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Atkins aims to put an end to Grinch-like gift cards

With the busy holiday shopping season in full swing, Rep. Joe Atkins of Inver Grove Heights announced his support for a proposed state law that would ban expiration dates and service fees on gift cards.

“These hidden fees are like the Grinch stealing Christmas,” Atkins said.

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Save energy — and money — on holiday lighting

Rising energy costs don’t mean the end of holiday cheer. In fact, new technology can provide all the dazzle and fun of seasons past, along with greater convenience and lower energy bills—for residences, businesses, and municipalities.

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SSP to start council on healthy adolescent sexuality

The community of South St. Paul was awarded a grant for $1,500 to initiate a school-community health council.

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MH seeks applicants for commissions

Openings will exist on the Mendota Heights Planning, Parks and Recreation and Airport Relations Commission (ARC) in 2006. The Mayor and City Council are accepting applications from members of the public who would like to be considered for these openings.

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Holiday programs on Town Square Television

For the next couple of weeks Town Square Television will be running the following holiday programs: 2005 Inver Grove Heights Holiday on Main Street, West St. Paul Optimist Club Holiday Show 2005, Henry Sibley Holiday Band and Choir Concert and Christmas in South St. Paul.

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It’s moving time in School District 197

At its meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 6, the District 197 School Board approved plans and opened the bidding process for renovations at three of the district’s elementary schools: Garlough in West St. Paul, Mendota in Mendota Heights, and Pilot Knob in Eagan.

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‘Grandma Tutors’ make a difference at Pilot Knob

“Nothing helps a stuggling student more than one-on-one instruction,” says Ann Siegel, a kindergarten teacher at Pilot Knob Elementary School in Eagan who believes the special relationship the school’s “Grandma Tutors” have with their young charges makes a real difference in their educational dev

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Nancy Schouweiler has been named next year’s president of the Association of Minnesota Counties.

Dakota County Commissioner Nancy Schouweiler has been named next year’s president of the Association of Minnesota Counties.

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Dakota County Administrator Brandt Richardson named the top county administrator in the state.

The Minnesota Association of County Administrators today named Dakota County Administrator Brandt Richardson the top county administrator in the state. The annual award, called the Joe Reis Excellence in Management award, was announced during MACA’s annual meeting at the RiverCentre in St.

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Help shovel snow for seniors

Seniors living in West St. Paul and South St. Paul need some assistance this winter with removing snow from their sidewalks and driveways. This is the perfect opportunity for a family to volunteer together and help a senior homeowner clear away snow and keep their walkways safe.

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