South-West Review -News

News for South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights and surrounding communities in the South-West Review www.southwestreviewnews.com

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27
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Jedi mind tricks apparently don’t work on local police

South-West Review police reports published July 27, 2014 for Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

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25
Jul

Flooding shuts down events at Sibley Historic Site in Mendota

Minnesota History River Paddle, Color Dash cancelled
Damage from heavy summer rains has caused two events at the Sibley Historic Site in Mendota to be abruptly cancelled.

Thu
24
Jul

B-52 Burgers and Brew nibbles national fame


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Inver Grove Heights restaurant to appear on Travel Channel's "Food Paradise"
Brandon Bramscher is not one for cameras.
But the B-52 Burgers and Brew co-owner was thrust in front of multiple lenses on St. Patrick's Day, as the crew for the Travel Channel's "Food Paradise" show took over the Inver Grove Heights restaurant, capturing his burgers deemed worthy of national attention.

Mon
21
Jul

West St. Paul council agrees rental inspection rules are ‘broken’


Properties such as this one, on Annapolis Street, were discussed at a recent West St. Paul City Council workshop as illustrations of rental-property codes that need to be tightened. (Photo from city documents)

Shocked at rundown properties, council kick-starts revamp
With more and more tenants complaining about conditions at the homes they rent, the West St. Paul City Council at its July 14 workshop directed staff to address gaps in the city’s housing evaluator guidelines.

Mon
21
Jul

Tiny Henry Sibley band towers above competitors


For a second consecutive year, the Henry Sibley Marching Band swept the awards in its class at the Vikingland Band Festival championship in Alexandria, although the band was smaller and younger than most of the bands it competed against. (submitted photo)

Performing a “wish”-themed set that included “When You Wish Upon a Star” and scat singing, the Henry Sibley Marching Band garnered special awards recognizing the color guard, winds and percussion, sweeping its class for the second year in a row at the state championship June 29. (submitted photo)

Young 35-member group measures up to legacy
The Henry Sibley Marching Band started its season knowing it would be tough enough to match its performance in the 2013 Class AA marching band state championships, where it took top honors.

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21
Jul

Area cities fight flood, mudslide damage

As concerns over flooding have only worsened over the years statewide, city officials have ramped up their response. The key: figuring out how to block or divert the water before it rises.

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20
Jul

Does Monday deadline mean Sunday chicken dinner?

South-West Review police reports published July 20, 2014 for Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Mon
14
Jul

Man ditching drugs tosses them to West St. Paul officer

Cop catches meth in the face
A St. Paul man trying to ditch his drugs apparently didn't keep track of the West St. Paul officers who stopped the car he and three companions were riding in.

Mon
14
Jul

West St. Paul church shares its ‘warm, welcoming’ culture through Middle Eastern Festival


Members of the St. George Middle Eastern dance troupe ride a camel at a past Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul. The fundraiser and celebration is July 18-20 this year. (Submitted photo)

Event will include camel rides, cuisine
A West St. Paul church’s Middle Eastern Festival this weekend is about more than raising money for the Orthodox Christian parish. Organizers say they want to share their culture steeped in generosity, inviting in the community with an

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