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Banks, law enforcement, raise red flag on phone scams

The shocking details just kept piling up: the woman’s grandson was in jail in New Jersey, he’d been charged with DWI and had hit a pregnant woman with his car.

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Arden Hills family to use service dog to help with autism


submitted photo Jonah Hoffer, 4, was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. One of his most challenging symptoms is eloping, or bolting when faced with overstimulation. To help him and his Arden Hills family, the Hoffers will be welcoming a new family member — a service dog named Ivan.

When the Hoffer family of Arden Hills was given an official diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder this summer for their youngest, Jonah, it wasn’t necessarily a surprise, but it was still life-changing. 

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Lauderdale ups tobacco purchase age

Arden Hills takes look at age increase this month​

The Lauderdale City Council voted last month to raise the tobacco sales age in the community from 18 to 21, joining more than a dozen Minnesota cities in doing so.

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Little Canada man charged for allegedly firing gun at youth football game


Lemar Eugene Anderson

A Little Canada man who allegedly fired a gun at a youth football game in St. Paul was charged Oct. 29 with a felony and could face up to five years in prison.

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Extra: Hill-Murray takes on musical ‘Newsies’


Solomon Gustavo Hill-Murray School junior and cast member of the school’s production of the musical “Newsies” Kari Lambert used the set printing press during an Oct. 30 rehearsal. The play, about the 1899 newspaper strike, runs at the school weekends through Nov. 19.

Acrobatic dancing, intricate songs and detailed sets are hallmarks of the technically challenging musical “Newsies.”

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Over two years, student paints ‘Last Supper’ mural in school cafeteria


Solomon Gustavo/Review Cretin-Derham Hall sophomore Jessica Lutmer with “The Last Supper” mural she painted on a wall in the cafeteria of St. Peter’s Catholic School in North St. Paul. She began work on the painting while she was an eighth-grader at the school.

“’The Last Supper’ seems apropos for the cafeteria, for eating,” said St. Peter’s Catholic School Principal Alison Dahlman. 

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3 workouts everyone over 60 needs

You want to live the healthiest life possible and you realize that to do so, you can’t rely on the same old exercise routine. You need to change it up and adjust your plans as you grow older.

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5 tips to savvy shopping for next year’s Medicare Prescription Drug Plan

It probably feels like it wasn’t long ago that you enrolled in your current Medicare prescription drug plan, also known as a Part D plan. But time flies, and Medicare open enrollment is here again.

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New Brighton police grab shotgun from stolen car


courtesy of New Brighton Department of Public Safety A New Brighton Department of Public Safety officer handles the shotgun found inside a stolen car on Oct. 28.

After seeing a stolen car on County Road E2 West in New Brighton late on Oct. 28, police stopped the car and ordered those inside to get out. 

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Nov. 8 forum on 2019 Medicare health plan choices is at Roseville Library

 

A forum to help area residents sort through options as they choose a Medicare health insurance plan for 2019 will be held 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

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