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Jun

West St. Paul Police Day activities

A dedicated group of sixth- and eighth-grade girls, who are part of the West St. Paul YMCA Youth Bank project, have created a community event that will take place on Saturday, June 18, at Marthaler Park from 2 to 6 p.m. 

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12
Jun

Blue-green algae: If in doubt, stay out


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Summer is here, and while water enthusiasts and pets enjoy swimming and boating when the weather is calm and sunny, these conditions are also perfect for growing blue-green algae. This can be harmful to both people and animals.

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12
Jun

It’s kind of a mouthful

When she was thinking of a name for her cookbook, Jane Hulse was up at 2 a.m. brainstorming.

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12
Jun

Renewal in the northwoods

Paddling along with nature’s BWCA plans

 

Wildfires are an essential part of forest health. They’re a chance for the northwoods to reset and restart with a fresh palette.

Sun
05
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. 

Sun
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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05
Jun

Election filing closed

Filings for many elective offices closed on Tuesday, May 31.

The following candidates have filed for federal, state and local offices in races across northern Dakota County. 

 

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31
May

The city’s gone to the bees ... and butterflies


During restoration of Pilot Knob, the overhead power lines were buried as to not detract from the natural look of the area.

Mendota Heights to become pollinator-friendly city

It’s been a hot topic for a few years now: the decline of pollinators. 

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