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Sep

The voice behind 911

"Maybe you and I have already spoken, but we didn't exchange names. Or maybe you told me yours, but mine never came up. You may have yelled at me, or begged me to hurry, or passed out in my ear. You may have told me something really personal. I might remember it, or I might not.

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24
Sep

New IGH administrator faces challenges

Joe Lynch, Inver Grove Heights' new city administrator, faces many challenges when he takes on his new role Oct. 16.

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24
Sep

Asbestos cleanup at SSP City Hall costly

Construction delays related to the removal of asbestos, a fireproof building material proven to cause lung cancer, from South St. Paul City Hall are expected to cost the city $22,170.

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24
Sep

Send out the lifeboats; they're drowning in homework

Each September in decades past, comedians quipped that it wasn't the kids who were eager for the school year to begin, it was the moms.

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17
Sep

Dean's List 9/17/06

Bethel University
• Greg Bollinger of Inver Grove Heights
• Robert Hillegas of Inver Grove Heights

College of St. Catherine
• Katie Enright of South St. Paul
Drake University
• Jennifer Lose of Inver Grove Heights

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17
Sep

That's one tough 'chuck

The following are accounts of the encounters some of the Department of Natural Resources' conservation officers have had with the state's wildlife, whether animal or human.

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17
Sep

Letters 9/17/06

Thanks to IGH Days supporters
To the editor:

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17
Sep

Tears and cheers for kindergarten

The Glorious Day finally arrived.

As I write this, my older daughter has begun third grade and my younger daughter… my baby, the last child to whom I'll ever give birth… has started kindergarten.

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17
Sep

Sheriff's clerk admits to stealing $120,000 in jail funds

Theresa Marie Ford, 43, of Prior Lake pled guilty Sept. 12 to theft by swindle (a felony) in connection with the theft of approximately $120,000 of funds under the control of the Dakota County Sheriff's Office.

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17
Sep

Spanish training helps officers reach out

The metro area's burgeoning Spanish population has presented a challenge to local police officers: How to connect with non-native speakers without offending them.

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