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State Rep. Rick Hansen

State Rep. Rick Hansen (DFL-South St. Paul) was named chair of the Subcommittee on Wetlands, Watersheds and Buffer Protection today. This subcommittee will be part of the Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division.

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John Murphy

John Murphy of the financial-services firm Edward Jones in West St. Paul recently earned his Series 66 license, which enables him to maintain an investment-advisor representative (IAR) registration.

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Rep. Karla Bigham introduces reform package

Rep. Karla Bigham (DFL-Cottage Grove) introduced a set of bills designed to reform the government of Minnesota today. Bigham said the proposals were needed to secure a return to good government.

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Visions of Excellence award

LaDonna Boyd, economic development director of Dakota Electric Association, was awarded the 2007 Forrest Glewwe "Visions of Excellence" Award at the annual meeting of the River Heights Chamber of Commerce Jan. 26.

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American Bank named 2007 'Business of the Year'

The River Heights Chamber of Commerce presented Dave Metzen, a member of the American Bank board of directors, and the American Bank staff the 2007 Business of the Year Award on Jan. 26.

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Express yourself in a rap or poem

Starting Feb. 20, teens aged 12-18 are invited to submit original poems and raps for the Dakota County Library Teen Rap/Poetry Contest. The deadline date for the 2007 contest is Saturday, March 31.

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Police Reports Feb. 18, 2007


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Inquiring Minds Feb. 18, 2007

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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Making it through tax-filing season

The federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) brought more than $400 million to Minnesota in 2005, and promises to bring similar amounts to the state's eligible working families during this tax season if they claim it, according to an analysis of Minnesota tax data by Children's Defense Fund (CDF)

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Dodge Nature Center in talks to preserve Lilly property

Dakota County is considering a request by Dodge Nature Center to preserve its Lilly property, a 155-acre natural area south of Highway 110.

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