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Wed
18
May

Ramsey County safety patrol recognition event

School safety patrols from Bellaire Elementary sport butterfly face paintings. There were all kinds of games, prizes and lunch as well as visits from the St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcans and Ronald McDonald.

Wed
18
May

Cub Foods opens new Oakdale store

Customers were lined up in the light rain to be some of the first venturing into the new Cub Foods located at 10th Street North, just west of Interstate 694 on opening day May 10.

Tue
17
May

Purple forever

The Summer Flower Show at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is happening now until Oct. 2. Folks can see the purple hues that make up this years collection of flowers.

Tue
17
May

Roseville Police Department

The Roseville Police Department honored its officers and a handful of citizens at its annual awards ceremony May 12.

Sun
15
May

Sentinels stand guard

On a rainy Tuesday afternoon, the Keller Lake bald eagles stand guard over the nest after having just chased away another bald eagle.

Wed
11
May

Bike to School Day

Lots of students, some accompanied by parents, took to biking as Castle Elementary hosted a National Bike to School Day event May 4.

Wed
11
May

Arbor Day celebrations!


Council members, including Kristen Cici, joined in with others at Oakdale’s 41st annual Arbor Day Tree Give Away at Richard Walton Park April 30. In memory, Pete Graske’s retired #1 started the event as the city gave out 200 large bare root and container trees- Evans Bali Cherry, Red Maple, White Pine and Amur Chokecherry, for residents to plant for generations to enjoy.
Wed
11
May

‘Grandpa Terry’s’ last story time


Students at Christ Lutheran School in North St. Paul bid farewell to “Grandpa Terry.” Retired police officer Terry Johnson would read to the students each month for years. He was diagnosed with MS about two years ago and is now confined to a wheel chair, so his last reading was May 4. They also presented him with a framed all class photo and card.
Wed
11
May

Where does the sidewalk end?

Apparently, on North St. Paul’s 19th Avenue

The North St. Paul City Council passed a resolution to eliminate the sidewalk portion of the reconstruction planned for 19th Avenue at its May 3 meeting.

Wed
11
May

Grade-schoolers decorate Buddy and Peace Benches for the playground


Lake Elmo Elementary first grade students with a little help from their third grade buddies got to work painting Buddy and Peace Benches May 2. The benches will be dedicated at the playground May 23. Peace signs, flowers, butterflies as well as peaceful words adorned the Peace Bench.

First- and third-grade students tried to stay still as Lake Elmo Elementary School’s artist-in-residence, Karron Nottingham, told them the rules for painting their school’s new Buddy Bench and Peace Bench. 

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