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12
May

Get help with that home fixup project

Assistance for most exterior home improvements is now available through the 2007 Exterior Housing Mini-Grant Program. The city of West St. Paul offers mini-grants to encourage and assist residents with property maintenance and home improvement projects.

Sat
12
May

Letter: Water quality: world's top issue?

To the editor:

Water is a basic human need, it is a gift which should inspire in all of us a response of gratitude and care.

Sat
12
May

Thanks for the memories

I am in the last few weeks of my tenure as the superintendent of South St. Paul Public Schools and I have been reflecting our time together. When I came to the district in summer 2003, the district was just coming off a failed levy.

Sat
12
May

Lincoln students 'Read to Feed' the animals

Students at Lincoln Elementary got a special treat May 4.

An exotic petting zoo, featuring a llama, goats, zebu, yak and camel, stopped by for a visit as part of the school's Read to Feed program, a unique project designed to raise money for Heifer International.

Sat
12
May

Teachers, secretaries let go in 197

Last Monday 24 School District 197 teachers, secretaries and paraprofessionals got the bad news they had been expecting.

Sat
12
May

Students help injured girl come home

After months in the hospital, Gladys Reyes is finally coming home.

The young girl, who was dragged nearly three-quarters of a mile after being struck by a car on Jan. 28 of this year, will be released from the hospital within the next few days.

Sat
05
May

When it comes to insects, plants have many foes

Understandably, most gardeners are none too fond of insects and other critters, many of which can stunt plant growth, rob a plant of its natural beauty or attack a plant's leaves or buds. Such negative side effects have caused many a headache in the gardening community.

Sat
05
May

'Wild Music' now open at Science Museum

"Wild Music: Sounds and Songs of Life," a new hands-on exhibit exploring sound and music in nature and in life, is now open at the Science Museum of Minnesota, 120 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul.

Highlights of "Wild Music" include:

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05
May

'Simple Steps' program aims to get residents walking

This spring, Dakota County residents are invited to put on their shoes, head out the door - and start walking. To help people get moving, Dakota County and eight cities in the county are offering the "Simple Steps" program.

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05
May

Roadwork slated for Highway 61 this summer

State Sen. Katie Sieben announced today that the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has secured funding to construct J-Type median barriers on Highway 61 to begin late summer.

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