Inver Grove Heights

Sun
07
Aug

Neighbors get together to celebrate Night to Unite


There wasn’t an age requirement to celebrate. Thomas, with the help of his mom Shannon Campbell, was able to enjoy the bouncy house at this West St. Paul party.

Aug. 2 was National Night Out or Night to Unite. Northern Dakota County cities got in the spirit and threw their own block parties. It was a night when neighbors throughout the state got to know one another and promote community safety.

Sun
26
Jun

It takes a family

Hastings woman donates chapel to Inver Grove Heights church

In the 1880s, Adam and Eva Rosenberger settled in Inver Grove Heights after emigrating to America from Germany. 

Sun
05
Jun

Election filing closed

Filings for many elective offices closed on Tuesday, May 31.

The following candidates have filed for federal, state and local offices in races across northern Dakota County. 

 

Sun
17
Apr

Visitation student achieves award trifecta

Catherine Link, a student at Visitation School, is only a junior but is already the recipient of multiple awards. 

Sun
03
Apr

IGH resident voices support for Angie Craig

To the Editor:

 

I live in a peaceful, ethnically diverse neighborhood. 

Despite all the political noise with which we are confronted continuously, there are likely many neighborhoods like mine. 

Sun
03
Apr

IGH student named Aspiration Award runner-up


Sumayo Saed

Sumayo Saed, a senior at STEP Academy Charter School in Inver Grove Heights, was named a 2016 state runner-up in the fourth annual Minnesota Aspirations for Women in Computing awards.

Sun
03
Apr

New charter school to open fall 2016 in Inver Grove Heights


Discovery Charter School will be located at 4100 66th St. E., in Inver Grove Heights, right off Concord Boulevard. (Hannah Burlingame/Review staff)

Discovery Charter will focus on STEM programming

Inver Grove Heights will be home to a new charter school that administrators say will be one of the first of its kind. 

Discovery Charter School STEM Fuse will open in time for the 2016-2017 school year.

Discussions about forming the new independent public school began two years ago, said Dan Hurley, executive director. He explained that Discovery applied for a start-up grant, which it received from the Minnesota Department of Education for $625,000.

Sun
27
Mar

An award 20 years in the making


For the past 18 years, Barb and Ed Gorski have been volunteering around the community, including Gramcery Co-Op, where they live. They are the 2016 recipients of the Service to Others Humanitarian Recognition.

Like clockwork, Barb, 78, and Ed, 83, Gorski pull up to Neighbors, Inc., in South St. Paul to unload their minivan full of bread donations. 

Sun
28
Feb

Not Entirely a World Apart


Sgt. Grant Snyder, lead investigator for sex trafficking, spoke to the crowd at Simley High School about what sex trafficking looks like and who the victims are. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)

It doesn’t seem like something that would occur here: young boys and girls lured into the dark world known as sex trafficking. 

Unfortunately, it does happen.

Sun
28
Feb

IGH city committee chair joins the District 52B race


Mary T’Kach

Inver Grove Heights resident and current chair of the city’s Housing Committee Mary T’Kach said last week that she is running for the House District 52B seat and seeking the DFL Party endorsement. 

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