July 2006

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Jul

Comcast awards students for community service, leadership

Two Mendota Heights area high school seniors have been recognized as recipients of Comcast's Leaders and Achievers Award with a $1,000 grant each from The Comcast Foundation for outstanding commitment to community service.

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30
Jul

7/30/06 Letters

Volunteer during IGH Family Fun Night
To the editor:

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30
Jul

Real men miss the Banana Boat

Sunscreen. It's not just for women and children anymore.

Sun
30
Jul

Open House planned for Yankee Doodle corridor study

An open house is planned Aug. 2 for residents and commuters to discuss plans for improving Yankee Doodle Road (County State Aid Highway 28) in Eagan from Interstate 35E to Dodd Road.

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30
Jul

100th graduating class in SSP to celebrate

Students and community volunteers have united to plan a multi-event celebration of the 100th class for South St. Paul Public Schools, which graduates June 2007.

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30
Jul

Newly formed Clean Water Council seeks applicants

Applications are now being taken for open appointments to the newly formed Clean Water Council. State Rep. Rick Hansen encourages citizens with environmental concerns and expertise to apply.

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30
Jul

Identity theft law to go into effect Aug. 1

If you're concerned about identity theft, a new state law could provide you with increased protection, said state Rep. Joe Atkins. One of a number of laws that go into effect Aug.

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30
Jul

Road projects raise concerns in IGH

Some proposed road improvements in Inver Grove Heights have residents upset - and the city re-examining how it pays for such projects.

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30
Jul

State preparing for soldiers' return

When Maj. John Morris speaks to communities about adjusting to life after war, he knows what he's talking about.

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26
Jul

Charron awarded for 'educational solutions'

State Rep. Mike Charron (R, 56A) was named an "Advocate for Local Educational Solutions" in an award presented by the Minnesota School Boards Association recently.

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