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Third potential suspect remains at large Lakeville police officers arrested two burglary suspects Friday, Aug. 9 near downtown Lakeville, but a third potential suspect remains at large after an extensive search that included a State Patrol helicopter and K-9 units. The arrests were made after a patr...Read More
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Vonhof was with department 33 years Lakeville police Chief Tom Vonhof will retire Oct. 1, and the City Council will move quickly to find his replacement. A 33-year veteran of the department, Vonhof has served as chief since 2006 and began his law enforcement career as a Lakeville police officer in 1...Read More
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No injuries reported No injuries were reported after a black single-engine Cessna airplane flipped over at the Airlake Airport in Lakeville Monday. Witnesses said a student and instructor were in the plane when it flipped over during a landing attempt, coming to rest upside down at the edge of a run...Read More
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Rise in homeless reaches youth Second in a series: A journey home While his classmates looked toward their last year at Burnsville High School with excitement, Michael Woods focused on where he would sleep each night. For years, his mother kept the family afloat while living paycheck to paycheck. In...Read More
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Farmington man develops business facilitating final message on social media When someone dies, comfort is found in those memories, final words and epitaphs left behind. With the Internet now, families are left with an abundance of social media posts and email messages that remain a digital legacy of...Read More
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The number of people without housing rises as  out-of-work residents  struggle to find jobs First in a series: Starting Over At age 50, Stephanie lived a comfortable, middle class, suburban life. She held a career in the insurance industry, had a nice apartment in Burnsville and was sending her da...Read More
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Board set to approve levy amount July 9 Lakeville Area School District voters will be asked to approve a $5.6 million operating levy in a special election Nov. 5. The funding amounts to $540 per pupil and would result in a net property tax increase of $169  annually for the average $230,000 home, a...Read More
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