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Changes coming to Visitation School and St. Thomas Academy

Convent of the Visitation School has announced it’s transitioning from a coed sixth grade to an all-girls middle school effective next school year. 

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30
Oct

Dakota County Historical Society seeks residents for upcoming event

The Dakota County Historical Society seeks the assistance of South St. Paul residents for an upcoming exhibit. 

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Oct

Inver Grove Heights approves new rental ordinance

The third and final reading regarding a new rental licensing ordinance came before the Inver Grove Heights City Council at the Oct. 24 meeting.

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30
Oct

Residents voice concerns with proposed 2017 street improvements


The streets listed in the table are included in the 2017 Street Improvement Project.

Edgewood Lane residents fight to keep their gravel road

Residents packed the West St. Paul council chambers to voice opinions about proposed street improvements, bike paths and sidewalks during a public hearing on Monday, Oct. 24. 

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30
Oct

They’ve got your back


Jeff Keesey received his service dog Rina on Oct. 9. Keesey is both a military veteran and retired police officer.

Local nonprofit helps veterans and retired officers

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24
Oct

Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board seeks award nominations

The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board is accepting nominations to recognize individuals, programs, companies and organizations doing great things to improve workplaces in Dakota and Scott counties.  

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23
Oct

West St. Paul to have an art park

On the northwest corner of Oakdale and Butler avenues in West St. Paul sits a small parcel of vacant land.

A house once sat where an art park is now under construction.

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23
Oct

People camp out for Chick-fil-A


The parking lot of the Robert Street store became a tent town as people camped out over night before the opening of the new Chick-fil-A on Thursday, Oct. 20.

Starting at around 5:30 a.m., on Wednesday, Oct. 19, people camped out in front of the new West St. Paul Chick-fil-a in hopes of winning free, one-year supply of Chick-fil-A meals.

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23
Oct

Mechanical needs/space study underway at SSP Library


Libraries are evolving to meet patrons’ needs and expectations in the 21st century. The South St. Paul Library is embarking on a study to determine how best to meet the public’s desires for the facility.

The South St. Paul Library is considering the future community needs, and the city and library staff are seeking public input before starting any renovation work. 

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23
Oct

Two sentenced in West St. Paul murder


Elizabeth Rios

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced on Oct. 14 that Judge David Knutson sentenced Elizabeth Rios, 27, of St. Paul to 10 1/2 years in prison in connection with the stabbing death of 30-year-old Daniel Adam Wallner, in West St.

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