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Tony Koch designed the Smith family’s library to resemble their home in the 1100 block of Kruse Street in West St. Paul.
Todd H. Bol, creator of the Little Free Libraries
Little Free Libraries have become a big deal.
All over the world people are building and filling Little Free Libraries; police in several cities use them for community outreach, and they were the inspiration for a book.
members of the South St. Paul Dance Team kept the crowd energized as they moved along the parade route
Hannah Burlingame photos/Review
The St. Thomas Academy knowledge/quiz bowl team recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to compete in the National Academic Challenge, where the students tied for fifth in the country out of 44 teams.
The Deluge of Art Show is seeking artists to participate in the show. Painters, potters, photographers, sculptors, crafters and more can join the show to display and sell their creative work.
The Mendota Heights Award Program has selected Minnesota Knitting Mills for the 2016 Best of Mendota Heights Award in the manufacturers category. This marks back-to- back selections for MKM.
The Summer Academy for Environmental, Food and Agricultural Sciences at Inver Hills Community College July 18-22 offers the opportunity for students entering grades 10, 11 and 12 to spend one week exploring career opportunities in the environmenta
Every year Dakota County puts together a Capital Improvement Plan. The county asks cities for requests, so that the county board has a better idea how to set its budget.
At the June 27 meeting, the Inver Grove Heights City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance for a new rental-licensing program.
Next year, work will be done on Highway 110 between Highway 55/Highway 13 in Mendota Heights and Interstate 494 in Mendota Heights.
The Mendota Heights City Council received an update on the Highway 110 project at its June 21 meeting.
Kristine Steenberg, left, and Denise Chapeau, members of the St. Paul Clown Club, apply their makeup and tranform into their clowning characters.
Any clown will tell you that his or her favorite part of clowning is trying to make people laugh.
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