Newsbriefs - South-West Review

Sun
20
Nov

Homestead property tax information to know

All new Dakota County property owners or qualified relatives who changed residences during the past year and use a residence for homestead purposes must apply for homestead status with the county assessor by Dec. 15.

Sun
13
Nov

Dakota County had delays in reporting election results Ballots from all 140 voting precincts had to be rerun

Due to a limited number of incorrect precinct ballots being inadvertently provided by county staff to early voters, election officials had to physically rerun ballots for all Dakota County precincts, causing a delay in reporting results on electio

Sun
06
Nov

Deer hunts scheduled at Dakota County parks

Several Dakota County parks will be closed periodically during select dates in November and December due to controlled deer hunts.

 

Sun
06
Nov

Four creative ways to tackle rising health care costs when planning for retirement

No matter how hard you worked or how much you saved, the sad reality of today’s economic landscape is that the rising cost of health care can quickly eat away at your retirement fund.

Sun
06
Nov

Public input sought on highway system plan

Dakota County is seeking public input to identify ways to make the county highway system more accessible to residents with disabilities. 

Sun
06
Nov

Workshops to assist residents with MNsure

Dakota County Community Services is offering workshops to assist people applying for MNsure health care programs during the 2016-2017 open enrollment period.  

Sun
30
Oct

Changes coming to Visitation School and St. Thomas Academy

Convent of the Visitation School has announced it’s transitioning from a coed sixth grade to an all-girls middle school effective next school year. 

Sun
30
Oct

Dakota County Historical Society seeks residents for upcoming event

The Dakota County Historical Society seeks the assistance of South St. Paul residents for an upcoming exhibit. 

Mon
24
Oct

Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board seeks award nominations

The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board is accepting nominations to recognize individuals, programs, companies and organizations doing great things to improve workplaces in Dakota and Scott counties.  

Sun
02
Oct

Inver Grove Heights police to receive new training in crowd-control procedures

In the wake of the protests of police shootings around the nation, Inver Grove Heights officials have decided the city’s police department needs to be better prepared should something occur in the community that sparks civil unrest, as well as bei

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