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The Holiday Hoopla medallion hunt is underway in downtown Hastings. Here's the third clue: The Gobblegait walk is enjoyed by all, it takes you along a river view. The Medallion...
The Holiday Hoopla medallion hunt is underway in downtown Hastings. Here's the second clue: Shopping in Downtown Hastings is a Holiday Thrill. Stop into the Depot, Busted Nut or the Onion Grill. Looking East and looking West, finding the Medallion will be the Best.
Each year, students in Hastings public and homes-based schools enter the Hastings VFW Post 1210 patriotic youth essay competition. This provides them with an opportunity to express their ideas and...
The Holiday Hoopla medallion hunt has officially begun. Here's the first clue: Downtown Hastings is the place to be, storefronts are decorated for you to see. The new pavilion, the...
FARMINGTON, Minn. — Dakota Electric Association recently awarded Jeff Reed of Hampton the Outstanding Leader of the Year award. Each year, Dakota Electric seeks to recognize outstanding leadership with the award. Dakota Electric Director Judy Kimmes attended a recent Dakota County Township Officers Association meeting to present the award to Reed. “I was pretty surprised and honored,” Reed said of the award.
FARMINGTON, Minn. — Dakota Electric Association, along with its power supplier Great River Energy, recently announced a joint solar project that will provide dedicated solar power directly to Dakota Electric’s membership. The one-megawatt (MW) solar array will be built along Highway 61 in Marshan Township by SoCore, a leader in solar energy development and construction.
Minnesota Author Sheyna Galyan will meet with readers at the Bierstube in Hastings at 7 p.m. on Nov. 17 as part of the monthly “Bookstube at the Bierstube” author event. This event is free and open to the public. Galyan will share stories about her life as an author and more and will answer questions from Hastings area residents.
If you've been to the Hastings riverfront, you've been in a national park. Hastings is part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area or MNRRA, the 72-mile national park stretching from Dayton on the north to the Mighty Mississippi's confluence with the St. Croix just downstream.
Ahead of the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, the Hastings Star Gazette would like to talk with local residents who served in the military at Pearl Harbor, had relatives who served or have other connections to the Dec. 7, 1941, attack. If you’re willing to be interviewed, or know someone who is, please contact Katrina Styx at email@example.com .
Dakota County voters eager to see the results for local election races were disappointed last night. Results reporting was delayed until shortly after 2 a.m., six hours after the polls closed. Today, Dakota County issued an explanation. According to a press release, a limited number of incorrect precinct ballots being inadvertently provided by county staff to early voters, meant that election officials had to physically rerun ballots for all Dakota County precincts, causing a delay in reporting results on election night.