Week in Review: New 50s Diner, Gay Marriage Group Holds Meeting, Parkview Developments

Every Sunday, Patch takes a look back at the news that made headlines in the previous week.


  • BLOG: Eagan High School Wildcats Boys' Soccer Results and Upcoming Games
  • BLOG: Rainbows and Unicorns
  • BLOG: Top 5 Cost-Effective Repairs for Your Home
  • BLOG: BBB Sees Surge in Complaints Against Power4Home Pro
  • BLOG: Nutella Banana Bread Recipe from Diane's Food Blog
  • BLOG: What is Government?
  • BLOG: Twin Cities Real Estate Recovery in the Media
  • BLOG: Scared to Try Yoga? Here’s Some “Instant Courage”



  • PHOTOS: Caponi Art Park Returns to Medieval Era
  • Eagan Cop Dedicates Novel to Deceased Infant
  • Community Wellness Day Coming to Civic Arena on Saturday
  • Auditions Open on Oct. 15 for Eagan Talent Show
  • Ask the Patch Pros: Home Security
  • VIDEO: Marriage Amendment Opponents Get Personal at Eagan Town Hall Meeting
  • Men to Take a Stand Against Breast Cancer in Twin Cities
  • Sold: Recent Home Sales in Eagan
  • Write a Letter to a Wrestler at a Dakota County Library
  • Pet of the Week: Mindy Loves the Water and Adores Kids


  • Join Rep. Diane Anderson for a Higher Education Listening Session
  • VIDEO: Eagan Resident Makes Appearance on The Daily Show
  • Parkview Redevelopment Plans Move Through Met Council Committee
  • Letter to the Editor: Rep. Doug Wardlow's Claims Misleading
  • Letter to the Editor: Dakota County Commissioner Reflects on Accomplishments
  • Kline Nabs National Rifle Association Fund Endorsement
  • LIVE BLOG: Share Your Thoughts During the First Presidential Debate
  • WATCH: Presidential Debate Schedule 2012
  • Twin Cities Reaction: Who Won the Presidential Debate?
  • Obermueller's "Working For You" Tour Making Stop in Eagan
  • Twin Cities Politicians Say Romney Won First Presidential Debate
  • Letter to the Editor: Political Mudslinging Kicking into High Gear


  • MAP: September Police Calls
  • Sheriff's Newsletter: 25 Dogs Rescued During Fire at Boarding Kennel in Dakota County




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