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(ˈbɜrnz vɪl)

a city in SE Minnesota. 51,288.
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Aaron Dewayne Terry, 66, of Wichita Falls, Texas, and Christina Rochelle Anglin, of Burnsville, North Carolina, were indicted.
Description: Burnhaven Atrium, a 32,206-square-foot office building, built in 1980 on 3.49 acres at 14500 Burnhaven Drive in Burnsville
Arfina's funeral services will be held Monday 29 April at 11AM in Burnsville, MN.
Coordinated Business Systems is headquartered in Burnsville, MN, with more than 80 employees with Minnesota branches in Duluth, Red Wing, Rochester, St.
On May 31st the location strategically located at 115 N Garfield Street in Cambridge, MN sold for $4.5 million just weeks after the Encore agent's successful closing of the location at 950 County Road 42 West in Burnsville (Minneapolis MSA) at a MSA record setting $12.5 million.
Field guides for seven of the eleven field trips scheduled during the 2017 Geological Society of America southeastern section meeting illustrate the geological diversity of Virginia from the Blue Ridge Mountains and Burnsville Cove caves to the Potomac River cliffs and Petersburg batholith.
The federal government will take over a closed Burnsville landfill after negotiations between the state and the landfill's owner fell apart, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) said.
Moody's Investors Service assigns an underlying Aa2 and enhanced Aa2 rating to Burnsville Independent School District 191, MN's $37.1 million General Obligation Alternative Facilities Refunding Bonds, Series 2016A.
by Northern Tool + Equipment, Burnsville, Minnesota, the Kindling Cracker features a 12-in.
He was lead investor and mastermind of the $1.3 billion Big River Steel under construction at Osceola, Ark He was head of a minority investor of Mississippi Silicon, a $200 million plant being built at Burnsville.