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The Metropolitan Airports Commission seeks public input

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) Noise Program Office sponsors quarterly Public Input Meetings for residents to receive updates on the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) and its activities, to be briefed on MSP operational levels and pr

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11
Oct

Unearthing family roots

Former director of the Minnesota Genealogical Society and currently an active participant in MGS programs, Tom Rice will present Part II of his programs on improving skills for using the Internet for family history research at 7 p.m.

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11
Oct

Deadline extended for Community Art Exhibition

The Dakota County Public Art Citizen Advisory Committee is seeking original works of art for its fifth Community Art Exhibition. The deadline for submitting artwork is extended to Nov. 9.

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11
Oct

Dakota County property taxes due Oct. 15

Property taxes on Dakota County real estate for the second half of 2015 are due Thursday, Oct. 15.

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04
Oct

Ideal Credit Union breaks ground for Inver Grove Heights location

Ideal Credit Union held a ceremonial groundbreaking for its new Inver Grove Heights location on Wednesday, Sept. 23. The ceremony took place at the site of the new office at 7791 Amana Trail, in the Argenta Hills development.

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04
Oct

Atkins no longer considering running for Kline’s seat

In a recent message to his constituents, state Rep. Joe Atkins, DFL-Inver Grove Heights, announced that he is no longer considering running for a seat in Congress.

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21
Sep

West St. Paul host grand opening for newly redesigned Harmon Park

The City of West St. Paul recently completed construction on the redesign of West St. Paul’s oldest park.

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21
Sep

Dakota County offers new Online Homestead Application for homeowners

Dakota County homeowners can now apply for homestead property status from the comfort of their homes by using the new Online Homestead Application.

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06
Sep

Highway 13 reconstruction delayed in Mendota Heights

According to city officials, the project completion of Highway 13 between I-35E to Second Street is being delayed due to the Met Council’s need to replace a deteriorated sanitary line.

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06
Sep

Man who robbed South St. Paul credit union still on the lamb

The suspect was described as a white male in his twenties with dark blonde or reddish facial hair, approximately 5’7” tall with an average build. (submitted photo)
The suspect was described as a white male in his twenties with dark blonde or reddish facial hair, approximately 5’7” tall with an average build. (submitted photo)

Police are continuing the investigation of a credit union robbery that took place over a month ago in South St. Paul.

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