October 2009

Sat
31
Oct

Rink to open in Ivy Falls Park

What's the price for winter moments spent teaching young ones how to skate on authentic, outdoor neighborhood ice? Up to $5,000, according to Mendota Heights city staff, and the city is willing to pay it this year.

Sat
31
Oct

Jury convicts St. Paul man for holding up IGH credit union

A federal jury convicted a 29-year-old St. Paul man, for robbing Heartland Credit Union in Inver Grove Heights on March 26, 2009.

Sat
31
Oct

Black Friday hours unchanged at IGH Wal-Mart

Want to have first grabs at Black Friday sales at the Inver Grove Heights Wal-Mart? You'll have to get in line.

Sat
31
Oct

MH house fire brings together community

Despite a devastating loss, the Moe family is grateful for the community around them.

Sat
31
Oct

Change your clock, change your batteries in your smoke detectors

As the time change approaches on Sunday, Nov. 1, the Saint Paul Fire Department wants to remind residents to make another change that could save their lives - changing the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

Sat
31
Oct

Senator proposes higher attendance age

Legislation requiring a "compulsory attendance age," which would mandate students ages 7 to 18 to attend school, will be introduced this session by District 55 Sen. Chuck Wiger, DFL-Maplewood.

Sat
31
Oct

Prettier places to play at Salvation Army

As Salvation Army facilities go, the one at 1019 Payne Avenue is one of the newest and nicest.

But times are tough. Use of the agency's services is up, way up, not just among adults and families but even kids seeking safe afterschool activities.

Sat
31
Oct

Where do I vote?

Fri
30
Oct

Library seminars offer strategies for family caregivers

Lynn Cibuzar, a licensed social worker with Dakota Area Resources and Transportation for Seniors (DARTS), will give three caregiving seminars at Dakota County libraries as part of National Caregivers Month in November. The first is Family Caregiving Strategies - Wednesday, Nov.

Thu
29
Oct

FBI advances hunt for two bank robbers

The FBI is asking for the public's help in identifying an unknown male who may be in a position to provide information concerning the robbery of the Building Trades Credit Union in Inver Grove Heights the morning of Oct. 8.

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