from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeastern Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. Population: 59,300.


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  • BURNSVILLE LITERARY FEST: The Carolina Mountains Literary Festival kicks off its two-day festival of authors in Burnsville. - News

  • There's this guy in Burnsville (naomikritzer found him for me the day before a big article appeared in the Star Tribune about him) who takes cash, well, credit.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Kristina Koznick — 27; born in Burnsville, Minn.; member of the '98 and' 02 Olympic teams; no longer trains or competes with the U.S. team; her "Team Koz" includes a head coach, conditioning coach and ski technician. - U.S. roster

  • I’m living in Burnsville this week with my friend’s daughter, and four cats and a dog.

    Dah-link, it’s been ages! « Biodork

  • After work on Friday we joined the minnehahas for dinner at Nina's Steakhouse (formerly known as the Russian Tavern) in Burnsville.

    Mediocre Russian, Good Indian, and to little Italian

  • In the mean time I'm going to go take a longer look at the Mazda 3 out in Burnsville.

    Car hunt update: Trade-ins suck!

  • The rest of the day was spent running around looking at cars up in Burnsville.

    Car Saturday

  • The March incident was the most recent and serious of a number of calls Burnsville police have had involving the north Burnsville location in recent years. rss feed

  • Although participation in the various hydrant adoption programs is by all accounts low no one has yet called Burnsville to register for its program, for example, fire officials hope the message gets out that clearing hydrants is important. rss feed

  • Some cities such as Burnsville and Shorewood even allow bow-hunting to thin the herds. rss feed


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