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22
May

Local high school student experiences legislative process firsthand

Convent of the Visitation High School junior Mary Kathryn Schneeman participated earlier this month in the Minnesota House of Representatives high school page program at the state Capitol in St. Paul. 

Sun
22
May

Visitation welcomes new director of enrollment

Elizabeth Cutter-Wilson has been selected as Visitation School’s new director of enrollment. Cutter-Wilson is a 2000 alumna of the school.

Sun
15
May

Dakota County EMS Advisory Council recognizes first responders

During National Emergency Medical Services Week each May, the Dakota County EMS Advisory Council honors first responders, providers and others who have made exceptional contributions to emergency services.

Sun
08
May

Dakota County names Matt Smith as county manager


Matt Smith

The Dakota County Board of Commissioners announced Matt Smith as the county’s new manager. In his new role, Smith will oversee a team of nearly 2,000 employees in the county’s 16 different departments.

Sun
08
May

Burglary awareness

 

As the weather becomes warmer, Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie cautions residents to “be on the lookout,” as burglaries and related criminal activity tend to increase during this time. 

Sun
08
May

Sunfish Lake become GreenStep city

At the May 3 meeting, the Sunfish Lake City Council unanimously approved a resolution allowing the suburb to become a GreenStep City.

Sun
08
May

St. Joseph’s School names new principal upcoming school year

St. Joseph’s School in West St. Paul announced last week that it has hired Greg Wesely to be its principal for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. 

Sun
08
May

Dakota County property taxes due May 16

Property taxes on Dakota County real estate for the first half of 2016 are due Monday, May 16.

Sun
24
Apr

Volunteer to help seniors

Volunteers are needed to help seniors living in northern Dakota County with lawn mowing. 

Sun
24
Apr

Emerald ash borers found in West St. Paul

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture recently discovered three ash trees infested with emerald ash borers in the northern portion of West St. Paul, adding it to a list of Dakota County cities dealing with the invasive, jewel-green beetles. 

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