Despite some snowfalls early last week, the mild weather has put a damper on several winter activities so far in 2017. Dodge Nature Center’s Frosty Fun Festival was canceled due to lack of snow.
Two area teachers are on the list of nominees for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.
Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie and his family got an unwelcome surprise on Saturday, Jan. 28.
The map posted on the Mendota Heights police department’s Facebook page shows the general area in which burglaries and thefts have occurred since the beginning of the year.
Residents in northern Dakota County may have had an unwanted guest in their house or car this past month.
The St. Paul City Council is preparing to create a seven-member citizen committee to work with city officials to focus on community reinvestment and reducing disparities in banking services.
Two men have been charged in the beating death of an elderly East Side widow.
The 79-year-old woman, Myong Gi Gossel, was found dead in her home, located at 2343 Nokomis Ave., on the East Side, by friends on Jan. 4.
The list of 132 teachers nominated for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award includes three East Side teachers this year. They are:
• Michael Houston, a math teacher at Harding High School.
Bill Wegwerth, Dan Ross and Weston Johnson were the snow artists that created “Playtime”.
The Winter Carnival’s Snow Sculpting event was under way on Jan. 29 at the Minnesota State Fair grounds.
John Rowan admits to stealing $1.2 million
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