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Pi Day milestone at Burnsville High School  ECM Publishers

Pi Days come and Pi Days go, but Pi Day 2019 was a milestone for Burnsville High School. Pi Day is an annual spot on the calendar — March 14, or 3/14 ...

Catholic high school to open in south metro  ECM Publishers

Tom Bengtson and Matt Birk were already on a mission to open a Catholic high school in the south metro area. But they hadn't found its home until they stopped ...

Retiring choir director will rekindle composing career | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Her website is still under construction. Details of copyright and law are unmastered rungs on a steep learning curve. Welcome to ...

Burnsville Class of 2019 | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School honored 609 graduates during the school's 63rd commencement June 7 at Pates Stadium. Class speakers were Andrew Vixayvong ...

BHS grads say it was a frank and fruitful year  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School's many hues will be on display at tonight's commencement, among the rows of graduates and at the podium where three speakers will ...

Superintendent responds to MPR story about racial climate at Metcalf Middle School  ECM Publishers

Editor's note: The following statement from Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Superintendent Theresa Battle was released Friday, Aug.

Old mall object of speculation once again | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

When Burnsville High School ran short of space in the mid-'90s, School District 191 bought a shopping center called Diamondhead Mall and remodeled it into a ...

BHS robotics wins award, advances to nationals | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

The Burnsville High School Robotics team received the Innovation in Control Award at the 10000 Lakes Regional, held April 6 and 7 at the University of ...

BHS principal apologizes for tardy response to racist graffiti  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School Principal Dave Helke has apologized for what he said was a tardy public response to racist graffiti at the school. In a letter to ...

Metcalf gets frank about principal video, racial climate  ECM Publishers

Before a gym full of parents, teachers and students at Metcalf Middle School Jan. 3, the school principal tried to atone for uttering a profane racial slur that was ...

School closing decisions expected in December or January  ECM Publishers

The District 191 School Board is expected to vote on school closings and other sweeping changes in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage district no later than late ...

Another 'Hutch' rises in law enforcement | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

His father set an example for new Hennepin sheriff.

Amoroso completes two eventful years as superintendent | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Teacher unrest, social media headaches and budget cuts came with Cindy Amoroso's two-year tour of duty as superintendent of School District 191.

Modern dance concert set by Youth Dance Ensemble of Burnsville  ECM Publishers

In collaboration with School District 191 Community Education, the Youth Dance Ensemble of Burnsville will present a modern dance concert on Monday, March ...

Dancer takes all-around approach to her profession  ECM Publishers

The starting lineup of the reimagined Broadway musical “42nd Street” playing at the Ordway in St. Paul includes seven women in the tap-dancing ensemble.

Gordmans to hold grand opening at Burnsville Center  ECM Publishers

Apparel and home décor retailer Gordmans, now a part of Stage Stores' community of stores, will hold grand openings at its Burnsville and Woodbury stores ...

'Deeply offensive' Burnsville High School homecoming sign comes under fire  Star Tribune

A Burnsville High School student came under fire over the weekend for an offensive poster that he used to ask a black student to the homecoming dance.

Free Burnsville Family Fest set Oct. 13 | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

The inaugural Burnsville Family Fest will take place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Burnsville High School, 600 E. Highway 13. This free event is an ...

Notebook: Opening day approaching for soccer, volleyball | Sports  ECM Publishers

If you're itching to see high school events, you won't have much longer to wait.

'Grit to Great': Women share career, life experiences with female students  ECM Publishers

Lakeville's Carrie Stangler remembers pondering what she would do with her life after high school.

Fire was a crisis that brought unity | News  ECM Publishers

First came the fire, then came a rainbow. Less than two months after an arsonist decimated their building, members of Burnsville High School's Class of 1994 ...

See video coverage of U.S. Rep. Angie Craig's first town hall  ECM Publishers

A town hall that U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, D-Eagan, had previously slated for Thursday night will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, at Burnsville High School, ...

Gopher Classic baseball tourney starts Friday | Sports  ECM Publishers

Burnsville and Elko will be host sites for the Gopher Classic, the annual American Legion baseball extravaganza that begins Friday. Burnsville, Eagan, Eastview ...

Ex-principal Howard Hall dies at 86 | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

The joke goes that when Burnsville High School's principal introduced himself to teachers as “Howard Hall from Missourah,” they needed a translation.

Education briefs for the week of Feb. 22 | Free  ECM Publishers

District 191 students' reading bringing them closer to Final Four.

'Life takes over' in front-seat delivery | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Keeping a light touch in a life-changing moment, emergency medical technician Ashley Johnson commented on the all-weather floor mats in her patient's SUV.

I Love Burnsville Week schedule of events  ECM Publishers

Saturday, June 1, to Saturday, June 8. Saturday, June 1. Tails on Trails, noon to 2 p.m., Alimagnet Park, 1200 Alimagnet Park Drive. Take a run with one's dog ...

Former Blaze star trying to keep the dream alive  ECM Publishers

Seeing a one-time prep basketball star such as Tarell Clark leading the transition and hoisting jump shots at Eagan Community Center, it would be easy to ...

New city manager sees opportunities ahead | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Burnsville's next city manager sees the city as a land of opportunity. Melanie Mesko Lee, the Hastings city administrator who will begin work in Burnsville on Jan.

Tension mounts in District 191 | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

As the school year draws to a close, tension continues to mount over the unsettled teachers contract in School District 191. The School Board's negotiating ...

Local club trains nationally prominent weightlifters | Sports  ECM Publishers

Undisputed program works with a number of high school athletes.

Notebook: Tyus Jones gets more money and possibly bigger role in Memphis  ECM Publishers

It's official: Tyus Jones is moving on. The former Apple Valley High School and Duke University player and four-year NBA veteran will join the Memphis Grizzlies ...

Mesko Lee appointed Burnsville city manager | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Hastings City Administrator Melanie Mesko Lee was hired Tuesday as Burnsville's city manager.

A flock of new recruits on signing day  ECM Publishers

Approximately 60 local high school athletes were expected to sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to compete in Division I and Division II college ...

UPDATED: Apple Valley snowmobilers die after falling through ice in Wisconsin  ECM Publishers

Funeral services have been set for an Apple Valley man and woman who died after their snowmobile fell through ice on a northwestern Wisconsin lake.

Final Dick Hanson golf tournament set for July 29  ECM Publishers

This year marks the 25th anniversary and grand finale of the Hanson Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament.

Bill extends protections to students 18 and older | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

When state Rep. Drew Christensen, R-Savage, learned of allegations that a Burnsville High School teacher had consensual sex with an 18-year-old senior, ...

Education briefs for the week of Feb. 15 | Free  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School DECA heads to state in record numbers.

Girlfriends rally around friend with ALS | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

After both had married and started having children, Evonne Carlson and Laurie Carr met for long walks around the Minneapolis lakes. Part of a tight group of ...

Gothard, referendum made news in Dist. 191 | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Superintendent Joe Gothard's exit to St. Paul and voter approval of levies to help stabilize finances for the next decade made headlines last year in ...

Bowls for BrainPower sets records | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Fay Finn and former Burnsville High School art teacher Tim Hammes started Bowls for BrainPower eight years ago. Hundreds of potters, novice and ...

District 191 lays out budget cuts | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Dozens of proposed budget cuts in School District 191 include reducing the elementary teaching staff, merging some middle school sports with Burnsville High ...

Hastings administrator picked for Burnsville's top job | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

The City Council voted 3-2 Monday to offer the Burnsville city manager job to Hastings City Administrator Melanie Mesko Lee. Mesko Lee edged out interim ...

Notebook: Former Mr. Basketball to coach Blaze | Sports  ECM Publishers

Burnsville High School is turning to a Minnesota Mr. Basketball award winner to rebuild its boys program.

Six seek four spots in Burnsville City Council primary  ECM Publishers

Winners will compete for two seats. Six candidates are running for the Burnsville City Council in the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The top four ...

Minnesota Music Teacher Allegedly Boasted of Having Sex with Underage Male Student

Erik Akervik, 29, is facing felony criminal sexual conduct and electronic solicitation of a child charges.

U.S. Rep. Angie Craig sets health care town hall meeting  ECM Publishers

U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, D-Eagan, will hold a town hall meeting in Apple Valley with a focus on health care issues Sunday, July 21.

Cougars adjusting to new coach's ways | Lakeville South  ECM Publishers

Kivihalme's arrival from Burnsville caught players by surprise.

Letter: What ISD 191 doesn't want you to know  ECM Publishers

To the editor: First, it is very important that residents carefully read the proposed Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District cuts. Residents should notice is there ...

Notebook: Lakeville's Smith tops world swim rankings | Sports  ECM Publishers

Lakeville North High School student Regan Smith, who turns 17 next week, has risen to the top of the world swimming rankings in two events.

South weightlifter ready for international debut | Sports  ECM Publishers

An injury interfered with Lander Wells' training regimen for three months, but for the Lakeville South senior it might have been a case of short-term pain, ...

Upcoming Pow Wows for May 17-19 - The Cherokee One Feather  Cherokee One Feather

Note: This list of pow wows was compiled by One Feather staff. The One Feather does not endorse any of these dances. It is simply a listing of ones occurring ...

Burnsville student dies aboard flight home | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

An 18-year-old college student from Burnsville died mysteriously Dec. 22 while flying from school in California.

Education briefs for the week of June 15  ECM Publishers

District 191 graduates earn certification for bilingual skills.

Burnsville Fire Muster Schedule of Events 2018 | Free  ECM Publishers

Tuesday, Sept. 4. Fire Muster Medallion Hunt, first clue posted at 9 a.m. at, medallion will be hidden in a city of Burnsville park. Wednesday ...

Education briefs for the week of Feb. 2  ECM Publishers

District 191 administrative changes announced for next school year.

Cobbler says goodbye to shoe repair | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Twenty years old and newly married to his high school sweetheart, Ron DiCosimo had $1,000 in the bank. Should he save it for doctor bills on the baby they ...

Kivihalme will lead Lakeville South boys hockey | Sports  ECM Publishers

Janne Kivihalme, who coached Burnsville boys hockey teams to two conference championships and two section titles, is leaving the Blaze but not the South ...

Notebook: Prepare for muddy SSC cross country races  ECM Publishers

Rosemount's boys and Farmington's girls will defend their team championships in the South Suburban Conference cross country meet Friday afternoon at ...

Year in review: Burnsville looked to the future in 2017  ECM Publishers

Burnsville looks pretty much the same as it did a year ago. But changes brewing in 2017 promised to reshape the city's landscape in the years and decades ...

South River Hills Day keeps on keeping on | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

It's not as big as it used to be, but South River Hills Day is a Burnsville tradition that refuses to die. June 2 marks the 45th anniversary of the day when swarms of ...

Education briefs for the week of June 1  ECM Publishers

Sioux Trail custodian earns national school support employee award.

2 seek DFL nod in 56A | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Democrats are 0-3 in Minnesota House District 56A. Republican Pam Myhra won the first election in 2012 and Republican Rep. Drew Christensen, who is ...

Newcomers among those seeking council seat | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

Three newcomers are running alongside three more established candidates in the Burnsville City Council primary on Aug. 14. Adam Clapp, Ryan Fagan and ...

Area briefs for the week of Sept. 28 | Free  ECM Publishers

Uponor hosts area robotics teams. gen uponor robotics 1. Uponor employees mingle during the company's Sept. 19 volunteer fair in Apple Valley.

Lakeville Area Chamber of Commerce selects Krista Jech as new president  ECM Publishers

The Lakeville Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Krista Jech as the new president of the chamber.

Education briefs for the week of May 18  ECM Publishers

Eagan school nutrition staff wins state recognition. edu 196 food *service* award. The Minnesota School Nutrition Association has awarded the food *service* team ...

Replacing greatness: The search for a new QB  Asheville Citizen-Times

Many local programs are searching for a new quarterback after losing their starters to graduation.

Teacher show marks 30 years | Burnsville  ECM Publishers

There's probably no video record of Connie Iles' infamous wardrobe malfunction, but she remembers. Iles was part of the dance crew for “Class Acts,” the annual ...

Impressions on Ice takes a wild turn | Sports  ECM Publishers

“Wild about Skating,” based on animals in popular culture, is the theme of the annual Burnsville-Minnesota Valley Figure Skating Club Impressions on Ice show.

Education briefs for the week of April 27  ECM Publishers

Harriet Bishop Elementary chess team takes 4th in state.

USA Baseball Part 2: Minnesota Connections - Minor Leagues - Articles - Homepage  Twins Daily

In Part 1 yesterday, we introduced you to former Twins minor league coach Frank Jagoda who took over as the Director of USA Baseball's 18U program.

Gophers expecting a lot from Kamal Martin | Sports  ECM Publishers

P.J. Fleck almost always projects an upbeat personality, and it was no different when the University of Minnesota football coach was asked about Kamal Martin.

Off-season changes help build up Eagles football for 2018  ECM Publishers

Kennedy football coach Jon Anderson has several reasons to be optimistic about the new football season. Approximately 50 football players took part in the ...

Ex-chief takes circuitous route to lofty state job  ECM Publishers

An ex-Burnsville police chief was back in the news this month. Bob Hawkins, who retired from the Police Department in late 2012, appeared Dec.

2017 in review: Lakeville a local, national and international force in sports  ECM Publishers

Decades ago, Lakeville was a farming community and its athletes excelled at the high school level.

Apple Valley elementary cheer program participation triples | Community  ECM Publishers

District 196 cheer programs offer leadership skills, mentorship opportunities.

2017 MLB Draft: High school pitchers  DRaysBay

High school pitching should go quick in this year's draft.

Actress brings lessons from her yoga mat to the stage  ECM Publishers

Apple Valley CorePower yoga instructor to play Suzanne in 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile'

2019 MLB Mock Draft Update with 1 Week Remaining  Bleacher Report

We are now less than one week away from the 2019 MLB draft, with a *fresh* wave of amateur talent set to hit farm systems across baseball...

Four sisters raised on dance expand Burnsville studio  Coon Rapids ECM Publishers

The four Nelson sisters of Studio 4 Dancers may have been destined to become dance teachers and business partners.

Canucks rookie Brock Boeser faced excruciating hardship on road to 'perfect spot' in the NHL  The Athletic

Sitting in their Burnsville, Minnesota, living room 'til 11:40 several nights a week, Laurie and Duke Boeser inevitably look at each other and blurt out, “Can you ...

Gophers hockey signs six in early signing period  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Don Lucia unveiled the Gophers' early signing class on Wednesday afternoon and it features two players with roots outside of Minnesota. North Carolina native ...

Football great Heinen earns Osseo High Athletic Hall of Fame entrance  ECM Publishers

With the high school football season quickly upon us, it is appropriate to honor Dennis Heinen, one of the best football players in Osseo's rich football history.

PWBA Twin Cities Open comes to Eagan | Sun This Week  ECM Publishers

Many of the top women bowlers in the world are hoping to throw strikes in Eagan this weekend. The Professional Women's Bowlers Association ...

These North Iowans are getting hitched (or already did): Weddings and engagements in 2018  Globe Gazette

Visit for online forms to submit your Celebration items. Deadline for Sunday publication is 5 p.m. Monday.

After long wait, Jason Lewis defeats Angie Craig in Minnesota's Second District  Star Tribune

Republican Jason Lewis narrowily defeated Democrat Angie Craig in a close race for the open seat in Minnesota's Second District early Wednesday after hours ...

Donald Herbert Lundberg | Obituaries |  Arizona Daily Sun

Donald Herbert Lundberg, age 74, passed away November 14, 2015. He was born March 1, 1941 to Herbert and Irma Lundberg in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Ballin' for a Good Cause | Laker Pioneer  ECM Publishers

On Saturday, April 21, law enforcement officers from more than 30 agencies across the state came together for the Ballin' in DC Annual Charity Tournament.

High School student found dead in NDSU dorm bed  Daily Mail

Devin Delaney, 17, was found unresponsive on the campus of North Dakota State University in Fargo on Sunday, by friend who said his 'lips were purple' and ...

The Top 500 Performances At The Roy Griak Invitational All-Time  MileSplit

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US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Boys 100m Dash  MileSplit

Check out the nation\'s top 500 outdoor boys returnees in the 100 meter dash among wind legal F.A.T. times.

MLB Draft 2017: Ranking the Biggest Steals of Day 1  Bleacher Report

The first day of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft came and went on Monday. Within the day's 75 picks are plenty of storylines . Including more than a few ...

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