Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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11
Nov

Complaint: Metal plate weapon of choice in Mendota Heights assault


Waasohn Dorliae

A 25-year-old woman is facing a felony for allegedly beating her boss with a metal plate after he threatened to fire her for being late to her job at a Mendota Heights plant that develops metal and plastic coating.

Fri
24
Oct

Program about getting ready for Kindergarten in preschool

The South St. Paul Community Preschool Program continues to register children for preschool classes that started in September and continue throughout the school year. Community Preschool is for children who were 3 or 4 years old by Sept. 1.

Mon
13
Oct

Cold Weather Rule starts Oct. 15

Xcel Energy reminds its Minnesota residential customers who may have trouble paying energy bills that beginning Wednesday, the Cold Weather Rule will be in place to help protect them from service disconnection during the winter — as long as they t

Fri
03
Oct

Mendota Heights students to host District 52B debate

Some area students will be able to see classroom lessons in action on Sunday.

Mon
11
Aug

A great ‘Night’ - photos


Colette Kasper, left in the top photo, looks on as her granddaughter, Calisi, 2, jumps in a bounce house donated by one of the neighbors.

Colette Kasper hosted a Night to Unite (formerly National Night Out) gathering on the blocked-off street in front of her Inver Grove Heights home Tuesday, Aug. 5.

Mon
04
Aug

Community college partners with agribusiness

Inver Hills Community College is partnering with global agribusiness CHS and the CHS Foundation to launch the Agricultural Sciences Career Pipeline Program, a new statewide educational and career pathway initiative for middle and high school stude

Mon
04
Aug

Remaining candidate filing opens

Northern Dakota County candidates in cities without primary elections began filing for their candidacy in the 2014 election last week.

Mon
28
Jul

Reward doubled for tips in vandalism spree


A mailbox was vandalized recently in a spree that included vulgar and sexually explicit images and words scratched and spray-painted into vehicles and houses in Mendota Heights. A $500 is being offered for information. (Submitted photo)

A local group recently increased the reward offered for information leading to the arrest and charging of the vandals who recently spray-painted racial slurs, sexual images and expletives on vehicles, homes and mailboxes around Mendota Heights.

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