East Side Newsbriefs

Mon
08
Jan

Nomination open for service award

The South St. Paul/Inver Grove Heights Rotary Club is accepting nominations for the 2018 Service to Others Humanitarian Recognition.  Candidates should have made an impact in the greater South St. Paul, West St.

Mon
08
Jan

iLAB expands across Dakota County libraries

Take your imagination to the next level with state-of-the-art equipment to design and create a variety of art, craft and technology projects.

Tue
02
Jan

Hansen receives award for years of dedication to environmental issues

For his years of work and dedication to environmental issues, House District 52A Rep. Rick Hansen, received the Willard Munger Award for Distinguished Environmental Partnership from the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.

Tue
02
Jan

Inver Grove Heights Police launches first annual community safety survey

The Inver Grove Heights Police Department invites all who live, work, or visit the City of Inver Grove Heights to provide feedback and input on issues of community safety, quality-of-life, and policing.

Mon
18
Dec

Great Lakes donates $5,000 to Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet School

Employees of Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation and Affiliates Eagan office surprised students, staff and teachers at Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet School in West St. Paul, which has been adopted by the company, on Dec.

Mon
11
Dec

Intern for U.S Rep. Betty McCollum

Applications are now being accepted for those interested in being an intern for U.S Rep. Betty McCollum. McCollum represents the Fourth Congressional District in Minnesota.

Mon
11
Dec

New tools to create and share e-books at Dakota County libraries

Dakota County Library now offers a new suite of resources — collectively called MN Writes MN Reads — to help local authors connect with local readers and readers across the country.  MN Writes MN Reads consists of three resources that allow author

Fri
01
Dec

South-West cities accepting holiday light strings to be recycled


submitted photo • Oakdale City Hall is collecting holiday light strings, electrical cords, phone cords and appliance cords to be recycled.

ProAct, a nonprofit serving people with disabilities, is kicking off its holiday lights recycling effort.

Mon
27
Nov

City Board/Advisory Commission members needed

City Commissions provide various opportunities for citizen participation in issues concerning the community and its residents. The community and city council of South St.

Mon
27
Nov

Dakota County accepting committee applications

The Dakota County Board of Commissioners invites residents to join a Citizen Advisory Committee and make a difference in local government.  

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