Erin Adler

Reporter | South Metro
Phone: 952-746-3283
Erin Adler covers South metro schools, including Dakota and Scott counties.

Recent content from Erin Adler

Lakeville school board's 'secret vote' irks residents

Whether the vote was a violation of open-meeting law or not, some residents are concerned about transparency.

Updated: December 27, 2014, - 03:39 PM

Visitation student designs device to ease arthritis

Sarah Betts, a 14-year-old freshman at Visitation School, has designed a device to help others with arthritis.

Updated: December 20, 2014, - 10:31 PM

Prior Lake teen represents community at national tribal conference

Shakopee Mdewakanton member attended the Tribal Nations Conference in Washington, D.C.

Updated: December 16, 2014, - 03:02 PM

Rosemount district talks facilities in preparation for tax request

A task force asked the community to weigh in on facilities, security and technology in preparation for a 2015 referendum.

Updated: December 09, 2014, - 02:42 PM

Accused cop killer can be prosecuted jointly, judge rules

Multicounty indictment against suspect Brian Fitch will stand, ruling says.

Updated: December 05, 2014, - 10:49 PM

'Fab Labs' bring creativity to south metro schools

Three of the new labs have opened in the south metro, helping students ‘build their own future.’

Updated: December 05, 2014, - 10:00 PM

St. Thomas Academy's 'Old Guard' is passing

At 93, George Schnell isn’t just one of a few remaining members of the Greatest Generation. He’s also the last...

Updated: December 04, 2014, - 06:50 PM

School board's reluctance puts Eagan tax deal on hold

Investments in a new outlet area mall are in the middle of a debate between the school board and the...

Updated: December 02, 2014, - 03:19 PM

'Fab Labs' bring creativity to south metro schools

Three new labs have opened in the south metro. Students are learning to ‘build their own future.’

Updated: November 29, 2014, - 04:54 PM

Survey: Shakopee residents back $83M high school addition

With high school population poised to grow, district eyes options to serve 3,200 students.

Updated: November 25, 2014, - 10:25 AM

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