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New bill would protect stock, bond investors

If you own stocks, bonds or mutual funds, a bill sponsored by stateRep. Joe Atkins of Inver Grove Heights applies to you. Rep. Atkins’ bill, known as the Uniform Securities Act, provides additional protections for consumers and heightened requirements for investment brokers and dealers.

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Free export/import counseling offered for small businesses

On Tuesday, March 28, St. Paul SCORE members will provide free export/import counseling help to small business owners.

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Tapemark Charity Pro-Am announces its 35th anniversary

The Tapemark Charity Pro-Am is pleased to announce its 35th Anniversary events. Beginning with “Magic and Merriment” on Monday, May 1, at the Great American History Theater, the 35th Annual Tapemark Pro-Am will get underway the weekend of June 9 to 11 at Southview Country Club in West St. Paul.

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Safe Dakota Coalition to host town meeting March 28

Join the Safe Dakota Coalition for a North Town Hall Meeting on March 28 at the Northern Service Center, One Mendota Road, West St. Paul.

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16th Annual Summer Activities and Safety Fair

As the weather gets warmer, everyone is outside more and safety issues and summer activities become a concern. The 16th Annual Summer Activities and Safety Fair will be held on Thursday, April 6, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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Fish fry

The Church of St. John Vianney, 1815 Bromley St. (lower-level parking lot) in South St. Paul, is hosting its annual Lenten Fish Fry every Friday during Lent through April 7. The dinner is served from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

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Jewels found in small Kansas towns

Dorothy cavorts with the Tin Woodsman, Amelia Earhart takes flight, the Civil War comes alive and the tall prairie grass is a Club Med for cattle in Kansas.

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Jewels found in small Kansas towns

Dorothy cavorts with the Tin Woodsman, Amelia Earhart takes flight, the Civil War comes alive and the tall prairie grass is a Club Med for cattle in Kansas.

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27
Mar

Townhomes could be built next to Pilot Knob

Mendota Heights officials last week discussed the possibility of bringing a 97-unit housing development across the street from Pilot Knob next to the Acacia Park property.

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Waiting for their loved ones to return

A South St. Paul man is doing his part to help families who have loved ones serving overseas in Iraq.

Terry Pieper, 45, a staff sergeant in the National Guard, served as a communications solider in Iraq for 11 months, from October 2004 to September 2005.

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