Newsbriefs - South-West Review

Mon
23
Jun

Flooding concerns


Linda E. Andersen/Review

The rain just kept falling last week, causing Mississippi River floodwaters to submerge the public boat landing area under the Interstate 494 Wakota Bridge in South St. Paul.

Thu
19
Jun

West St. Paul ‘cracks down’ on city code violations

In hopes of beautifying West St. Paul, city officials will be expanding efforts to make sure all residents are following city ordinances.

Thu
19
Jun

New businesses in the works in West St. Paul

Two business, the 5-8 Club and L.A. Fitness, are coming to West St. Paul, the city recently announced.

Tue
10
Jun

Mudslide closes trail in Mendota, Lilydale

Big Rivers Regional Trail, which runs from Mendota at Highway 13 to Lilydale, closed Monday, June 2, to pedestrians and cyclists after a mudslide left the area impassable.

Tue
10
Jun

Dakota County police warn against burglaries during warm up

As temperatures rise, so do burglaries and other related criminal activity, police say.

Tue
10
Jun

Dakota County administrator garners award

Dakota County Administrator Brandt Richardson received this year’s Dr. Robert A. Barrett Award for Management Excellence.

Tue
10
Jun

Southview Design breaks ground on new building

Southview Design, one of the top 25 fastest growing landscape firms in the U.S., hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its future facility in Mendota Heights June 2.

Tue
10
Jun

Damage from heavy rains closes Hwy. 13 in Mendota


Map of closed stretch of Highway 13 in Mendota

Highway 13 (Sibley Memorial Highway) between Second Street and Lexington Avenue near Mendota closed for emergency repairs Tuesday, due to weather damage.

Tue
03
Jun

Inver Grove Heights: Bear, bear, everywhere

The Inver Grove Heights Police Department has continued to receive calls about a black bear, adding more “B” streets to the list of sightings.

Residents reported seeing the bear around:

Tue
03
Jun

Summer reading

Dakota County Library welcomes kids and teens to dig into their favorite books during the next few months.

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