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Kay joins Exclusive Aircraft Sales

David Kay has joined Exclusive Aircraft Sales in Eden Prairie as its director of aircraft sales. Kay has nearly 25 years of industry experience in aviation and aircraft sales knowledge. He is active pilot with commercial and instrument ratings and received his aviation technology degree from the Uni

SWNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-12-17 15:00:00

Girls basketball: State rankings

CLASS AAAA 1. Hopkins#6-0 2. Eastview#5-0 3. Wayzata#6-0 4. Centennial#3-1 5. Cretin-Derham Hall#5-1 6. Lakeville North#3-3 7. Maple Grove#4-1 8. St. Michael-Albertville#2-1 9. Moorhead#5-1 10.Farmington#4-0 CLASS AAA 1. Robbinsdale Cooper#3-1 2. Holy Angels#5-1 3. Mahtomedi#4-0 4. Hutchinson#4-1 5.

POST-BULLETIN

Experts offer Farmington tips to lure economic development

City leaders convened to listen to experts offer an outsider's view and advice on how Farmington can move forward in terms of creating competitive economic development. City staff and government leaders attended the Urban Land Institute Minnesota workshop on Nov. 13. The information will be used by

FARMINGTON INDEPENDENT

Stove device credited with helping stop Burnsville kitchen fire

It could have been much worse. Their apartment could have been destroyed. Their neighbors displaced. The two children inside could have been injured. But when a pan fire broke out at a Burnsville apartment on Dec. 1, the fire was quickly, completely extinguished. Fixated under the range hood were co

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE

Woman struck, killed while walking in Statesville

A 72-year-old Statesville woman died after being struck by a vehicle backing out of a driveway Friday, according to the North Carolina Highway Patrol. Sylvia Wilkerson was killed in the accident, which occurred around 7 p.m. in the 100 block of Arlie Loop, south of the city. Trooper B.A. Ketner said

STATESVILLE RECORD & LANDMARK - 2017-12-16 20:12:00

PHOTOS: Santa Land at the Statesville Fitness & Activity Center

Scenes from the Santa Land event at the Statesville Fitness and Activity Center on Friday. The free event featured Santa Claus, crafts and more. Buy Now Emily Mullins entertains 8-month-old Zion Hollifield at the Santa Land event on Friday at the Statesville Fitness and Activity Center. RYAN REVOCK

STATESVILLE RECORD & LANDMARK - 2017-12-16 14:13:00

Statesville man pleads guilty to sex with 13-year-old

A Statesville man could serve nearly 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to statutory rape involving a 13-year-old victim. Devan Lane Black, 20, was sentenced Dec. 4 in Iredell County Superior Court to between 67 and 141 months in prison. The incident took place June 22, 2016 on Castle Creek Ro

STATESVILLE RECORD & LANDMARK

Statesville artist pours hundreds of hours into military-themed mural

STATESVILLE - Todd Donahue of Statesville recently completed a military-themed mural on an enclosed trailer for the upcoming Sgt. Leonard's Mobile Military Museum. Donahue, a lifelong artist, drafted the design and used outdoor acrylic paint for the 15-by-7-foot mural. Over the course of a month, Do

SALISBURY POST - 2017-12-16 03:34:00

Winston-Salem police look for suspect in Friday's deadly shooting

Winston-Salem police are looking for a suspect who shot and killed a man early Friday in eastern Winston-Salem. James Anthony Davis Jr., 29, of Cody Drive was found dead of a gunshot wound in a crashed car shortly before 2 a.m., police said. Emergency medical technicians pronounced Davis dead at the

WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL - 2017-12-15 22:00:00

Letter: Recycle lights for a good cause

Just a tip: While the Rowan County recycling sites cannot accept strands of unwanted or burned out Christmas tree lights, you can drop them in the Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary aluminum can drop-off spots around Salisbury. Faithful Friends can recycle them. The dropoff sites at Uptown Dogs and

SALISBURY POST - 2017-12-17 05:49:34

Letter: State tree is the pine, not just longleaf

In response to the story "Catawba College students help restore Piedmont longleaf pine": It was reported that the official state tree of North Carolina is the longleaf pine, while the official state tree has actually been listed as the pine tree since 1963, giving no specific species of pine. This

SALISBURY POST - 2017-12-17 06:55:56

PHOTOS: Holiday Hoopla at Carolinas HealthCare Systems Blue Ridge

Folks did not miss out on a local holiday event at Carolinas HealthCare Systems Blue Ridge in Valdese on Friday afternoon. Kids were able to experience a trip to the North Pole by riding the Polar Express elevator to see Santa. Frosty the Snowman, Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer, The Grinch and many e

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD - 2017-12-17 02:36:00

Hamilton business owner, Edgewood special needs students team up

Holly Dainton's students have won the heart and support of a local business woman and artisan. Venita Allen, the owner of lahVdah in Hamilton, has teamed up with special education students at Edgewood High School to sell their crafts in her store. Edgewood Schools outlines 5 key strategies to guide

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-16 20:25:06

Man in van tried to lure Hamilton kids with promise of ice cream, residents tell police

A Hampshire Drive mother, with children attending Fairwood Elementary School, expressed concern Friday about a man in a van she says is trying to lure children with promises of ice cream. About a month ago, a man in a white van "pulled up and tried to lure two girls into the (van) with him to go to

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-15 23:59:59

Water boil advisory lifted for affected areas in Hamilton

Bacteria testing has been completed and the affected areas - Hayes Avenue from River Road to Arlington Avenue and Arlington Avenue from Hayes Avenue to Andover Avenue - are no longer under the advisory, said Joy Rodenburgh with the city's Public Works Department. "The water sampling conducted indica

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-15 23:59:59

Area woman's poodle killed by neighbor's pit bull, police say

A Dayton woman's dog was killed Saturday morning when a neighbor's pit bull forced its way under a fence and attacked, according to police. Dayton police were called to the 200 block of Smith Street where they found a gray and white pit bull chained to a fence, according to a police report. When pol

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-17 17:36:17

Seven Days of Heroin: Elliana's story

In July Stephanie Gaffney told The Enquirer she was in treatment for her opioid addiction and aimed to create a good life for her child. Ten days later, she died of brain damage after an opioid overdose. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley The Enquirer/Cara Owsley What we reported: In The Enquirer's special r

CINCINNATI.COM - 2017-12-17 00:34:29

Put toy safety on the list

It's magical when a child holds a treasured toy for the first time. That precious look in the child's eyes says it all. For grown-ups, that's the joy of giving toys for birthdays, holidays - or just because. But while kids want fun stuff, they need safe playthings too. Thousands of toy-related injur

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-12-17 18:46:31

Trenton police still searching for Fifth Third Bank robber

Trenton police say they are still searching for the man who allegedly robbed the Fifth Third Bank on State Street Saturday morning. Anyone with information about the robbery is urged to call the Trenton Police Department at 513-988-6341 or call Detective Sean Gill at 513-428-0129. This story will be

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-17 14:24:45

Wrong-way Oxford driver released to wife due to overcrowded jail

A car honking at 10:42 p.m. Dec. 9 alerted an officer on patrol to a driver operating his Subaru in the wrong lane while driving east on High Street approaching Main Street. The honking was from a vehicle that swerved to avoid a head-on collision as the Subaru traveled a half-block on the wrong side

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-16 23:59:59