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16
Aug

Mother-daughter duo supports tennis in Roseville


Karla Joyce and her daughter Megan. The two started a Roseville area Special Olympics tennis program, and Joyce spearheaded fundraising to improve the tennis courts at Roseville Area High School.

For a self-described non-tennis player, Karla Joyce is still pretty involved with the sport.

Sun
14
Aug

Reduced-cost football program for community middle schoolers

Community students in grades 7 to 9 have an awesome opportunity to play competitive tackle football in the Metro Football League for a fraction of the cost of most community education programs. The season runs from Aug.

Sun
14
Aug

Dakota County earns third place in 2016 Digital Counties Survey

The Center for Digital Government and the National Association of Counties recently announced that Dakota County earned third place in the 2016 Digital Counties Survey.

Sun
14
Aug

Former elementary school bricks available to public

At its July 25 meeting, the South St. Paul Board of Education approved a bid for the demolition of Jefferson Elementary School. This school served students grade preschool through sixth grade from 1954-1983.

Sun
14
Aug

Relay for Life at Mall of America

The American Cancer Society and Mall of America are teaming up to celebrate the impact made by the world’s largest movement to end cancer -- Relay For Life. This two day, family event taking place Aug.

Sun
14
Aug

Search for Mrs. Dakota County announced

Applications are now being accepted for the title of Mrs. Dakota County. The woman chosen as Mrs. Dakota County will have the honor of representing her county at the Mrs. Minnesota pageant, which will be held at Wellstone Center in St.

Sun
14
Aug

Free application support offered for public assistance programs

Dakota County is partnering with Prince of Peace Lutheran Church to offer residents free help applying for public assistance programs.

Sun
14
Aug

Greek Summer Festival to raise funds for health clinic

Saint George Orthodox Church will be celebrating its annual Greek Summer Festival on Saturday, Aug. 20 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Sunday, Aug. 21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Saint George Church, 1111 Summit Ave., in St. Paul.

Sun
14
Aug

Simon says give back


Mandi Simon, middle, sorted calculators with Celeste Albin, right, and Grace Copeland. Simon is the founder of Simon Says Give.

Local nonprofit fills backpacks for students

At age 7, the last thing on most kids’ minds is starting their own nonprofit, but that’s exactly what Mandi Simon of Eagan did.

Sun
14
Aug

Talk continues on limiting number of trash haulers in Inver Grove Heights


When deciding on limiting the number of haulers, the Inver Grove Heights City Council looked at the number of licensed residential haulers in surrounding cities.

The Inver Grove Heights council continued talks at its Aug. 8 meeting about adopting an ordinance amendment that would limit the number of licensed trash haulers in the city to 17, its current total.

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