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WSP home improvement grants now available

West St. Paul residents planning to make exterior home improvements are invited to apply for the 2006 Exterior Housing Mini-Grant Program.

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27
Nov

IGH Police to put 'deep freeze' on impaired drivers

Inver Grove Heights Police officers will be nipping at the red noses of impaired drivers during a Safe & Sober enforcement throughout December.

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27
Nov

Dakota County awarded 'Tobacco Free Communities' grant

The Dakota County Public Health Department has been awarded a $253,000 state grant to help create tobacco-free environments.

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27
Nov

Cahill Ave. traffic analysis to be discussed Dec. 5

The city of Inver Grove Heights will hold a neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 5, from 4:30-6:30 pm to discuss the results and findings of its Cahill Avenue traffic analysis and to receive final public comments on those findings.

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27
Nov

Police reports printed Nov. 26, 2006


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27
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Letters to the editor printed Nov. 26, 2006

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27
Nov

Developing lifelong learners in South St. Paul

Every fall educators have a unique advantage not shared by many other professions. They have the chance to begin anew. With the fall they see new students, new colleagues, and have new challenges to face with old friends.

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27
Nov

Inquiring Minds

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

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27
Nov

SSP park project rises in cost

Finishing Port Crosby, a new park in northern South St. Paul, might be more expensive than officials first realized.

The City Council voted 5-1 on Nov. 20 to spend an additional $195,000 for soil material to cap off the site, which is a former landfill.

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25
Nov

One step forward with St. Paul Hiking Club

Lawson Street resident Carolyn Diebel kept seeing the notices in her neighborhood paper. And they intrigued her.

So she finally called the St. Paul Hiking Club a little over a year ago, and she's been hooked on the group's hikes ever since.

She's not the only one.

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