Newsbriefs - South-West Review

Thu
18
Sep

Public invited to review bikeway/walkway connection project

Dakota County will host an open house later this month to allow the public to review the purpose, need, preliminary design and related impacts of implementing bicycle and pedestrian improvements along County Road 42.

Thu
18
Sep

Dakota County offering grants for well sealing

Dakota County is offering grants to its residents on a first-come, first-serve basis to help them pay the cost of sealing unused or abandoned wells on their property.

Thu
18
Sep

South St. Paul singer to compete at Minnesota Sings

Join the South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force in cheering on Abigail Chapdelaine as she represents South St. Paul at Minnesota Sings on Sept. 28 at the Holiday Inn Saint Paul East.

Mon
11
Aug

A great ‘Night’ - photos


Colette Kasper, left in the top photo, looks on as her granddaughter, Calisi, 2, jumps in a bounce house donated by one of the neighbors.

Calisi giggles while bouncing around in her grandmother’s front yard

22-month-old Brianna Klein, below, examines her reflection in the wheel of an Inver Grove Heights fire truck, with her mother, Lisa Klein, behind her.

Colette Kasper hosted a Night to Unite (formerly National Night Out) gathering on the blocked-off street in front of her Inver Grove Heights home Tuesday, Aug. 5.

Mon
04
Aug

Community college partners with agribusiness

Inver Hills Community College is partnering with global agribusiness CHS and the CHS Foundation to launch the Agricultural Sciences Career Pipeline Program, a new statewide educational and career pathway initiative for middle and high school stude

Mon
04
Aug

Remaining candidate filing opens

Northern Dakota County candidates in cities without primary elections began filing for their candidacy in the 2014 election last week.

Mon
28
Jul

Reward doubled for tips in vandalism spree


A mailbox was vandalized recently in a spree that included vulgar and sexually explicit images and words scratched and spray-painted into vehicles and houses in Mendota Heights. A $500 is being offered for information. (Submitted photo)

A local group recently increased the reward offered for information leading to the arrest and charging of the vandals who recently spray-painted racial slurs, sexual images and expletives on vehicles, homes and mailboxes around Mendota Heights.

Fri
25
Jul

Flooding shuts down events at Sibley Historic Site in Mendota

Minnesota History River Paddle, Color Dash cancelled
Damage from heavy summer rains has caused two events at the Sibley Historic Site in Mendota to be abruptly cancelled.

Tue
15
Jul

Inver Grove Heights adopts new rules for front-yard parking

The Inver Grove Heights City Council recently adopted new regulations that require residents to park all vehicles in the front yard on a hard surface.

Mon
14
Jul

Reward offered in Mendota Heights vulgar vandalism spree


A mailbox was vandalized recently in a spree that included vulgar and sexually explicit images and words scratched and spray-painted into vehicles and houses in Mendota Heights. A $500 is being offered for information. (Submitted photo)

A local group is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and charging of the vandals who spray-painted racial slurs, sexual images and expletives on vehicles, homes and mailboxes around Mendota Heights.

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