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Inver Grove Heights selects new police chief


A meet-and-greet was held Nov. 8 with the final candidates for Inver Grove Heights police chief, the night before the Inver Grove Heights City Council held a special meeting to select the city’s new chief. The council selected Paul Schnell, a former Maplewood police chief. His official hiring is still pending.

Hiring of former Maplewood chief still pending

 

On Nov. 9, Inver Grove Heights City Council members selected the candidate they would like to see as the city’s new police chief. 

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SNAPSHOTS: South St. Paul Theatre cuts loose

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (photos courtesy of Kris Koser Holsen)

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A career suggestion that changed everything


A career suggestion that changed everything: lifelong journalist Mary Lee Hagert looks back

Lifelong journalist Mary Lee Hagert looks back

 

Girls high school basketball was a big deal in Iowa back in the ‘60s. 

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Alleged robber shot during attempted Inver Grove Heights heist facing federal charges


Jamaal Marquie Mays

State charges against a Crystal man allegedly involved in an Aug. 17 attempted armed robbery of an Inver Grove Heights cell phone store have been dropped in favor of federal charges.

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South-West Review police reports published November 19, 2017

South-West Review police reports published November 19, 2017 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

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St. Paul nonprofits win more than half a million dollars in grant funds from Bush Foundation

Two St. Paul organizations, including an East Side-based nonprofit, were each awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars by the Bush Foundation.

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SNAPSHOT: Winter is coming...

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Jesse Poole / photo)

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Johnson High School alumni donate bench to the school


The Denissons spent about 100 hours constructing the bench and donated about $4,000 worth of materials. The bench can seat some 20 people and a commemorative plaque will be added next spring. • submitted photo

As a way to mark their 50-year class reunion, members of the Johnson High School class of 1966 wanted to create or donate something to the school. 

They decided on a bench, and not just an ordinary wooden bench, but a big stone “J.”

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Listening House dilemma to go before St. Paul City Council


Dayton’s Bluff neighbors living near Listening House, a nonprofit that operates out of First Lutheran Church at 463 Maria Ave. serving those who are homeless, have appealed a St. Paul Planning Commission decision that allows the organization to keep operating. The issue will now go before the St. Paul City Council. • courtesy of Google Maps

Dayton’s Bluff struggles with homeless service center in neighborhood

 

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Music can be the change


Tim Leonard started Music Unites Against Bullying in an effort to combat bullying inside schools. The idea originally started as a fundraiser that will take place on Nov. 18, and grew into an organization. • Hannah Burlingame/Review

New organization to hold fundraiser against bullying for South St. Paul Schools

 

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