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Jun

Golf tournament looking for family members

The 2016 South St. Paul Lions Memorial Golf Tournament committee is seeking information on deceased members of the South St. Paul Lions Club. 

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05
Jun

Take a kid fishing

Dakota County Parks is offering an opportunity for kids, families and others to learn all about the basics of fishing while trying to reel in the big one.

Sun
05
Jun

St. Thomas teachers receive award for excellence in teaching

St. Thomas Academy announced last month that retiring theology teacher Jane Doyle and the Rev. Nels Gjengdahl, school chaplain, were awarded the Myser Family Foundation Teaching Excellence Award for 2016.

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05
Jun
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29
May

Ideal Credit Union moves from West St. Paul to Inver Grove Heights

New office now open for business

Ideal Credit Union has moved from its longtime location on South Robert Street in West St. Paul to a new facility in Inver Grove Heights. 

Sun
22
May

SSP preschool enrollment open

The South St. Paul Community Preschool Program has openings and continues to accept registration at the Early Learning Office, 1541 Fifth Ave. S., for preschool classes that start in September and continue throughout the school year.

Sun
22
May

Local high school student experiences legislative process firsthand

Convent of the Visitation High School junior Mary Kathryn Schneeman participated earlier this month in the Minnesota House of Representatives high school page program at the state Capitol in St. Paul. 

Sun
22
May

Visitation welcomes new director of enrollment

Elizabeth Cutter-Wilson has been selected as Visitation School’s new director of enrollment. Cutter-Wilson is a 2000 alumna of the school.

Sun
15
May

Dakota County EMS Advisory Council recognizes first responders

During National Emergency Medical Services Week each May, the Dakota County EMS Advisory Council honors first responders, providers and others who have made exceptional contributions to emergency services.

Sun
08
May

Dakota County names Matt Smith as county manager


Matt Smith

The Dakota County Board of Commissioners announced Matt Smith as the county’s new manager. In his new role, Smith will oversee a team of nearly 2,000 employees in the county’s 16 different departments.

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