April 2014

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Apr

Mid-session progress report

The 2014 legislative session has reached its midpoint, so a progress report seemed in order regarding some high profile issues before the legislature this session.

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Apr

Letter: Voting 'Yes' and 'Yes'

Join me in assuring a safe and quality education for the children of ISD 197 by voting “Yes” and “Yes” on May 6.

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Apr

LeDuc Historic Estate tours begin

Tour season begin May 15 at the LeDuc Historic Estate, 1629 Vermillion St., in Hastings. Guided tours will continue through Nov. 2, and the venue will host several festivals and events this summer.

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Apr

Graduates - South-West Review published Apr. 27, 2014

Southwest students make their schools’ Grad’s List
 

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Apr

Behold the super powers of parents

When it comes to parents, the Lord giveth and he taketh away. We lose our minds, yet inherit special powers. It’s as if God makes us Superman, only to hand us kryptonite.

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Apr

Investors looking to bring pre-paid cell phone store to Payne

Pending city approvals, Swan Leasing is poised to bring in an AT&T pre-paid phone store on Payne Avenue. The store would go in part of the space that used to be Furniture Minnesota at 871 Payne Ave.

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28
Apr

Farmington man killed in Mendota Heights car crash

A car crash early Friday, April 25 in Mendota Heights left one man dead and another injured.

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28
Apr

Food on a bus?


A retired Metro Transit bus will become a non-profit mobile grocery store on the East Side come summer. The bus will be retrofitted with shelving and coolers and redecorated on the outside with images of fresh produce. (submitted photo)

New mobile groceries will come to East Side
Come June, East Siders could have a pop-up grocery store within walking distance of their homes.
Twin Cities Mobile Market, a project of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, will be cruising around the East Side in an old Metro Transit bus with a variety of fresh groceries on hand. The non-profit project is tentatively scheduled to start in June.

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Apr

Public Notices Apr. 28, 2014 - Perspectives

Legal Notices and Public Notices published in the Apr. 28, 2014 Woodbury Perspectives

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Apr

CP Rail project meeting sees neighborhood opposition in force


Residents examine maps outlining Canadian Pacific Railroad’s proposed plans for an expansion at their yard near Pig’s Eye Lake in St. Paul. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Residents, officials demand more thorough study
Around 80 residents showed up at a public meeting about Canadian Pacific Railroad’s plan to expand its switching yard near Pig’s Eye Lake.
A quick show of hands revealed that nearly everyone was opposed the plan.

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