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Mon
13
Oct

Lehmann adjourns last South St. Paul council meeting to start judgeship


Chris Lehmann

South St. Paul council member Chris Lehmann says a few words at his last council meeting Oct. 6. He has been selected as a district court judge, and had to resign from the elected position that he's held since 2003. Right, council member Tom Seaberg. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Chris Lehmann wasn't always set on being a judge.
But he eventually realized his skills lined up with the job requirements.
"I felt I would be a good fit," he said in a recent interview. "Public service is an important thing for me."

Tue
07
Oct

Dakota County commissioner honored as leader in public health


Nancy Schouweiler

Nancy Schouweiler didn't plan on being a leader in public health.

Wed
01
Oct

Lilydaze


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Lilydaze featured the Barbary Coast Dixieland Showband that entertained folks on Sept. 20 in Lilydale.  The band counts Lilydale in its storied history; members used to perform at the Golden Garter, a St.

Mon
29
Sep

John Laliberte of South St. Paul to receive Alumni Achievement Award

John Laliberte of South St. Paul will be a recipient of an Alumni Achievement Award from Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota on Saturday, Oct. 4, during Homecoming festivities.

Tue
16
Sep

Inver Grove Heights native wins 'Educator of the Year' Peabody


Surrounded by some of his family, Inver Grove Heights native and Indiana principal Tim McIntosh holds up a check he received after being named "Educator of the Year" at Peabody Energy's Leaders in Education Awards dinner. (Submitted photo)

Growing up in Inver Grove Heights, Tim McIntosh had great teachers.

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.

Calisi giggles while bouncing around in her grandmother’s front yard

22-month-old Brianna Klein, below, examines her reflection in the wheel of an Inver Grove Heights fire truck, with her mother, Lisa Klein, behind her.

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.

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