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Dakota County Commissioner Nancy Schouweiler

Dakota County Commissioner Nancy Schouweiler has accepted re-appointment to a state committee on Children's Mental Health. She was appointed by Governor Tim Pawlenty.

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04
Feb

Scholarships at Inver Hills Community College

The following Inver Grove Heights residents received scholarships at Inver Hills Community College for the current academic year: Agnes Aondo, Laura Brown, Judy Carlow, Jian Qing Mei, Dauda Gasimu Swaray and Adam Weisenberger.

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04
Feb

Simley High School senior John Hutchins

On Wednesday, Feb. 7, Simley High School senior John Hutchins will sign a letter of intent to play Division I football at Wyoming on a full scholarship. There will be a signing ceremony in the Simley auditorium at 7:15 a.m.

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04
Feb

Kathleen Palen Geske

Kathleen Palen Geske has been promoted to vice president at Mainstreet Bank in South St. Paul. She was named vice president of the bank's Commercial Real Estate Group.

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04
Feb

Nick DeHaan

Nick DeHaan, 16, placed 7th in the Junior B division. Nick, an 11th-grader, plays soccer for Simley High School and the I.G.H. Heat Soccer Team.

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04
Feb

Hayley DeHaan

Hayley DeHaan, 15, of Inver Grove Heights is the 2007 U.S. National Long Track Speedskating Champion, Juvenile Ladies division. The national competition was held this past weekend in Roseville, Minn.

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04
Feb

Ladies Morning Out

Riverview Baptist Church, 14 E. Moreland Ave., West St. Paul, announces its winter-spring Thursday women's Bible study program, Ladies Morning Out.

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Feb

Police Reports Feb. 4, 2007


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04
Feb

Knitting for those in need

For more than twenty years, Maxine Anderson's church has held an annual baby shower to collect items to donate to Regions Hospital. For more than twenty years, Maxine Anderson has made hundreds, and perhaps thousands, of contributions in the forms of sweater sets, caps and booties.

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Feb

Letters to the editor Feb. 4, 2007

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