September 2012

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East Side Review bulletin board Sept. 30, 2012

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Teen short story contest begins Oct. 1

A picture is worth a thousand words. Teens can showcase their writing skills by viewing a picture and writing a short story-1,000 words or less-about what's going on in the picture to win prizes. Dakota County Library's annual Teen Short Story Contest runs Oct.

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South-West bulletin board Sept. 30, 2012

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IGH presents budget to public

The City of Inver Grove Heights will present its proposed budget for 2013 to the public on Thursday, October 4 at 7 p.m. The city must submit the final version of its budget and levy to Dakota County by the end of December.

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Yes, IGH has a lot of deer. No, you can't set up a tree stand


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Beware of high-tech computer scams

Many people own computers nowadays, but not everyone has the technical background to fix things that go wrong with their computers. As a result, scam artists are now taking advantage of people with several high-tech computer scams.

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Credit cards 101

American college students are swimming in a sea of credit card debt. Despite the CARD Act of 2009, which tightened laws on credit card companies that were doling out cards like candy to every college student on campus, a recent study shows that 70 percent of college students have credit cards.

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Krystin Sanford and Justin Andersen to marry

Rick Andersen and Dawn Wingert of White Bear Lake are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their son Justin Ryan Andersen to Krystin Marie Sanford, daughter of Robert and Mary Sanford of St. Paul.

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Modernize your home's interior in a few simple steps

Once-upon-a-time you loved the look of your living space, but now it feels so last-century.

If this sounds like you, consider injecting new energy into your home by making a few high-impact changes without a high-roller budget.

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Outer Banks offer lighthouses, horses, history

Imagining myself as the Wright Brothers on their historic flights, I lay across the wings of a metal model of their plane at the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, on the sand dunes of North Carolina's Outer Banks during my vacation.

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