Monthly Archives: December 2008

Rahn principal on leave as complaint is investigated

Doug Steele, principal of Rahn Elementary School in Eagan, is on paid leave while Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 investigates a complaint against him. The leave began Dec. 16, district spokeswoman Ruth Dunn said.  

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Major county technology project put off indefinitely

Faced with an anticipated budget crunch in 2009, the Anoka County Board has put off indefinitely a major technology project.

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ROSEMOUNT HIGH SCHOOL FALL TRIMESTER A HONOR ROLLS

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Colleagues praise Roy, Johnson

A reception for retiring Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School Board members Vicki Roy and Todd Johnson was held Dec. 18. Roy, left, got a hug from incoming Board Member DeeDee Currier, while Johnson got a kiss from his wife, Diann. Photo by John … Continue reading

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District 11's Dehnicke dives into retirement

He’s coached the guys on the gridiron. He’s revealed to students the wonders of social studies. He’s managed and mentored colleagues in administrative offices.

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Rosemount Area Seniors

The following activities are sponsored by the Rosemount Parks and Recreation Department and the Rosemount Area Seniors. For more information, call the Rosemount Parks and Recreation Department at (651) 322-6000. Monday, Jan. 5 — Bridge, 9 a.m., Rosemount Community Center … Continue reading

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Klobuchar is optimistic about future of America

It hasn’t been an easy go on the economic front, Sen. Amy Klobuchar will tell you, but she remains optimistic for positive changes on mainstreet and for U.S. workers.

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Economy takes center stage at MetroNorth’s meeting

Bailouts and tax hikes are not the answer to the country’s economic woes.

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City, ex-firefighter settle discrimination claim for $145,000

by John Gessner Thisweek Newspapers The city of Burnsville has agreed to a $145,000 settlement with a former firefighter-paramedic who claimed that disability and gender discrimination led to her firing. The city’s insurer paid the claim under a September agreement … Continue reading

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Anoka County receives two senior grants

Federal grants have been received by Anoka County to keep two programs benefiting senior citizens operating.

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