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Tue
07
May

Suspicious substance prompts large evacuation in Shoreview


submitted photos

Lab results later confirm the envelope’s contents to be a food substance

Tue
07
May

‘61 Ramsey grads, former faculty remain close


From left to right, Harry Kitts, Wes Cochrane, coach Lars Overski, Dave Gehrke and Gene Andreotti. (submitted photo)

How many people can look back on their high school years and remember a favorite teacher or a coach who had a particularly strong influence? Probably a pretty decent number.

Tue
07
May

Dayton appoints Pust as chief administrative law judge


Tammy Pust

Gov. Mark Dayton appointed former Roseville City Councilmember Tammy Pust to replace Raymond R. Krause as chief administrative law judge at the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).

Tue
07
May

Roseville PD says goodbye to Major


Officer John Jorgenson and Major. (submitted photos)

Former Roseville Police K9 Major, who survived a gruesome stabbing on Nov. 12, 2010, was euthanized Tuesday, April 30, at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center.

Mon
06
May

9 East Side stores cited for underage cigarette sales

Par for the course, say investigators

Mon
06
May

Search for Kira Trevino returns to Keller Lake

Law enforcement officials once again searched Keller Lake in Maplewood last week in their investigation of the disappearance of Kira Trevino, 30.

Mon
06
May

Getting sex trafficking victims to safety


Nikki Beasley, director of programming at the sex trafficking victims service Breaking Free, sits in the lobby/living room of Breaking Free in the Midway neighborhood. Beasley said the issue of sex trafficking in the Twin Cities is “bigger than anyone could imagine.” (Patrick Larkin/Review)

With the exposure of an East Side prostitution ring, what type of help is available to young women caught in the middle?

Mon
06
May

WSP police, businesses buddy up to beat shoplifters

Protect a business, and you’ll keep shoplifters in check for a day. Teach a business to protect itself, however, and you can reduce wasted time, increase profitability and head off problems before they start.

Mon
06
May

SSP lays groundwork for downtown redevelopment

South St. Paul officials are leafing through a plan to ensure the resurgence of new life this spring comes for city’s commercial district as well as the foliage.

Mon
06
May

New community health center opens doors


A patient waits to be seen in the spacious waiting area at the East Side Family Clinic. The new clinic is double the size of the former one, and has much more natural light. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

The East Side Family Clinic opened up shop Monday, April 29

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