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Community News: Ward 3 Councilor Erica Zweifel 5/11/16

May 11, 2016

Erica_Zweifel-size-for-webWard 3 Councilor Erica Zweifel announced her bid for re-election today.  Her term is up at the end of this year.  She talks with Teri Knight about her council career thus far and her aspirations for the City into the future.  Click below to listen to the full interview:

Community News: MnDot urges caution this Fishing Opener weekend

May 10, 2016

MN DotMnDOT urges motorists heading out for fishing opener to plan ahead, use caution in work zones.

The Minnesota walleye fishing opener will bring out anglers from around the state this weekend and the Minnesota Department of Transportation is urging travelers to plan ahead and use extra care while driving through highway work zones.  Click below for a list of major road construction sites:

Fishing Opener 2016 final

“Hostile Event” Training Inside-Video

May 10, 2016

Members of regional law enforcement, fire/rescue and EMS personnel took part in a training session at St. Dominic’s School on May 9th.

Community News: Free Nitrate screening for corn growers

May 10, 2016

MN corn growersMinnesota Corn Growers offering free nitrate screening in Rosemount to help farmers address water quality 

SHAKOPEE, Minn. (May 10, 2016) – The Minnesota Corn Growers Association (MCGA) is encouraging farmers to bring in water samples from wells, ditches, streams or tile outlets for free nitrate screening from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on May 27 at the Rosemount Research and Outreach Center at UMore Park, located at 1605 160th St. West. (more…)

Today’s news update – Couple of crashes send 3 to the hospital; “Hostile Event” training offers new mind set for emergency personnel; Fundraiser to train service dogs for Veterans – Believet; 4th Street to close tomorrow

May 10, 2016

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Couple of crashes send 3 to the hospital

A pair of early morning accidents had emergency responders busy this morning.  A crash at Hwy 19 just east of I-35 involved 3 vehicles.  Rescue Squad Capt. Aramis Wells said a car lost a wheel, hit another and set off the air bag.  He said 2 people were taken to the hospital to get checked out but nothing seemed serious.  They went to a more serious accident (more…)