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One killed in Thursday crash on County Road 46

A 32-year-old Inver Grove Heights woman died and another individual was seriously injured May 30 in a head-on collision on County Road 46 near Blaine Avenue in Empire Township.

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Levy decision will come this summer

Survey will likely take place early this summer

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For senior, its the end of a winding road

Alexa Hanson will graduate from Rosemount High School after attending six high schools in her junior and senior years

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Time for prime time?

High school's partnership with FTTH could mean a chance to broadcast more Rosemount sporting and arts events

Satisfaction, frustration follow legislative session

Political affiliation plays a role in view of session

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RHS senior met her challenges

Brianna Albers took several honors and AP classes despite missing school for all of winter because of health concerns

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Nathan's column: What's your bid?

Minneapolis, it seems, is a popular place for people who want to mix money up in their dating lives.

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A celebration of strong women

Annual Modern Company show focuses on women who inspired company members

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Local legislators split on same-sex marriage vote

Garofalo and Clausen supported same-sex marriage; Wills and Thompson opposed

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196 school board opens the door for an operating levy

Monday night vote clears the way to ask voters to approve a levy in November

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Columns

Column: It’s time for a bicycle confession

I’m not sure if it’s the early spring, the fact it’s nearly 1 a.m. or the fact I keep hearing stories about Catholic priests in the news lately, but I’m in a bit of a confessional mood this week. Bless me, Rosemount, for I have been a bad biker.

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Column: We’re all tweeting for posterity

The Library of Congress announced last week that it plans to maintain a complete record of every message ever sent on the social networking site Twitter. It's a move that all but guarantees future generations looking back to April of 2010 will have unfettered access to thousands upon thousands of tweets that read, "OMG! The Library of Congress wants to know what I had for breakfast!"

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Column: Now, about that Vikings stadium...

By this point, all of you probably know the important details of the Minnesota Twins first game at their shiny new discount store-branded sports field. You could hardly help it. It doesn’t matter if you’re a baseball fan or even if you’re conscious and coherent. Details of the new stadium are everywhere.

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Column: The newest, shiniest thing

Last weekend Apple released a device that has created a bit of a divide among the public at large. The new iPad has launched a discussion some might consider overkill for a device that so far as I can tell does nothing to cure cancer or deliver world peace.

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Column: Trust me, I’m a journalist

Earlier this week a journalist friend of mine shared a link to a column that attempted to identify the 10 least trusted professions around. He slotted journalists at number nine, nestled between celebrities at No. 8 and police officers at No. 10.

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Column: Madness inspires extremes

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament kicked off last week with a two-day celebration of sports that over the years has become one of this country’s favorite second-tier national holidays. It’s got less drunken debauchery than St. Patrick’s Day but more mail delivery than Columbus Day.

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Column: Ladies, a piece of advice

Under normal circumstances I would never presume to offer advice to women on how to live their day-to-day lives. Like all men — with the possible exception of Elton John and Dr. Phil — I lack both the anatomy and the life experience necessary to pretend I know what’s going on inside the typical woman’s head.

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