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Mon
06
Aug

New West St. Paul group is working for more equitable city

A new volunteer group has formed in West St. Paul in response to controversies that took place earlier this year in the city. 

Wed
01
Aug

Legacy Run to wheel through North St. Paul

American Legion raising funds for scholarships

 

Wed
01
Aug

Filing begins for school board and municipal seats

The candidate filing period for North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District 622 school board seats and for some Review-area cities’ postitions opened July 31 and runs through Aug. 14. 

Wed
01
Aug

42nd annual Huff n’ Puff Days swings into town


file photo • During the 2017 Lake Elmo Huff n’ Puff weekend, the Lake Elmo Fire Department hosted an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast complete with sausage patties, orange juice and coffee. A pancake breakfast will be offered again this year on Sunday, Aug. 12, from 8 a.m. to noon at Fire Station No. 1, across from Lions Park.

Lake Elmo is the place to be Aug. 9 to 12 for the annual Huff n’ Puff Days, which includes a four-day softball tournament, medallion hunt, pancake breakfast, children’s games and more. 

Tue
31
Jul

Solemn procession

A Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy stood next to her parked squad SUV blocking traffic on Highway 96 in Arden Hills as law enforcement officials and others arrived for Joseph Gomm’s visitation at North Heights Lutheran Church July 25.

Tue
31
Jul

St. Anthony police body cams could be recording this fall


file photo • St. Anthony police officers could begin wearing and using body-worn cameras as soon as this fall, according to Chief Jon Mangseth.

At the July 24 St. Anthony City Council Meeting, St. Anthony Police Chief Jon Mangseth said that police-worn body cameras had been ordered and were on their way. 

Tue
31
Jul

Lauderdale looks to upping tobacco purchase age

Many of Lauderdale’s neighbors have recently turned the city into an island when it comes to tobacco policy.

Tue
31
Jul

New Brighton OKs Pike Lake Kindergarten construction


Solomon Gustavo • At its July 24 meeting, the New Brighton City Council approved construction at the Pike Lake Kindergarten Center on 14th Street in New Brighton. Construction of two classrooms on the back of the building along the parking lot, the area seen above, is set to begin this fall and finish next summer. The project is funded by the $165 million Mounds View School District building bond referendum that passed in November.

Many New Brighton school-aged residents are funneled into the growing Mounds View School District.

Tue
31
Jul

Roseville adopts Rice/Larpenteur vision plan


courtesy of City of Roseville • On July 23 the Roseville City Council adopted the Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue vision plan, which calls for completely updating and revitalizing the area.

Though it gave it good reviews in March, on July 23 the Roseville City Council officially adopted the Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue vision plan that will be used to help guide redevelopment in the area.

Mon
30
Jul

Municipal candidate filing is open

With summer more than halfway over and the August primary looming, candidate filing for municipal races is now open, further setting the stage for Election Day on Nov. 6.

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