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Wednesday, 09/11/19
Betty, 60s Maplewood   “What’s great about getting old is I don’t have to rely on just what I read or hear or what people tell me. I have been through many downs and other times in my life.  I had a cancer scare in my twenties. I remember at 24 I just had my golden... + continue reading

A fairgoer won an extra passenger for the bus ride home in a midway game. This year’s fair marked the end of the 160th annual Minnesota State Fair, which drew record numbers thanks to picture perfect weather. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)
Wednesday, 09/11/19

Volunteers helped carry melons across the parking lot at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church during the second free farmers’ market. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)
Wednesday, 09/11/19
The city food shelf’s third farmers’ market will send off summer with another day of free produce for the community. The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, Second Harvest Heartland and St. Mark’s Lutheran Church are hosting their third free farmers’ market on Monday, Sept. 16, from 4 to 6... + continue reading

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
Wednesday, 09/11/19
Lake Elmo beekeeper Keith Tumulty entered 12 items into this year’s Minnesota State Fair, from honey to lip balm to candles. Ten of his creations won ribbons, including a grand champion prize for quality honey and bees. Tumulty, 36, has been entering bee products in the fair for the... + continue reading

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
Wednesday, 09/11/19
Amy Felegy/Review Farmers’ market visitors lined up near the zucchini table to grab bags of free produce on Aug. 19. To read more about the free farmers market, see page 8. + continue reading

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

Three of the remaining uncontrolled intersections in South St. Paul on Eighth Avenue South will soon have some type of traffic controls after the city council voted Sept. 3 to put in stop signs at one of them and yield signs at the other two. (file photo)
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South West Review


Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, located at 1115 Greenbrier St., celebrated 110 years on the East Side on Sept. 8. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Monday, 09/09/19
Marjorie Otto news editor Arlington Hills Lutheran Church has called the East Side home for 110 years. Its mission hasn’t changed much over more than a century, as it continues to be a place... + continue reading

Three of the remaining uncontrolled intersections in South St. Paul on Eighth Avenue South will soon have some type of traffic controls after the city council voted Sept. 3 to put in stop signs at one of them and yield signs at the other two. (file photo)
09/09/19

courtesy of Dakota County
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Roseville - Little Canada


Mike Munzenrider photos
Tuesday, 09/10/19
After taking leave for a week so the parking lot at Corpus Christi Catholic Church could serve as a park and ride for the Minnesota State Fair, the Roseville Farmers’ Market was back on Sept. 3.... + continue reading

The former New Brighton Elementary School, which was located at the intersection of Eighth Avenue and Seventh Street. On the left is the original building, constructed in 1939; on the right is a later addition, added in the early 1950s. After serving as a school, and later as a Korean United Methodist Church, the building was sold to the city in 2017 and demolished last month to make way for multi-family and senior housing. (courtesy of the New Brighton Area Historical Society)
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The building was purchased by the Korean United Methodist Church in the early 1980s, and housed up to 300 members for weekend services in its heyday. Parishioners came from as far away as Duluth and River Falls, Wisconsin to attend Korean-language services. (File photo)
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Students, staff and community members gathered at the 1939 dedication of the then-new New Brighton Elementary School building.
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A program from the dedication of the second elementary school building, which stood from 1939 until 2019. One name that might be familiar to today’s residents is Fred Beisswenger, who is listed on the program as chairman of the school board. He was also the founder of Beisswenger’s Hardware, which has been in business in New Brighton since 1919. (photos courtesy of the New Brighton Area Historical Society)
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Little Canada’s pumping operation on Twin Lake as seen from the northwest on June 25; Interstate 694 can be seen in the background. With lake levels no longer threatening homes, the city is looking to service a manhole cover and end its pumping efforts, which will likely cost more than $70,000. (courtesy of City of Little Canada)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 09/11/19
Betty, 60s Maplewood   “What’s great about getting old is I don’t have to rely on just what I read or hear or what people tell me. I have been through many downs and other times in my... + continue reading

A fairgoer won an extra passenger for the bus ride home in a midway game. This year’s fair marked the end of the 160th annual Minnesota State Fair, which drew record numbers thanks to picture perfect weather. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)
09/11/19

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
09/11/19

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
09/11/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 09/11/19
Betty, 60s Maplewood   “What’s great about getting old is I don’t have to rely on just what I read or hear or what people tell me. I have been through many downs and other times in my... + continue reading

A fairgoer won an extra passenger for the bus ride home in a midway game. This year’s fair marked the end of the 160th annual Minnesota State Fair, which drew record numbers thanks to picture perfect weather. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)
09/11/19 -

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
09/11/19 -

Keith Tumulty showed off buckets of his bees’ honey on a summer day. (photos courtesy of Keith Tumulty)
09/11/19 -

Bulletin Area


Mike Munzenrider photos
09/10/2019
After taking leave for a week so the parking lot at Corpus Christi Catholic Church could serve as a park and ride for the Minnesota State Fair, the Roseville Farmers’ Market was back on Sept. 3.... + continue reading

The former New Brighton Elementary School, which was located at the intersection of Eighth Avenue and Seventh Street. On the left is the original building, constructed in 1939; on the right is a later addition, added in the early 1950s. After serving as a school, and later as a Korean United Methodist Church, the building was sold to the city in 2017 and demolished last month to make way for multi-family and senior housing. (courtesy of the New Brighton Area Historical Society)
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The building was purchased by the Korean United Methodist Church in the early 1980s, and housed up to 300 members for weekend services in its heyday. Parishioners came from as far away as Duluth and River Falls, Wisconsin to attend Korean-language services. (File photo)
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Students, staff and community members gathered at the 1939 dedication of the then-new New Brighton Elementary School building.
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A program from the dedication of the second elementary school building, which stood from 1939 until 2019. One name that might be familiar to today’s residents is Fred Beisswenger, who is listed on the program as chairman of the school board. He was also the founder of Beisswenger’s Hardware, which has been in business in New Brighton since 1919. (photos courtesy of the New Brighton Area Historical Society)
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09/10/2019

Little Canada’s pumping operation on Twin Lake as seen from the northwest on June 25; Interstate 694 can be seen in the background. With lake levels no longer threatening homes, the city is looking to service a manhole cover and end its pumping efforts, which will likely cost more than $70,000. (courtesy of City of Little Canada)
09/10/2019
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