Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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02
Oct

Teen Short Story Contest underway in Dakota County libraries

Dakota County library system’s annual Teen Short Story Contest is open during October to residents ages 12 to 18. 

Sun
02
Oct

Early voting is already underway

Dakota County is reminding residents that there are a number of ways to vote in the 2016 statewide general election. 

Sun
02
Oct

ISD199 superintendent hosting Community Talks series

Inver Grove Heights Community Schools Superintendent Dave Bernhardson will hold monthly informal meetings with the community to answer questions and provide information about the district. 

Sun
11
Sep

Become a master recycler

Registration is now open for Dakota County’s master recycler program. This six-week course takes place on Thursdays from Oct. 6 to Nov. 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. 

Sun
11
Sep

Dakota County Public Health Department achieves national accreditation

The Dakota County Public Health Department recently received national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).  

Sun
04
Sep

Residents can recycle used car seats

Between now and Sunday, Sept. 11, residents can recycle used car seats at Targets across Minnesota. 

Sun
28
Aug

McCauley takes home girls PGA Warrior Cup trophy


Isabella MCauley of Inver Grove Heights beams as she holds the state girls Junior PGA Warrior Cup trophy, which she won in a three-way playoff.

Isabella McCauley of Inver Grove Heights is a winner of the 2016 Minnesota Junior PGA Warrior Cup presented by Valspar. 

Sun
28
Aug

Hunting opportunities expanded on Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge is seeking public comments now through Sept. 6 on revisions to the Hunt Plan of the Visitor Service Plan.

Sun
28
Aug

Inver Grove Heights police chief to face internal investigation


Larry Stanger

During a closed executive session on Monday, Aug. 22, the Inver Grove Heights City Council directed city administration to begin an internal investigation on Police Chief Larry Stanger.

Sun
21
Aug

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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