August Headline Highlights for Mendota Heights
Check out the top local news headlines from the past month.
From crime to corn dogs, August was a busy month for Mendota Heights.
Last month's most popular stories from Mendota Heights Patch included:
Two men, one from Mendota Heights and one from St. Louis Park, are charged with assaulting a St. Louis Park man, cutting him with a knife after he told them to stay away from his grandson ... for more, click here.
Voters in Mendota Heights, Mendota and Lilydale will head to the polls Tuesday for primary elections ... for more, click here.
Multiple police agencies and a K9 unit responded to an alarm at Henry Sibley High School shortly before midnight. Juveniles had propped a door open and were seen inside the building. They fled when police arrived and were caught ... for more, click here.
Whether you're ready or not, nearly two million people are expected to descend on the Minnesota State Fair’s 320-acre grounds starting Thursday and the following 11 days for concerts, contests, cows and corn dogs.
Here’s Mendota Heights Patch's rundown on what you need to know to get to the fair and find your way around ... for more, click here.
Minnesota's summer sky is always beautiful, but the night holds a special treat for viewers this weekend ... for more, click here.
The race to watch in local elections this November will be a face-off between Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsach and her challenger, council member Ultan Duggan ... for more, click here.
In other Dakota County news, Eagan and Lakeville named 'best places to live' in America, and a new strain of pig flu is discovered ... for more, click here.
A vehicle parked in an underground lot at The Village was damaged over the weekend. Items were reported stolen ... for more, click here.