Alex Nilles portrayed the character of Butch while Joe Wassweiler, left, had the starring role of Flint Rasco.
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The Northland Drive and Pilot Knob Road intersection will be converted to a partial intersection. This will limit traffic movement due to ongoing safety concerns and an increase in traffic.
Another year has come and gone in the South-West Review coverage area.
Here is a recap of the stories that stood out in northern Dakota County in 2016.
Jenny Halverson will move one chair over. The new West St. Paul mayor was previously a councilmember for Ward 2 before winning the mayoral election in November.
On Tuesday, Jan. 3, three new mayors were sworn in for the start of their first terms.
At the Dec. 20 meeting, Sandra Krebsbach was given a plaque in honor of her 24 years of public service to Mendota Heights.
After 24 years of public service with the city, Sandra Krebsbach, former mayor of Mendota Heights, headed her last meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20.
On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office announced the probable cause of death in the Joseph Hernandez case.
This chart shows the breakdown of the 2017 General Fund budget.
The Mendota Heights City Council finalized its 2017 budget and levy at its Dec. 6 meeting.
After 13 years in the police department, Chief Mike Aschenbrener announced at the Dec. 6 Mendota Heights Council meeting that he is retiring at the end of the year.
The council accepted his resignation unanimously.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner announced the body of an adult male was found in Mendota Heights on Thursday, Nov. 24, and identified as Joseph Hernandez, 35, of Mendota Heights.
According to a news release from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner the body of an adult male found in Mendota Heights on Thursday, Nov. 24 has been identified.
The body is that of Joseph Hernandez, 35, of Mendota Heights.
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