South-West Review People

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South-West Review area people - published July 31, 2016


Patrick Cotter

Attorney Patrick Cotter of Sieben & Cotter Law was recently selected to the 2016 Minnesota Super Lawyers List. 

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24
Jul

Bemel receives TruStone scholarship

Seven top-notch students from high schools in Minnesota and Wisconsin have been awarded $10,000 in scholarships from the TruStone Financial Foundation.

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17
Jul

Jack Geller named Bank of America student leader

Jack Geller, a Mendota Heights resident and senior at St. Paul Academy and Summit School, is one of five Twin Cities teens selected to be part of the 2016 Bank of America Student Leaders program this summer. 

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26
Jun

South-West Review area people - published June 26, 2016

Morningside College student Nick Misukanis, the son of Dr. Thomas Misukanis of Mendota Heights, recently presented a paper at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.

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26
Jun

It takes a family

Hastings woman donates chapel to Inver Grove Heights church

In the 1880s, Adam and Eva Rosenberger settled in Inver Grove Heights after emigrating to America from Germany. 

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05
Jun

South-West Review area people - published June 5, 2016

The Inver Grove Heights Girl Scout Service Unit hosted a bridging ceremony on Thursday, May 26, at Emanuel Lutheran Church in Inver Grove Heights, recognizing the girls transitioning from one level of Scouts to another.

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17
Apr

2016 Athena Award winners announced

Several local high school girls are among the recipients of 2016 St. Paul Area Athena Award. 

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17
Apr

Visitation student achieves award trifecta

Catherine Link, a student at Visitation School, is only a junior but is already the recipient of multiple awards. 

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08
Apr

A journey to recovery


Martha speaks at different churches about her book “Dear David,” and David is there to answer questions people may have about his journey. (submitted photos)

Mother and son tell their story of overcoming addiction

It was never something Martha Wegner thought would happen to her family. 

Her teenage son, David, became addicted to drugs, and she was forced to give him a “tough love” ultimatum: get treatment or get out.

“Most people say they could never do that, but we didn’t have any choice. There was nothing left for us to do,” Martha says. “He wasn’t getting the help he needed, and it was really causing havoc in our family.”

This moment was just one stop in David’s three-year battle with addiction. Now, Martha and David travel to area churches talking about their family’s struggle and how they overcame it. 

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04
Apr

Gov. Mark Dayton takes a break to sing songs and do crafts at Kaposia


Gov. Mark Dayton joins in on one of the activities during class at Kaposia called “choices,” where students choose a toy to play with and share with others. (Marjorie Otto photos/Review)

Gov. Mark Dayton, along with Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, visited South St. Paul Schools’ Kaposia Education Center, a half-day preschool, on March 31. 

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