Ramsey County

Tue
24
Jul

Sheriff’s office starts donation program for homeless inmates

Ramsey County Undersheriff Booker Hodges’ church has a donation program that assembles and distributes packs of basic necessities for people on the street. 

Fri
20
Jul

SNAPSHOT: Thrills, not much chill

Marjorie Otto/Review

Families and friends came out to enjoy the 105th annual Ramsey County Fair July 11-15. While it was quite toasty, some visitors tried to cool off while being flung through the air on midway rides.

Mon
16
Jul

SNAPSHOTS: Cool it down ...

Mike Munzenrider photos • As the heat index reached towards 100 degrees July 11, lots of folks and at least one golden retriever took to Lake Josephine and Lake Josephine County Park to keep more cool. 

Wed
04
Jul

Updates planned for Interstate 94


courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation • The interchange where interstates 94, 694 and 494 meet will be under construction in 2019 and 2020. The map at right shows the flow of traffic during the first phase of construction in 2019.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be renovating a major interchange in 2019 and 2020, affecting east metro commuters and area residents alike. 

Wed
27
Jun

Ramsey County Fair 2018

    Ramsey County Fair 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Tue
19
Jun

Sheriff’s office holds women’s academy, with aims of outreach and empowerment


Solomon Gustavo • Some 30-or-so women participated in the first-ever Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office women’s academy in Arden Hills as seen June 12. The free academy, which aimed to inform women about law enforcement careers and to empower them, ran June 11-15.

On day two of the inaugural Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office women’s academy, the 30 or so women in the program poured out of a conference room-turned-classroom and into the Arden Hills patrol station parking lot for a group picture. 

Fri
01
Jun

Local emergency agencies hold active shooter training


Solomon Gustavo photo • First responders from around the region — including the New Brighton Department of Public Safety, Roseville and St. Anthony fire departments, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office and Allina paramedics, among others — participated in active shooter training at the former Korean United Methodist Church in New Brighton in late May.

The condemned building of the former Korean United Methodist Church in New Brighton has proven an apt site for Ramsey County and local emergency agencies to train for an active shooter in a big, public place. 

Wed
16
May

Legislature may delay water-use changes tied to White Bear Lake ruling

The Minnesota House passed a bill May 8 that might provide relief to some east metro cities that have recently received groundwater restrictions from the Department of Natural Resources.

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