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Week in Review: Presidential Debate, Cell Phone Theft, Conference Football

Here is a roundup of stories posted on Apple Valley-Rosemount Patch this past week.

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COMMUNITY
• Cedar Avenue Construction: Lane Closures to Continue Next Week
• Men to Take a Stand Against Breast Cancer in Twin Cities
• Voluntary Peanut Butter Recall Expands
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• Rosemount’s Fall Cleanup Day is Oct. 6
• Avery Gets a Wish to Meet Belle
• Valley Lake Girl Scouts Day of Service Planned for Oct. 13
• Ask the Patch Pros: Home Security
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• Minnesota Zoo Kicks Off New Indoor Acoustic Concert Series
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• Cedar Avenue Construction Continues

PUBLIC SAFETY
• Authorities Arrest Woman Accused of Cell Phone Theft in Apple Valley
• Rosemount Man Charged with Sexual Abuse of 7-Year-Old Girl
• Apple Valley Woman Charged with Beating Toddlers Arrested in Scott County
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GOVERNMENT
• Presidential Debate Schedule: Town Hall Meeting on Tap Oct. 16
• VIDEO: Marriage Amendment Opponents Share Stories at Town Hall Meeting
• Twin Cities Politicians Say Romney Won First Presidential Debate
• Kline Nabs NRA Fund Endorsement
• Rosemount to Pay Off $1.01 Million in Debt Early
• Rosemount Group to Purchase Former Lakeville Senior Center Building
• Marriage Amendment Backers Release First TV Ads
• Weekly Update: Planning Commission Tables Development Discussion

BUSINESS/REAL ESTATE
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• Craigslist: The Best of Rosemount—Oct. 3
• Craigslist: The Best of Apple Valley—Oct. 3
• Owner of Apple Valley Theater Purchases Cinemas in Southeastern U.S.

OPINION
• Twin Cities Reaction: Who Won the Presidential Debate?
• Parents Talk: There's An App For That
• LIVE BLOG: Share Your Thoughts During the First Presidential Debate
• Poll: Does Thursday's Minneapolis Shooting Show a Need for More Gun Restrictions?
• Letter to the Editor: Vote for Wilfahrt for State House

SPORTS
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• PHOTOS: Irish Carve Out 3-3 Tie After Late Comeback Versus Burnsville
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