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Series about memory care housing starts July 11 at Roseville Library

Among the biggest issues facing people with memory loss and their families is if — or when, or where — to move when their current housing no longer fits their needs.

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02
Jul

40-year tradition carries on through Los Alegres Bailadores

Mexican folkloric dance group performing at Ramsey County Fair

Becky Moran Cusick has practiced traditional Mexican dance all her life, starting out as a student and now teaching others. 

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02
Jul

March for the Roses

Following a brief rain shower, the Rose Parade on June 24 was all fun in the sun.

Tue
02
Jul

Arden Hills tavern celebrating 60 years


Welsch’s Big Ten Tavern moved to its spot along Highway 10 in Arden Hills in 1959. Current fourth-generation family owner Jack Welsch took over from his father shortly after in 1965 and has been running the business ever since. (courtesy of Google Maps)

Welsch’s Big Ten Tavern is celebrating 60 years in Arden Hills and will be commemorating its anniversary with a pig roast on July 13. 

Mon
01
Jul

Making the most out of the longest day of the year


photos courtesy of Harland Hiemstra/Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Nearly 500 community members celebrated the summer solstice June 21 by getting out to Keller Regional Park, where the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources hosted its “Take Aim at Summer Fun” event.

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01
Jul

St. Paul PD pumps up its traffic unit to deal with distracted driving


As the St. Paul Police Department increases the staffing of its Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Unit to combat distracted driving crashes, the department is also continuing its Stop for Me education events. During the events — which take place at problematic intersections flagged by neighbors — police officers and citizens cross the road, educating both drivers and pedestrians about laws and expectations. (courtesy of Stop for Me)

With four fatal pedestrian crashes already this year in the city, the St. Paul Police Department is working to crack down on distracted drivers while helping out pedestrians.

Mon
01
Jul

‘Whereas June 2019 is Pride Month ...


A resident showed up to the June 24 West St. Paul City Council meeting to show their support for a proposed proclamation officially recognizing June as Pride Month in the city. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

City, PD for first time recognize the month

 

On June 28, 1969, people rioted after a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City. 

Mon
01
Jul

Stepping up to create a clean energy future

The science is clear: carbon emissions sent into the atmosphere from a variety of human sources threaten to upend our economy, our health, our national security, and our very way of life. 

Mon
01
Jul

Dodge Nature Center working to improve energy usage

Dodge Nature Center’s mission statement says its goal is “providing exceptional experiences in nature through environmental education,” and the West St. Paul-based nonprofit is working to make sure it lives up to that ideal.

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01
Jul

Celebrate Independence Day

Here’s a list of area Fourth of July celebrations​

 

Minnesota Historical Society

Summit Avenue Walking Tour

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