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Eagan's Tommy Anderson wins state alpine title
Tommy Anderson of Eagan High School won the state alpine slalom championship Feb. 10 at Giants Ridge in Biwabik. Anderson had the lowest time in both of his runs down the hill, which took a combined 1:07.76, one-third of a second faster than the second-place finisher from Burnsville. Luke Doolittle of Eastview finished in third place.
 
Low bond sale rate will save $17.6 million
On Jan. 20, the School Board approved the sale of $112 million in general obligation school building bonds to low bidder Bank of America Merrill Lynch of New York at a true interest rate of 2.09 percent. The difference between that rate and the 3.25 percent rate estimated last summer, in preparation for the bond referendum election, represents $17.6 million less in property taxes that will be needed to pay off the bonds, according to Jodie Zesbaugh of the district's financial consultant Ehlers and Associates.
 
Education Fair is March 15 at Eastview High
Eastview High School will host a Minnesota Education Fair on Tuesday, March 15, from 4 to 6 p.m., for interested students and parents from throughout the area. Admission is free. More than 100 regional and national colleges and universities, community and technical colleges, and military organizations will be represented at the fair.
 
Man faces felony for calling in threat to school
A 30-year-old Milaca man faces one count of threats of violence in connection with a call made to Rosemount Middle School on Nov. 10 inferring there was an explosive on school grounds. According to the criminal complaint, Justin Hopp, who was working construction on an apartment building near the school, admitted to calling in the threat because he did not want to go into work that morning.
 
District's 'capture rate' remains high
Eighty-seven percent of school-aged children who live in District 196 are attending District 196 schools this year, according to student enrollment and census data maintained by the district. Anything over 80 percent is considered high for a school district in Minnesota, according to former state demographer Hazel Reinhardt of Hazel Reinhardt Consulting.
 
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