Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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NEWSBRIEF: Get back to recycling basics

Recycling seems more complicated than ever, so it’s time to get back to basics. Minnesotans are throwing away more than 285,000 tons of paper and 12,000 tons of aluminum cans each year — all of which have been recyclable for decades.

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NEWSBRIEF: Mendota Heights tree sale

Mendota Heights residents can purchase a shade tree at a discounted rate of $45 beginning March 11 at 9 a.m., by following the link at www.mendota-heights.com or directly at

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18
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NEWSBRIEF: South St. Paul community-wide food drive

In 2018, Neighbors, Inc. distributed close to 1 million pounds of food to 5,600 families in northern Dakota County. Ninety-nine percent of clients visiting Neighbors, Inc. are at or below the 200 percent of poverty levels.

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NEWSBRIEF: East Side Table Mississippi Market Positive Change recipient


courtesy of East Side Table Representatives from East Side Table and Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op celebrate the community support for East Side Table.

East Side Table received $8,423.73 for its healthy food programming as February’s Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op Positive Change recipient.

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18
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NEWSBRIEF: Join Simple Steps and improve your health

Dakota County residents are encouraged to step right up this spring and join the Simple Steps free walking program.

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11
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: South St. Paul community-wide food drive

In 2018, Neighbors, Inc. distributed close to 1 million pounds of food to 5,600 families in northern Dakota County. Ninety-nine percent of clients visiting Neighbors, Inc. are at or below the 200 percent of poverty levels.

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11
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for West St. Paul Teen Citizen Academy

The West St. Paul Teen Citizen Academy is a free, six-week program open to high school students who live or go to school in West St. Paul or attend Henry Sibley. Snacks are provided.

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11
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Congressional Art Competition

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11
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NEWSBRIEF: Mendota Heights tree sale

Mendota Heights residents can purchase a shade tree at a discounted rate of $45 beginning March 11 at 9 a.m., by following the link at www.mendota-heights.com or directly at

Mon
11
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Volunteer to explore Dakota County wetlands

Dakota County is seeking volunteers eager to pull on a pair of waders and jump into monitoring the health of community wetlands through the Wetland Health Evaluation Program (WHEP).

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