Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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04
Feb

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul Business Awards

The St. Paul City Council began accepting nominations for its Business Awards Jan. 14 and will continue to do so through Feb. 15.

Mon
04
Feb

NEWSBRIEF: Nominations open for Garold ‘Jerry’ Murphy Community Service Award

In April of 2019, the third annual Garold ‘Jerry’ Murphy Community Service Award will be presented to an individual for their outstanding service to the cities of Mendota Heights, Mendota or Lilydale. 

Mon
28
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: South-West area teachers candidates for Minnesota Teacher of the Year

A near record 168 teachers are up for Minnesota Teacher of the Year. The candidates have accepted their nominations and completed the required materials to become eligible.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul Business Awards

The St. Paul City Council began accepting nominations for its Business Awards Jan. 14 and will continue to do so through Feb. 15.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul Urban Teacher Residency

St. Paul Public Schools is now taking applications for a unique program designed to recruit, prepare, support and retain teachers from diverse backgrounds.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: Urban Expedition

The popular Urban Expedition program provides families with an opportunity to learn about the world right here in St. Paul’s backyard. The 2019 season will include the following dates and topics: Palestine on Sunday, Feb.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: St. Paul Transportation Committee openings

The St. Paul Planning Commission seeks applications from interested residents, employees, and business interests to serve on its Transportation Committee.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: District 1 Community Council seeking board members

The District 1 Community Council represents the southeast St. Paul community, which includes the neighborhoods of Conway, Eastview, Battle Creek and Highwood Hills. The council serves as a connection between The City of St.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County libraries adopts new hours

Several Dakota County libraries are adopting additional and more consistent hours effective Monday, Feb. 4.

Mon
21
Jan

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County Residential Survey to be sent out soon

Mailings related to Dakota County’s next Residential Survey will be mailed out, giving residents the opportunity to provide feedback to the county on what is working well and what is not and to share their priorities for the county.

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