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NEWSBRIEF: Women’s Academy

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications through Friday, April 29 for the Women’s Academy.

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22
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NEWSBRIEF: Young composers invited to enter the Minnesota Sinfonia 2019 New Works competition

Composers, who are under 19 before June 1, are invited to submit original works to the Minnesota Sinfonia New Works competition. Composers must be native born or current residents of Minnesota.

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NEWSBRIEF: Partners in Policymaking program invites Minnesotans to apply for no cost, comprehensive, confidence-building training in disability law and policies

Minnesotans with disabilities and parents of young children with developmental disabilities are encouraged to apply for a comprehensive advocacy training course, Partners in Policymaking program at no cost.  Starting in September, the nationally r

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NEWSBRIEF: Apply for the energy assistance program

Minnesota Energy Assistance Program helps pay for home heating costs and furnace repairs for income qualified households.

Mon
15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: U.S. Service Academy info night

Interested individuals can learn more about the U.S.

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15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Congressional Art Competition

Rep.

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15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul sidewalk poetry contest

Mayor Melvin Carter announced St. Paul’s Sidewalk Poetry Contest for 2019, a collaboration between the city and Public Art Saint Paul. Through April 15, writers who live in St.

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15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Minnesota Humanities Center opens submissions for 2019 Veterans’ Voices Awards

The Minnesota Humanities Center is now accepting submissions for its 2019 Veterans’ Voices Award through July 21.

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15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Changing TV frequencies

The Federal Communications Commission is currently undergoing a nationwide effort to share important consumer information about the more than 1,000 television stations that have or will be transitioning to new frequencies between now and July 2020

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15
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Inver Grove Heights invites feedback in annual community survey

The City of Inver Grove Heights is inviting residents, visitors, and businesses to participate in its 2019 community survey. 

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