Inver Grove Heights

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20
Apr

South-West Review Area Readers Choice Nomination ballot

Submit your nominations using our online form or download, print and mail your nominations.  Deadline for the South-West Readers Choice is May 22.

 

 

 

 

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03
May

IHCC students will travel to DC

The Amphibian Research Team at Inver Heights Community College has been named one of ten finalists in the Community College Innovation Challenge.

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03
May

Dakota County adds final stamp of approval to alternative Argenta Trail realignment

This map shows the future realignment of Argenta Trail in Inver Grove Heights. (Courtesy Inver Grove Heights Public Works)
This map shows the future realignment of Argenta Trail in Inver Grove Heights. (Courtesy Inver Grove Heights Public Works)

Homeowners ‘enjoying the afterglow of success’ For Inver Grove Heights homeowners who have been working to defend their homes from becoming casualties of an upcoming county road project, the fight is over.
On Tuesday, April 21, the Dakota County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a northern realignment and expansion of Argenta Trail (County Road 63) that will spare at least 10 homes. This decision echoed support of the Inver Grove Heights City Council, which had spent months working out a compromise that would best satisfy homeowners and a developer who both started out vying to keep the new road off their properties.

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03
May

Women’s football team settles in Inver Grove Heights

Vixen co-owner Laura Brown, offensive line player, goes in to intercept a throw during the team’s game in Nebraska against the Stampede. (Courtesy of Mark Kuznia)
Vixen co-owner Laura Brown, offensive line player, goes in to intercept a throw during the team’s game in Nebraska against the Stampede. (Courtesy of Mark Kuznia)

It’s likely that many female athletes in the area have acquired sports-related leg injuries. Perhaps equally probable though: few in the country have obtained them the way 42-year-old Laura Brown of Inver Grove Heights did.

Mon
27
Apr

Kline’s ‘mobile office’ will visit Inver Grove Heights, Lilydale

Congressman John Kline’s “mobile office,” which provides residents greater access to the services that are available to them, will stop in Inver Grove Heights and Lilydale Tuesday, April 28.

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26
Apr

Turning the tables — Learning from youth

Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Who better to teach adults about technology than youth?

That was an idea that came to fruition as Inver Grove Heights Community Schools hosted a free student-led technology conference on Saturday, April 18 at Inver Grove Middle School.

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20
Apr

Inver Grove Heights race means road closure

The upcoming May Day 5K fund-raiser in Inver Grove Heights means both scholarships for students of Simley High School as well as a street closure.

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12
Apr

Local giant will make itself more comfortable

CHS to revamp Inver Grove Heights headquarters

What happens when a Fortune 500 company experiences additional growth? Positive future prospects often lead to relocation.

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06
Apr

Southwest Review People 4-5-15

Susan McLean-Keeney, of Mendota Heights, received an honorable mention award from judge Richard Kochenash for her painting, "Lilies At Como." The Minnesota Watercolor Society recently announced the winners of its 2015 spring exhib

Mon
06
Apr

Ice and snow in the rearview mirror, orange construction cones lie ahead

A portion of Highway 13, from Second Street to Lexington Avenue, will be closed for resurfacing and drainage system updates from June through August. (submitted graphic)
A portion of Highway 13, from Second Street to Lexington Avenue, will be closed for resurfacing and drainage system updates from June through August. (submitted graphic)

With the sound of chirping birds and extended daylight hours comes another telltale sign of spring: orange cones marking off road construction sites.

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