Britt Johnsen is a Savage reporter who loves in-depth reporting and bringing more heart and soul to the paper. Britt is thoughtful, hard-working and an “introverted extrovert.” She loves her two cats, yoga, poetry and snobby Minneapolis coffee.
A consultant hired by the city of Burnsville has completed a report clearing concerns related to mining blasts that disturbed some Savage and …
Kraemer Mining and Materials in Burnsville this year plans to detonate blasts in the northwest corner of its mine, pictured here on Monday, Feb. 26.
Kraemer Mining and Materials mines limestone at 1020 Cliff Road W., Burnsville.
John Rivisto, vice president and general manager of Kraemer Mining, shows a map of where the company plans to mine in 2018.
Updated 11:06 a.m. Monday.
When Jasmine Buckner first arrived at Burnsville High School from New York City, she felt alone.
Two baby girls lie next to each other in the same crib, not knowing that their sweet beginning would lead to an essential friendship.
Bottom left to right: Jasmine Buckner, Amal Mohamed, Rahma Abdullahi and Eaden Mezemure. Top left to right: Ilhan Adan, Eyerusalem Abebaw, Mar…
From left to right, Black Student Union executive board members are pictured in front of the Black History Month display at Burnsville High Sc…