Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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Inver Hills ranks as ‘Best for Vets’

Inver Hills Community College is the only MnSCU school to break the top 25 on Best for Vets, which ranks colleges nationwide. 

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29
Nov

Electronic crimes task force receives award

The University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs announced that the Dakota County Electronic Crimes Task Force has been selected for its Local Government Innovation Award at a ceremony to be held on Dec. 10.

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29
Nov

Signing events for Glewwe’s updated South St. Paul history book

Nearly 28 years ago, Lois Glewwe and the South St. Paul Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society produced and sold 5,000 copies of the 528-page “Centennial History of South St. Paul.”

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Nov

Dakota County Regional Chamber recognizes local businesses with excellence awards

The Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce recognized 21 businesses for outstanding work as part of its fifth annual Business Excellence Awards Nov. 19.

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Nov

Dakota County to host focus groups about food waste

Three discussion sessions will be held to gather thoughts and opinions from Dakota County residents about cooking and eating. The residents' opinions will help county staff develop useful tools to prevent food waste in homes.

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16
Nov

Strands of non-working Christmas lights can be dropped off for recycling

Recycling Association of Minnesota says this year there's no need to toss out strands of Christmas lights when they stop working.

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18
Oct

Open house for Highway 110 crossing project

Residents are invited to provide their input and ask questions about the Highway 110 crossing project during a public open house from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21 at the Henry Sibley High School, 1897 Delaware Avenue, Mendota Heights.

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11
Oct

The Metropolitan Airports Commission seeks public input

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) Noise Program Office sponsors quarterly Public Input Meetings for residents to receive updates on the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) and its activities, to be briefed on MSP operational levels and pr

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11
Oct

Unearthing family roots

Former director of the Minnesota Genealogical Society and currently an active participant in MGS programs, Tom Rice will present Part II of his programs on improving skills for using the Internet for family history research at 7 p.m.

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11
Oct

Deadline extended for Community Art Exhibition

The Dakota County Public Art Citizen Advisory Committee is seeking original works of art for its fifth Community Art Exhibition. The deadline for submitting artwork is extended to Nov. 9.

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