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Burnsville has two Dairy QueensIn 1973 Burnsville had two Dairy Queen's. One at Highway 13 and 12th Avenue, near the Burnsville Bowl.
The second, at the intersection of County Road 5 and Highway 13. This ad is for the second - February 22, 1973.
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Skateville signThis Skateville sign is visible from Highway 13, photo 2019.55555
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Burnsville Center 1990sEntry into the Burnsville Center, circa 1990 compliments of the Burnsville Center.55555
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Burnsville Center 1977Powers was one of the major stores when the Center opened. August 3, 1977 Burnsville Current photo.55555
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Del and Addie Benjamin Burnsville BowlOwners of the Burnsville Bowl in 1979. *Third person not identified.55555
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El Dorado adAlthough many long time residents always called it Herbie's ... after Herbie Pilger sold the building the new owner renamed it the
El Dorado.
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Burnsville Center opening day 1977Burnsville Center is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. It is one of the larger enclosed malls in Minnesota with over 153 stores on 3 floors and approximately 1,100,000 square feet. The mall opened in 1977 after Hannah Rimnac sold farmland to Homart Development; however, the mall is now owned by CBL & Associates, a company which owns and operates over 32 malls throughout the United States.55555
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Herbie Pilger dies at 58 yrs of age - 1968January 26, 1968 Herbie Pilger dies. Born in Germany, he came to America when he was 19 years old. He lived in Minneapolis and Oxboro (Bloomington) before moving to the Savage (Burnsville) area. On June 30, 1936 he married Violet Dostal. In 1932 he came to Burnsville, through ownership of various restaurants and meeting places he became known to residents as a friend...55555
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Skyline DisplaysBusiness Ink, Summer 1987 profiles Skyline Displays, first established in Burnsville.44444
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Lucky Twin Movie TheatrePlaying this weekend at the Lucky Twin...

Burnsville's Lucky Twin Drive-In opened July 2, 1955 as a twin screen theater. The curved screens were each 128 feet wide. It had a capacity for 2,000 cars and was independently operated. It was closed in 1980.
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Family FunwaysThis small golf course and amusement park was located at 2100 West Highway 13.33333
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Black Dog Power PlantA view of the Minnesota River Valley and the Black Dog Power Plant.11111
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Restaurant Guide for Burnsville 2017Information published in the Burnsville Sun/This Week News Burnsville Community Guide 2017. Provided was a list of all Restaurants (excluding fast food) in Burnsville.
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Go, Go mayor of Burnsville tells dancers 1974May 4, 1974 Minneapolis Star reports the go-go dancers in the Burnsville Bowl will son be gone gone for good if Mayor Al Hall has his way.11111
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Burnsville Bowl property - as it looks in 2017The Burnsville Bowl closed and the property remodeled to become Tri-State Bobcat. According to their 2017 website:

Tri-State Bobcat is a family-owned and operated company which has been one of the premier Bobcat dealers in the United States since 1983. In addition to Bobcat we feature the Toro, Stihl, Bandit, Avant, Fecon, WackerNeuson, Kage and Big Tow lines of equipment. We serve a wide range of markets including construction, landscaping, grounds and property maintenance, agriculture, tree care, land clearing and erosion control.

They moved their Burnsville location to a new, state-of-the-art facility in October, 2014 and moved the Hudson, WI location to a new facility in August, 2015.
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