Saturday, December 1, 2012
Want to learn how to post an event or announcement on our calendar, upload your photos or comment on the site? Keep reading!
Burnsville Patch has been up and running for over one year, and we thought it was high time to fill you, the reader, in on all the functions and features of our site. We're committed to covering all aspects of life in Burnsville, but we also want to promote a healthy dialogue with the community. We want you to feel invested in this site, just like you feel invested in Burnsville. For those of you who have already started commenting and contributing to the site, thanks! Your voices and perspectives are welcome, and make Burnsville Patch more well-rounded and vibrant. For those of you who are unsure how to contribute, here is a quick guide to some of the free functions on our site: 1. Upload Your Photos and Video Are you a fashion designer…
Friday, October 5, 2012
Check out what people were most interested in reading on Burnsville Patch in September 2012.
Here’s a recap of the posts that generated the most interest on Burnsville Patch in September. Did you catch all of them? Click on the headlines below to read the full story.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Burnsville Patch's local bloggers play an important role on our website, and we're always looking for more.
Last year, Burnsville Patch launched a blog platform—sort of like an open community opinion page—and in that time we've gotten some fantastic contributors filling our Local Voices section. Take, for example, Burnsville resident and blogger Ingrid Henry, who has written passionately about how mentorship can change a child's life. Or take a look at the super-useful blogs from Chris Buckley, an expert on all things tech-related, who has guided us through a Latvian hacking crisis and multiple iterations of Facebook. There are many others—individuals, politicians and organizations, in fact—who choose to be heard on Burnsville Patch. And each one of them brings a different perspective and voice to this community website. Their input makes us a…