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Sun
08
Jan

They solemnly swear


Jenny Halverson will move one chair over. The new West St. Paul mayor was previously a councilmember for Ward 2 before winning the mayoral election in November.

On Tuesday, Jan. 3, three new mayors were sworn in for the start of their first terms.

Sun
08
Jan

New Year’s Eve carjacking in South St. Paul leads to police standoff


Miguel Rea

A New Year’s Eve carjacking in South St. Paul that included a crash with a police squad car and a standoff at a home, ended with two men charged in connection to the incident.

Sun
08
Jan

More details released in South St. Paul sex abuse case


Aric Babbitt

Couple under investigation found dead of murder-suicide 

Sun
08
Jan

‘Mayor B’ looks back


Beth Baumann joined the South St. Paul City Council in 2000. Her tenure as mayor started by chance when the mayor at the time won a seat on the Dakota County Board of Commissioners. Since then, Baumann moved full steam ahead.

Longtime South St. Paul leader retires from office

Sun
08
Jan

Two-time mayor of West St. Paul says goodbye, again


At the final meeting of 2016 and his final meeting as mayor, Dave Meisinger (right) was presented a plaque for his service to the city by council member Ed Iago.

Sun
08
Jan

Longtime Mendota Heights public servant says goodbye


At the Dec. 20 meeting, Sandra Krebsbach was given a plaque in honor of her 24 years of public service to Mendota Heights.

Krebsbach reflects on 24 years of service

After 24 years of public service with the city, Sandra Krebsbach, former mayor of Mendota Heights, headed her last meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20.

Fri
06
Jan

Cause of death revealed in Mendota Heights death


Joseph Hernandez

On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office announced the probable cause of death in the Joseph Hernandez case.

Sun
01
Jan

Living on the edge: Polar bears in Churchill on the decline


Polar bears rest to conserve energy, lie on a pile of snow to cool down or lumber around the west side of Hudson Bay.

Last month I scratched one trip off my bucket list — a trip to Churchill, Manitoba, known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” 

Sun
25
Dec

Frozen ground broken at new Mendota Heights development

Mayor Sandra Krebsbach, fourth from left, was joined by members of Paster Properties and At Home Apartments on Thursday, Dec. 15, to break ground at the new Mendota Plaza development.

Sun
25
Dec

St. Thomas Academy Middle School Quiz Bowl Team wins first place

The St Thomas Academy Middle School eighth-grade quiz bowl team recently took first place in the annual Catholic Grade School Quiz Bowl tournament held at the University of St. Thomas. More than 40 grade schools participated.

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