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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.
Government, Schools, Business
Also in this week’s review: Burnsville chooses new superintendent, Shakopee joins the South Suburban Conference and a local man loses out on "The Voice."
Police & Fire, Schools
Attorneys, police and education officials from the east metro gathered for a forum on bullying, cyberbullying and sexting earlier this week.
Also in this week’s review: A new leader for the City of Burnsville staff, Little Caesar’s gets its sign wavers back.
Administrators, support staff and a handful of teachers will be let go as the district looks to trim next year's budget.
The program will have room for 108 students in year one, with registration beginning in April.
At the state tournament, Lakeville North beat Bemidji and Wayzata. There was a split decision with Nova Classical Academy who went on to win.
Government, Schools, Business, Awareness
Also in this week's wrap: Talking about all-day, everyday kindergarten; two autistic men at center of sign ordinance debate; and those pesky potholes are back.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business
A rundown of the Lakeville news from the past week.
Also: Lakeville North boys made it to state, and snow cancelled classes all over the region.
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