Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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16
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Become a Master Recycler/Composter

Individuals who live or work in Dakota County are invited to participate in the final Master Recycler/Composter class of the year. 

Fri
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Area lawmakers recognized

The League of Minnesota Cities has recognized 34 state lawmakers, including Rep. Rick Hansen and Sen. Karla Bigham, as 2019 Legislators of Distinction.

Fri
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Sign up for Scouting Sept. 19

Parents of boys and girls in grades K-5 can sign their children up for Scouting online today or at one of more than 700 local joining-events taking place at all elementary schools. From 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept.

Fri
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Take part in MnDOT Statewide Pedestrian System Plan Survey

State highways often function as community main streets — places where people shop, work, go to school, and much more, using many forms of transportation.

Fri
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Three-lane road now in place on Maryland Avenue between Arkwright Street and Payne Avenue


County crews recently finished establishing Maryland Avenue between Payne Avenue and Arkwright Street as a three-lane road. The county will record data on the change through November to decide whether to permanently make this stretch of Maryland Avenue a three-lane road. (courtesy of Ramsey County)

 County crews have finished changing Maryland Avenue between Arkwright Street and Payne Avenue from a four-lane to a three-lane road.

Fri
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Urban Roots celebrates 50 years

Urban Roots, a nonprofit that promotes youth leadership through connections to nature, healthy food, and community with its earn-as-you-learn programs on St.

Mon
02
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: East Side Learning Center seeking volunteers

The East Side Learning Center provides free one-on-one reading tutoring for 280 children a day who read below grade level and are unable to get help elsewhere.

Mon
02
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County Historical society receives $89,000 Heritage Partnership Grant

The Dakota County Historical Society (DCHS) received an $89,000 Heritage Partnership Grant from the Minnesota Historical Society.

Mon
02
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County road project wins award

A Dakota County road project that improved traffic use and pedestrian safety has received international recognition. The Southview Boulevard (County Road 14) project in South St.

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