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Dakota County Jail Bookings For Thursday, Jan. 17
HASTINGS, MN — The following people were booked at the Dakota County Jail on Thursday after their arrests. Travis Leigh Pickus-Rollheiser, arrested by Burnsville police on suspicion of domestic abuse.
Four snow plows hit in southern Minnesota during Friday snow
(FOX 9) - Snow falling throughout southern Minnesota is making roads dangerous for travel, even for snow plows. According to officials with Minnesota Department of Transportation, four snow plows have been hit by vehicles in southern Minnesota on Friday.
Hastings mom uses her fight against cancer to inspire generosity
HASTINGS, Minn. — When Melissa Black began fighting breast cancer in 2017, she knew she wasn't alone. Her husband, Charlie, and her two sons, Marcus and Donovan, fought through the tough days with her.
Should Minnesota be the Next State to Legalize Marijuana? [VOTE]
Minnesota's new Governor Tim Walz says he's in favor of legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in the state. Minnesotans appear divided on the issue. What say you?. Minnesota legalized the use of marijuana for medical purposes in 2014.
Couple finds thousands in cash under the floorboards during home renovation
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (FOX 9) - Never did Andy Rasmussen think he’d find tens of thousands of dollars in cash while peeling up the floorboards during a home renovation. “We looked through it,” Rasmussen said of finding the money while renovating an accessible home for a nonprofit Thursday. “It’s $20s a
FORECLOSURE SALE: Ronald and Deborah Jones 18-0999-FC01
MORTGAGOR(S): Ronald A. Jones and Deborah K. Jones, husband and wife. MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., a Delaware corporation, as nominee for Liberty National Mortgage, Inc., a Minnesota corporation.
Minnesota Weather: Snow, Frigid Temperatures Ahead
TWIN CITIES, MN — The National Weather Service says clearing skies overnight Friday, plus cold temperatures, will result in wind chills down to 40 degrees below zero in parts of Minnesota. Things won't be that cold in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro, but residents here can expect wind chills down t
Students head to the Capitol for Model Assembly
Students from Hastings Middle School and Hastings High School who participate in the Youth in Government program at the YMCA went to the state Capitol last weekend to participate in this year's Model Assembly.
Driver suspected in fatal Roseville crash told friend he was drunk, hit ‘something hard,’ court records say
One of the drivers suspected of being involved in a fatal collision that killed two pedestrians in Roseville earlier this month told a friend he drove over something “hard” at the crash scene but kept going because he was intoxicated, according to search warrant affidavits in the case.
Probate Notice: Alvin Ahrendt Jr 19HA-PR-18-741
It is Ordered and Notice is given that on November 8, 2018 at 9:00 a.m., a hearing will be held in this Court of Dakota County Judicial Center, 1560 Highway 55, Hastings, Minnesota for the adjudication of intestacy and determination of heirship of the Decedent, and for the appointment of: Beverly Ah
Minnesota man dies after car falls through ice
63-year-old David Maki from Blaine, Minnesota has died from injuries sustained during an accident that occurred on Jan. 17. According to a release sent out by the Polk County Sheriff’s Department, their office Dispatch Center received a 911 call that a vehicle had gone through the ice in the narrows
Boche named January Rotary Student of the Month
Hastings High School senior Megan Boche has been selected as the Hastings Rotary Student of the Month for January. Below is information on Boche provided by HHS Assistant Principal Kris Husaby:
Minnesota Zoo IMAX theater closing this month
The Minnesota Zoo announced the IMAX theater will be closing Jan. 27, 2019. The decision was made by IMAX corporate, according to the announcement email sent my the Minnesota Zoo.
Authorities identify 22-year-old killed in Highway 52 crash near Zumbrota
NEAR ZUMBROTA, Minn. (KTTC) – A 22-year-old Rosemount man is dead after a crash on Highway 52 near County Road 7 Thursday morning in Zumbrota. According to the Minnesota state patrol, the man, driving a 1995 Buick LeSabre, was going south on 52 at 5:47 a.m. The Buick left the highway, went through t
HASTINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT MINUTES 11/27/18
A Special Meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No.200, Hastings, Minnesota, was held on Monday, November 26th, 2018, in the Board Room of the District Office. Board Chair Lisa Hedin called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM. The following members were present: Joe Becker, Peter Bl
Leo & Arolyne Hackett celebrate 65th Wedding Anniversary
Leo and Arolyne Hackett recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. They were married on January 16, 1954 in Kenyon MN. They were blessed with 8 children and eventually settled in Hastings. Leo worked for Williams Pipeline company as a foreman until retirement in 1994. Arolyne worked as an R
Meet Our Pet Guest Of The Week: Hampton
Hampton is a 9-year-old Hound mix. Don’t let his age fool you, Hampton is a fun-loving, tail-wagging pup who is eager to find a loving new family.
Hastings middle school student arrested after alleged Snapchat threat
A 14-year-old boy was arrested Sunday for allegedly sending a threatening Snapchat message to a group of Hastings students. The boy, who is a Hastings Middle School student, sent the threat to a specific group of middle and high school students Sunday, according to the school district.
Workman elected Dakota County Board chair
Commissioner Liz Workman will lead the Dakota County Board of Commissioners in 2019. Workman, who represents Burnsville in District 5 of Dakota County, was elected chair Jan. 8 during the board's first meeting of the year. She replaces Commissioner Kathleen Gaylord, who served as chair in 2018. Comm
Ziggy's comes to Hudson; occupies old Pudge's building
A new name has taken over the familiar 302 and 304 Second St. building, which has been the home of pubs in Hudson since it was first built in 1866. Formerly Pudge's Saloon and Eatery and Club 304, the recently remodeled building is now Ziggy's Restaurant.