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In some ways, their journey was totally typical: like every immigrant who comes to the U.S., there were worries about jobs, health care, a place to live, even how to get a car.
Recess is going to be a lot more fun this fall.A new playground was installed last weekend at Falcon Heights Elementary School. Volunteers spent Saturday afternoon replacing an older structure with new, safer equipment.
Burglary • CareFacts, 2140 County Road C, was burglarized overnight June 15 to 16. There was no sign of forced entry.Theft
It’s been said that Minnesota has two seasons: winter and road construction. Falcon Heights has more control over the second season than almost every other city in the state.
Police officers and firefighters used bullhorns June 27 to tell everyone at the Rose Parade to take cover.
The old saying that every cloud has a silver lining could apply to the Rosetown American Legion baseball team. At least that’s what they’re hoping.
My dad had been eagerly counting down the days to our annual Canadian fishing trip, but in the hours preceding our departure, the whole expedition almost came to a screeching halt.
Lauderdale Mayor Jeffrey Dains joked about letting a coin toss decide who would become the city’s newest council member, Denise Hawkinson or Karen Doherty.
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