Herón Márquez Estrada

Reporter | South metro
Phone: 952-746-3281
He has been a professional journalist for 30 years and has worked at newspapers in Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, New York and Minneapolis.

Recent content from Herón Márquez Estrada

St. Paul police investigating deaths of 3 at Victoria St. apartment

Police said they were not searching for a suspect and that the public is not in danger.

Updated: March 25, 2013, - 11:50 AM

South school briefs: Burnsville school board has vacancy for 2-year term

BurnsvilleSchool board has vacancy for two-year termThe Burnsville School District is looking for a new board member after Paula Teiken...

Updated: March 19, 2013, - 04:21 PM

Dakota Technical College has major impact on area economy

The college accounts for 1,500 jobs and $160 million in economic impact, study finds.

Updated: March 19, 2013, - 03:47 PM

Burnsville schools gauging impact of technology on learning

The district has ramped up its use of technology in a slower, more-targeted way than some neighbors. A presentation Thursday looks at how it’s been going.

Updated: March 05, 2013, - 03:13 PM

Lakeville North activities director seeks transfer after second DWI arrest

Bob Ertl was convicted of DWI in December and faced possible downsizing due to budget cuts next year.

Updated: March 05, 2013, - 02:18 PM

Mound Westonka reduces suspensions of hockey players

But Mound Westonka High School officials’ effort to quell anger for “rushing to judgment” over Harlem Shake dance failed.

Updated: February 25, 2013, - 07:07 AM

Jordan answers Newtown by sending police into schools

A bold new security plan relocates police to offices in all of Jordan's schools.

Updated: February 16, 2013, - 10:05 PM

At Visitation High, adults join students onstage

A group of handicapped performers from Minneapolis joined Visitation High School's recent student production.

Updated: February 09, 2013, - 09:34 PM

Henry Sibley principal resigns -- with $64,590 payout

The $64,000 question in and around West St. Paul is why a popular high school principal was paid tens of thousands of dollars to resign.

Updated: February 06, 2013, - 11:21 PM

Sibley principal resigns -- with $64,590 payout

As in Burnsville case, West St. Paul won't disclose why she quit.

Updated: February 06, 2013, - 09:38 PM

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