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Mendota Heights offers prescription drop-off box

Dakota County residents can now safely and anonymously dispose of their prescription drugs and over-the-counter medication at the Mendota Heights Police Department.

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Mendota Heights encourages residents to not flush wipes

Mendota Heights utilities lead worker Rich Burrows teamed up with Katherine Curtis of Town Square TV to produce a video about not flushing “flushable” wipes down the toilet.

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May is Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is calling for all Minnesotans to use Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month as an opportunity to get involved with initiatives to reduce teen pregnancy in communities throughout the state.

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Dakota County seeks input on improvement project in South St. Paul

Dakota County and the city of South St. Paul will host an open house focusing on the proposed improvements to Southview Boulevard from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 28, at the council chambers of City Hall, 125 Third Ave. N., South St. Paul.

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St. Thomas Academy’s Westlake named Teacher of the Year by the Minnesota Air Force Association

The Minnesota Chapter of the Air Force Association has named Mark Westlake, physics teacher at St. Thomas Academy, the 2014-2015 Minnesota Teacher of the Year.

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Inver Grove Heights School Board announces Allen Gerber’s early resignation

Allen Gerber
Allen Gerber

Colleagues say his leadership, innovation will be missed

After serving as a member of the Inver Grove Heights School Board for the past three and a half years, Allen Gerber has decided to step down before his term expires at the end of December 2015.
According to the superintendent of District 199, Dave Bernhardson, “[Gerber’s] calendar for the remainder of his terms makes it difficult for him to remain involved in the manner he would like to remain involved.”

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West St. Paul couple noted for Basenji therapy dogs

Gary Langula’s 4-year-old Basenji Zorro has gold-colored eyes and eyeliner markings that remind the Langulas of his African origins. Zorro’s grandparents are still alive in Congo, where the breed originated as a hunting dog. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Gary Langula’s 4-year-old Basenji Zorro has gold-colored eyes and eyeliner markings that remind the Langulas of his African origins. Zorro’s grandparents are still alive in Congo, where the breed originated as a hunting dog. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

When Gary and Mary Langula take their two Basenji dogs out to visit residents at area nursing homes and assisted living units, the first thing they do is go their separate ways.

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South St. Paul to teach community about train safety

With assistance from a $5,000 grant provided by Union Pacific, the city of South St.

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The Skinny: notable incidents from the St. Paul Police Department’s Eastern District - published 5-17

The Eastern District Police reports from May 4- 11.

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Corporate volunteers, high-schoolers clean up Railroad Island

A highschooler from Robbinsdale Cooper High School helps put a new basketball hoop in place at Weida Park in Railroad Island. It was part of a day-long effort from 50 Honeywell volunteers and 72 highschoolers to clean up the neighborhood. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A highschooler from Robbinsdale Cooper High School helps put a new basketball hoop in place at Weida Park in Railroad Island. It was part of a day-long effort from 50 Honeywell volunteers and 72 highschoolers to clean up the neighborhood. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

About 125 people could be seen wearing bright red T-shirts and cleaning up the neighborhood in Railroad Island on Thursday, May 7.

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