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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

Sun
02
Oct

Organics recycling drop-off begins Oct. 7

Starting on Oct. 7, Dakota County residents can drop off organics at Thompson County Park, 360 E. Butler Ave., in West St. Paul. 

Sun
02
Oct

Party it Forward with DARTS

Join DARTS and hosts Mike and Lori Dalglish as the group celebrates the Fifth Annual Party it Forward on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 7 to 11:30 p.m. 

Sun
02
Oct

Teen Short Story Contest underway in Dakota County libraries

Dakota County library system’s annual Teen Short Story Contest is open during October to residents ages 12 to 18. 

Sun
02
Oct

Early voting is already underway

Dakota County is reminding residents that there are a number of ways to vote in the 2016 statewide general election. 

Sun
02
Oct

ISD199 superintendent hosting Community Talks series

Inver Grove Heights Community Schools Superintendent Dave Bernhardson will hold monthly informal meetings with the community to answer questions and provide information about the district. 

Sun
11
Sep

Become a master recycler

Registration is now open for Dakota County’s master recycler program. This six-week course takes place on Thursdays from Oct. 6 to Nov. 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. 

Sun
11
Sep

Dakota County Public Health Department achieves national accreditation

The Dakota County Public Health Department recently received national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).  

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