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Upgrades being made to Inver Wood Golf Course


Work on the new practice range at Inver Wood Golf Course in Inver Grove Heights began at the beginning of the month by tearing up the current range. The new range will extend into the current parking lot, allowing for an extra 50 yards of range.

City-owned course will pay back city for work

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Spartans selected as Youth 1st Team Award winners


Members and coaches of the Inver Grove Heights Spartans 12U softball team.

The Owatonna Youth Fastpitch Softball Association (OYFSA) in partnership with Youth 1st, Owatonna Parks and Recreation, The Walser Foundation and Minnesota Twins Community Fund have selected the Inver Grove Heights Spartans 12U softball team as Yo

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Parent Resource group meets in Inver Grove Heights

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota provides support groups to help parents discover resources to meet the challenges of raising a child with mental illness, learn coping skills and develop problem-solving skills.

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Dunkin’ Donuts location slated for West St. Paul

Dunkin’ Donuts announced Aug. 16 the signing of a multi-store development agreement with Eliasco, LLC., to develop 15 new restaurants in the south metro.

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Late filing closes, candidates set for seats not in primary

The following candidates have filed for local offices in races across northern Dakota County for offices that weren’t on the primary ballot. Filing closed Aug. 16. The general election is Nov. 8.

 

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South St. Paul residents can now own mini pigs

First it was chickens, now it’s a different farm animal. At its Aug. 15 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council voted on the second and final reading of an ordinance amendment that would allow miniature pigs in the city. 

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Charges will not be filed against IGH police chief


Larry Stanger

The Scott County Attorney’s office announced Aug. 11 it would not proceed with criminal charges against Inver Grove Heights Police Chief Larry Stanger.

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Reduced-cost football program for community middle schoolers

Community students in grades 7 to 9 have an awesome opportunity to play competitive tackle football in the Metro Football League for a fraction of the cost of most community education programs. The season runs from Aug.

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Dakota County earns third place in 2016 Digital Counties Survey

The Center for Digital Government and the National Association of Counties recently announced that Dakota County earned third place in the 2016 Digital Counties Survey.

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Former elementary school bricks available to public

At its July 25 meeting, the South St. Paul Board of Education approved a bid for the demolition of Jefferson Elementary School. This school served students grade preschool through sixth grade from 1954-1983.

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