Libor Jany

Reporter | East Metro
Phone: 651-925-5033
Libor Jany covers communities in the East Metro, including Woodbury, Cottage Grove, Afton, Newport and St. Paul Park.

Recent content from Libor Jany

South St. Paul voters approve $10 million parks plan

Voters backed the referendum to finance a multiuse park and new playing fields, and fix up the city’s ice arena.

Updated: February 18, 2014, - 01:18 PM

South Washington superintendent's complaint over data-access law draws criticism

Keith Jacobus backed off, said he never intended to limit data.

Updated: February 15, 2014, - 09:10 PM

Forest Lake teacher puts fantasy sports spin on geopolitics

North Lakes Academy teacher Eric Nelson created the fantasy-football style game to keep his ninth-grade students engaged and develop their analytical skills.

Updated: February 15, 2014, - 06:28 PM

In Columbus, scientists retrieve wolf sperm for future use

Scientists collect sperm at wildlife center to guard against sudden drops in population. It’s considered genetic gold.

Updated: February 08, 2014, - 07:22 PM

Cottage Grove teen wins Star of the North Award for do-gooders

Julia Dorn of Cottage Grove will get the Star of the North Award for bringing birthday presents to kids at...

Updated: February 05, 2014, - 02:01 PM

For South St. Paul, an exercise in what downtown could become

The city is seeking public opinion about the business district in the Southview-Marie area as part of a planned revitalization...

Updated: February 04, 2014, - 03:22 PM

Naming rights deal whispers begin, years ahead of schedule

Commissioners said that transit agencies across the country have generated millions of dollars by contracting with interested parties.

Updated: February 01, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Woodbury getting new cancer unit

HealthEast will build treatment center at Woodwinds Health Campus to open in 2015. Pediatric and family clinics also planned this...

Updated: January 25, 2014, - 01:58 PM

Hastings unveils new logo

It’s part of a major rebranding campaign to enhance the city’s image and attract tourism and businesses to the area.

Updated: January 21, 2014, - 11:35 AM

Smaller police forces slow to adopt social media

Manpower and time are among challenges for agencies in Dakota and Washington counties to maintain Facebook and Twitter presences.

Updated: January 18, 2014, - 04:00 PM

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