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11
Sep

Police remember late officer Richard Crittenden 10 years later

Coworkers of late North St. Paul police officer Richard Crittenden are remembering his life this month. September marks ten years since he was fatally shot while on duty. 

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11
Sep

Oakdale Bark Park: ‘It is really, truly open!’


Judy and Jack McDonald enjoyed the newly reopened Bark Park with their rescue dog, Cobalt. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Neighbors and their dogs are reveling in a newly reopened dog park after a summer without it.

Wed
11
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Free for all


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

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.

Wed
11
Sep

Lake Elmo beekeeper wins big


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

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.

Wed
11
Sep

SNAPSHOTS: That’s a wrap: Minnesota State Fair’s 160th summer in photos


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)
Wed
11
Sep

L.M.N.O.P.

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. 

Tue
10
Sep

Rose Schaffhausen


Rose Schaffhausen

The Wasson Humanitarian Award will be given to Rose Schaffhausen, of Cherrywood Pointe in Roseville, for her fundraising and care to children of poverty, abandonment and neglect in nine Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Tue
10
Sep

CenturyLink cutting cord on cable TV in north suburbs

CenturyLink is pulling out of the cable TV business in the north suburbs, leaving Comcast as the sole hard-wired television option.

Tue
10
Sep

Roseville driver charged for January crash that killed 2 pedestrians

A 61-year-old Roseville man was charged Sept. 5 in connection with a January crash involving two vehicles in southeast Roseville that killed two pedestrians as they attempted to cross Larpenteur Avenue.

Tue
10
Sep

Change to Arden Hills public inquiry process prompts questions of freedom of speech

A recent condition placed on the public comment period at Arden Hills City Council meetings, prompted by a desire on the part of the city to protect itself during ongoing litigation, has led to questions about freedom of speech. 

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