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12
Apr

Local giant will make itself more comfortable

CHS to revamp Inver Grove Heights headquarters

What happens when a Fortune 500 company experiences additional growth? Positive future prospects often lead to relocation.

Tue
07
Apr

Planned Parenthood coming to Little Canada

The building going up at on the northeast corner of the Rice Street and Highway 36 intersection will house a Planned Parenthood family planning clinic, which will open by fall. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The building going up at on the northeast corner of the Rice Street and Highway 36 intersection will house a Planned Parenthood family planning clinic, which will open by fall. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

New clinic being built off Hwy. 36 on Rice Street

Planned Parenthood is moving up the street to a brand new location in Little Canada near the intersection of Rice Street and state Highway 36.

Mon
06
Apr

Southwest Review People 4-5-15

Susan McLean-Keeney, of Mendota Heights, received an honorable mention award from judge Richard Kochenash for her painting, "Lilies At Como." The Minnesota Watercolor Society recently announced the winners of its 2015 spring exhib

Mon
06
Apr

Beware the ‘grisly-looking,’ haircut-seeking man

South-West Review police reports published April 5, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Mon
06
Apr

Hoppy Spring!

Families gather together for some Easter fun, waiting for the egg hunt to begin March 28 at the activity center.
Families gather together for some Easter fun, waiting for the egg hunt to begin March 28 at the activity center.

Families gathered at the Thompson Park Activity Center in West St. Paul for an egg hunt event March 28. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)

Mon
06
Apr

Ice and snow in the rearview mirror, orange construction cones lie ahead

A portion of Highway 13, from Second Street to Lexington Avenue, will be closed for resurfacing and drainage system updates from June through August. (submitted graphic)
A portion of Highway 13, from Second Street to Lexington Avenue, will be closed for resurfacing and drainage system updates from June through August. (submitted graphic)

With the sound of chirping birds and extended daylight hours comes another telltale sign of spring: orange cones marking off road construction sites.

Mon
06
Apr

Inver Grove Heights loses in second settlement with City Hall contractor

The pending arbitration case between the city of Inver Grove Heights and Shaw Lundquist, the contractor hired to take care of City Hall renovations and the public safety addition completed in 2011, recently ended in favor of the contractor.

Mon
06
Apr

Some massage parlors host underground ‘traffic’

At the end of March, a woman was denied a massage license in West St. Paul.

The application was stamped accordingly, and the woman, who is unnamed, disappeared, police suspect.

Mon
06
Apr

Call it a fowl

Dodge Nature Center’s naturalist and camp coordinator, Mick Garrett, points out some interesting chicken characteristics during an educational event for children and families at the Wentworth Library in West St. Paul Wednesday April 1.

Sun
05
Apr

Christian prisoner reform group eyes Dayton’s Bluff location

Freedom Works, a Christian non-profit that does post-prison programming is looking to add housing and programming for 24 men in a building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building, located at 869 5th St. E. is a former convent near Sacred Heart Church and is owned by Catholic Charities. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Freedom Works, a Christian non-profit that does post-prison programming is looking to add housing and programming for 24 men in a building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building, located at 869 5th St. E. is a former convent near Sacred Heart Church and is owned by Catholic Charities. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Freedom Works eyeing former convent on Fifth St.

A Christian non-profit providing programming and long-term housing for men after they get out of prison is looking to add a location on the East Side.

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