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Letters to the editor printed Nov. 5, 2006

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Rethinking the three R's for today's students

We all grew up with the three R's of reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic. These have served us well for decades. However, there are a lot of changes in society and schools today that are making us rethink our focus for education for the 21st century.

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Skyline Village resident charged with arson

A resident of the Skyline Village mobile home park in Inver Grove Heights has been charged with arson.

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Car crash claims life of IGH girl, 16

A 16-year-old Inver Grove Heights girl was killed in a three-vehicle crash on Wakota Bridge, on I-494 as she approached Concord Street in South St. Paul, early Sunday morning, Oct. 29.

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IGH mayoral candidates spar off in debate

The two candidates for Inver Grove Heights mayor faced off in a lively debate at Inver Hills Community College on Wednesday evening.

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Will Branning

Dakota County Commissioner Will Branning was named one of six economic and workforce development visionaries by the state Department of Employment and Economic Development at the 11th annual Minnesota Development Conference in St. Paul.

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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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Twenty Simley students named AP scholars

Sixteen Simley High School students were named AP Scholars for the 2005-2006 school year. They each completed three or more AP examinations with grades of 3.0 or higher.

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Dakota County's volunteer directors honored

Dakota County will honor its 11 volunteer directors on Nov. 1 as part of International Volunteer Manager Appreciation Day.

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Biloxi-bound mission team returns

The week of Oct. 14-22 was an adventure for 10 members of the River Bend United Methodist Churches, who went to Biloxi, Miss., to help people recover from hurricane damage. A 15-member team served in March, and eight of the team members returned.

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