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About 6,500 fans turned out for the track's opening day, in spite of cloudy, cold weather.
Soccer Shots of the Twin Cities is a two-year old company that has spread through Dakota County daycares and pre-Ks like wildfire.
Government, Schools, Business, Sports
Also in this week's headlines, a possible monastery in the south metro and a dribbling duo. Plus, Patch says farewell to Mr. Northfield.
Kids in the south metro can learn the fundamentals of baseball and softball from the best this summer, completely gratis.
The state dropped two spots in the League of American Bicyclists’ annual rankings.
Timothy Risdal ran a marathon and then some.
Four Burnsville athletes committed to schools in the Midwest on April 17.
Many south metro golf courses are planning to open for the 2013 season this weekend.
Government, Schools, Sports, Arts
Also in this week’s recap – A scholarship created to honor a lost friend and a surprise discovery in a Burnsville park.
Tad Dunsworth, a 49-year-old Burnsville man, came in first during Dakotah! Sport and Fitness' eleventh indoor triathlon.
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