Monthly Archives: October 2008

Happy Halloween walk

Farmington’s annual community Halloween Walk held on Friday, Oct. 31 that is sponsored by CEEF turned up a large crowd of costumed children who stood in line at The Kindergarten Center in Farmington to walk through the dark and decorated … Continue reading

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South holds off North in section final

Cougars will take on Cretin-Derham Hall in state quarterfinals by Andy Rogers Thisweek Newspapers Lakeville South emerged as the victor last weekend in what was probably the biggest high school football game ever played in the city. The Cougars will … Continue reading

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Charges filed in the Edwin Charles Hawes murder case

Andover resident Edwin Hawes was shot with a crossbow and beaten to death with a baseball bat, according to criminal complaints filed Monday afternoon in Anoka County District Court.

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Spook-tacular Halloween photos!

The Dakota County Tribune will feature photos from kids in costume next week, but don't wait for the print edition. Click here to view and download your child's photo now. Happy Halloween from Thisweek Newspapers and the Dakota County Tribune!

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Rachel’s Challenge focuses on creating positive cultural change

by Kara Hildreth Thisweek Newspapers Comparing the life of his niece, Rachel Scott, to the famous young author Anne Frank, Larry Scott brought Rachel’s Challenge to Farmington and Eagan schools this week. Rachel Scott was the first student shot and … Continue reading

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New shopping concept catches on in area

by Kara Hildreth and Tad Johnson Thisweek Newspapers The trend of occasional sale shopping is something that is catching on south of the river. Lillians in Farmington and Haupt Antiek Market in Rosemount are two examples of area businesses that … Continue reading

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Fall back Nov. 2

An "extra hour" of sleep or play is just around the corner. Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, which marks the end of Daylight Saving Time.

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Passenger rail advanced thanks to $1.1M federal grant

Congressman James Oberstar briefed members of the Minneapolis-Duluth Superior Passenger Rail Alliance at its October meeting in Chisholm on federal legislation supporting rail initiatives like Northern Lights Express. NLX was selected as one of 15 rail projects nationwide to receive … Continue reading

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Cambridge Campus hosts renowned author

Anoka-Ramsey Community College’s annual Cambridge Campus Minnesota Writer Program is proud to announce Kevin Kling as this year’s featured artist. He will highlight a free, public reading at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13.

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Safe Cab attracts national spotlight

National attention has been given to the Isanti County Safe Cab and Toward Zero Deaths programs by the National Association of Development Organizations.

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