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Fall play at Inver Hills

Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is the fall-theater production at Inver Hills Community College with performances scheduled 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 27, 28 and Nov. 3, 4 in the Fine Arts Theatre.

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IGH volunteers help clean up Gun Club Lake

The Dakota County Sheriff's Office Underwater Recovery Team coordinated a cleanup of Gun Club Lake and Lion's Park in Inver Grove Heights on Sept. 16.

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Mendota Elementary: a 2006 'Blue Ribbon' school

School District 197's Mendota Elementary is one of only 200 public schools in the nation and one of eight in the state selected as a 2006 "Blue Ribbon" school by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Inver Hills Foundation names officers for 2006

The Inver Hills Community College Foundation board of directors held its annual meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 30, and elected officers and appointed new members.

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Living it up in more ways than one

Lions, and tigers and libraries. Oh my!

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Fundraiser dinner

Croatian Kaposia Lodge 316 will sponsor their annual "Sarma" (cabbage roll) fundraiser dinner at the Croatian Hall, 445 Second Ave. S., South St. Paul, on Saturday, Oct. 21. Dinner will be served from 1 to 6 p.m.

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Great things happening in ISD 199

This school year is a year of many visible changes in the Inver Grove Heights Community Schools. The most visible are the construction of new academic space at Inver Grove Heights Middle School and remodeling and construction at Hilltop Elementary School.

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Letters to the Editor Issued Oct. 1, 2006

Sieben and Bigham will advocate for seniors
To the editor:

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A trick-or-treat trail

This is the fifth year the Patrick girls have run their show (initially funded by a $25 dollar loan from their mom - at 2 percent interest) that began as a non-scary Halloween alternative for little kids.

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District 197 leader stumps for levy increase

With the Nov. 7 election only a month away, School District 197 Superintendent Jay Haugen, who started with the district July 15, has had to hit the ground running.

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