With Sports Paused, Life Altered, Athletes Make Do, Make NewMarch 12, 2020, that tipping-point day of dread for so many as the dark clouds of COVID-19 drifted in, was the end of the run for the second-ranked Minnesota State Mavericks and their 31-5-2 record.
Farmington Girls' Basketball Star Sophie Hart Fields College Recruitment SeasonAt Farmington High School, they have a force in the middle. Her name is Sophie Hart, and she's created quite a future.
'We're Playing Together': Patience Is Paying Off For Farmington's Football ProgramFarmington High School knew they had some talent coming back, and now so does the rest of their conference.
Anna & Mariah Fenske: Farmington Cross Country's Sibling RivalryFarmington features a formidable girls cross country team -- and two of the Tiger’s top contenders come from the same family.
Structure Fire In Farmington, No InjuriesA house fire in Farmington took four fire trucks to extinguish Wednesday, the Farmington Fire Department said. Just before 8 p.m., smoke was reported at 105 Oak Street.
Farmington H.S. Robotics Team Builds Electric Wheelchair For 2-Year-Old Whose Family Couldn’t Afford ItA high school robotics team from Minnesota built its greatest creation yet, one that has changed a 2-year-old boy's life.
Farmington High Schoolers Use Holiday To Help Feed Starving ChildrenThe students, all part of National Honor Society or Student Council, spent two hours packing food that will be sent to Nicaragua.
Patrol: Pedestrian Fatally Struck By SUV In FarmingtonA 38-year-old woman died Saturday evening after being hit by an SUV while crossing a street in the south metro.
Third Graders Construct Farmington Out Of GingerbreadMore than 100 third graders at Riverview Elementary were given the assignment to choose a building in Farmington, study it and build it out of gingerbread.
'So Much Fun': Farmington Couple Makes Lamps Out Of Iconic AntiquesIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us to Machine Age Lamps in Farmington, where iconic things from the past are now lighting up the future.
Shelter Operator Charged After Dozens Of Animals Found DeadA Farmington woman shelter operator is facing animal cruelty charges after a search warrant revealed about 100 animals in the home.
Farmington Council To Vote On Police Chief Separation AgreementFarmington City Council will vote to approve or reject a separation agreement with their current police chief, Brian Lindquist.
Charges: Woman Hit Boyfriend With SUV After Bar Close ArgumentA southern Minnesota woman is accused of hitting her boyfriend with her SUV last weekend during an argument outside a bar.
Person Stabbed In Farmington HomePolice say they are seeking a resident in connection with the stabbing, 28-year-old Giao Cong Bui.
Farmington Shelter Operator Arrested After Dozens Of Animals Found DeadA Farmington woman was arrested after dozens of animals were found dead this week at a rescue shelter south of the Twin Cities metro.