbed “An Evening with the Stars” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. April 9-11, w...Read More
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Samuel Hank, son Mark and Sheri Hank of Burnsville, has been awarded a four-year full tuition scholarship to Vanderbilt University by the Department of the Army. Hank is a senior at Saint Thomas Academy and has desired to earn an ROTC scholarship since the eighth grade. While at STA, Hank has attain...Read More
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Glacier Hills Elementary School of Arts & Science in Eagan sponsored a family art night, book fair and ice cream social Thursday, March 19. Student art was on display throughout the building. A special exhibit on American Indian art was featured. Make-and-take art projects were available through...Read More
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Lt. Gov. Tina Smith and state Rep. Laurie Halverson, DFL-Eagan, visited with students and teachers at Deerwood Elementary School in Eagan March 20 to highlight Gov. Mark Dayton’s budget proposal to invest an additional $698 million in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 education. “Governor Dayton...Read More
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Farmington High School’s Kayli McGee, Emily Larsen, Kyra Lucke and Olinka Regules Verduzco achieved top awards in their competitive events at the state Business Professionals of America competition from March 12-15 in Minneapolis. The students advanced to the national competition May 6-10 Anaheim,...Read More
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