Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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NEWSBRIEF: Pedestrian improvements coming to Wentworth Avenue

As work begins on a new senior apartment complex on Wentworth Avenue, the West St. Paul City Council and Dakota County are working to make sure pedestrians can move safely through the area. 

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25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Volunteer to explore wetlands

Dakota County is seeking volunteers eager to pull on a pair of waders and jump into monitoring the health of community wetlands through the Wetland Health Evaluation Program (WHEP).

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25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul lifts one-sided winter parking ban

The City of Saint Paul lifted the one-sided residential street parking ban on Thursday, March 21 The one-sided parking ban was originally scheduled to be in place until April 1.

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25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for the Citizen’s Academy

The South St. Paul Citizen’s Academy is accepting applications for the 2019 session. Topics covered include functions of patrol, use of force, laws of arrest, traffic stops, DWI demonstration and more.

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25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Craig announces art competition

Congresswoman Angie Craig announced the start of her office’s Congressional Art Competition.

Mon
25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul sidewalk poetry contest

Mayor Melvin Carter announced St. Paul’s Sidewalk Poetry Contest for 2019, a collaboration between the city and Public Art Saint Paul. Starting March 15 and running through April 15, writers who live in St.

Mon
25
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Congressional Art Competition

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18
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for West St. Paul Teen Citizen Academy

The West St. Paul Teen Citizen Academy is a free, six-week program open to high school students who live or go to school in West St. Paul or attend Henry Sibley. Snacks are provided.

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18
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Sen. Smith area students to U.S. service academies

U.S. Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) announced Feb. 8 the nomination of several area students to U.S. service academies.

Bradley Alton of Mendota Heights was nominated for admission to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.

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18
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Get back to recycling basics

Recycling seems more complicated than ever, so it’s time to get back to basics. Minnesotans are throwing away more than 285,000 tons of paper and 12,000 tons of aluminum cans each year — all of which have been recyclable for decades.

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