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South St. Paul plans second ‘Relay for Life’

The American Cancer Society invites individuals who want to honor cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer) and caregivers, or pay tribute to those who have lost their battle with cancer, to join its Relay For Life, scheduled for Aug. 11 to 12 in South St. Paul.

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Get help on your taxes: Ask the experts

Cable subscribers metrowide will have the opportunity to have their tax questions answered by a panel of experts on Call-n-Talk Taxes. This live call-in show can be seen on Wednesday, March 15, from 8:30 until 10 p.m.

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Rep. Hansen calls for better collection of tax revenue

Today, Rep. Rick Hansen called for more aggressive collection of tax revenues by the Department of Revenue after a Legislative Auditor’s report revealed that Minnesota could be missing out on more than $1 billion a year in income and sales tax payments.

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Inver Hills hosts conference on justice for the disabled

“Justice for People with Learning Disabilities,” a conference on the developmentally disabled and the criminal justice system featuring Robert Perske, will be offered March 14 to 16 at Inver Hills Community College.

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Rep. Hansen leads group urging action on renewable energy

Rep. Rick Hansen is leading a bi-partisan group of state legislators concerned about clean air and water to present legislation promoting renewable energy and preventing climate change. The legislation is part of a coordinated effort with the legislatures of seven other Midwestern states.

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Spanish-speaking families make art by decorating reusable bags

This year School District 197’s Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) program received a $10,000 grant from the Solid Waste Management Coordinating Board to work with families around issues related to being better stewards of the earth.

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Hundreds in IGH gather to celebrate heritage

Germany was just a hop, skip and a jump away from Pakistan on March 2 when the Inver Grove Heights Community Schools sponsored Celebration of Cultures and Heritage.

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Teacher sacrifices hair for $4,000

Hilltop Elementary principal Tom Barker is feeling a breeze on his scalp these days, thanks to his students.

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Facing the dragon: one man’s battle with meth

It’s a story David Parnell, 38, is lucky to be alive to tell.
The northwestern Tennessee resident, a father of seven, is a recovering meth addict who has struggled with drug and alcohol addiction since high school.

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Minneapolis teen authors mobile phone road safety bill

While watching his older sister learn how to drive, 14-year-old Donny Harder noticed one thing about the reckless drivers he saw.

“They were talking on cell phones and not paying attention to the road,” Harder said.

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