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Lake Elmo sues neighborhood for use of trails


Hamlet on Sunfish Lake, a neighborhood in Lake Elmo, is at odds with the city over the public use of its trails. (Solomon Gustavo)

The City of Lake Elmo sued the Hamlet on Sunfish Lake neighborhood on Kindred Way for public use of the neighborhood’s trails. 

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Bear shot to death in North St. Paul


A bear found in North St. Paul was deemed an immediate threat and was shot and killed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources April 25. (submitted photo)

After determining a bear that had wandered into North St. Paul to be an immediate safety threat, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources shot and killed the animal April 25. 

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More approvals for school, homes at Roseville armory site


The former National Guard Armory site in Roseville is on its way to becoming a school once again, while four single-family homes are also planned for the site. (file photo)

The Roseville City Council is continuing to help chart the course for the National Guard Armory site in the southeast corner of the city, which is planned to become a Montessori school and four homes.

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Amid building boom, District 623 braces for operating budget cuts


As the Roseville Area School District carries out district-wide facilities improvements backed by a $144 million bond referendum, including an expansion of Roseville Area High School, it’s bracing for a third year of operating budget cuts. (Mike Munzenrider)

The near $70 million worth of construction and upgrades currently underway at Roseville Area High School are apparent to anyone who drives by on Highway 36.

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Building season


Greg Helgeson/Mounds View Public Schools

Members of the Mounds View Public School Board ceremoniously broke ground on April 23 at Edgewood Middle School to celebrate the kick-off of construction season across the district.

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Little Canada looks to increase tobacco purchase age

Little Canada is the latest north suburban community looking to keep tobacco products out of the hands of young people by increasing its tobacco purchase age from 18 to 21.

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Arden Hills sticking to agreed-upon Rice Creek Commons master plan

As Ramsey County seeks revisions to the Rice Creek Commons Master Plan, Arden Hills hopes to move forward with the design both parties initially agreed upon. 

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Joshua Falk


Joshua Falk

Joshua Falk, a New Brighton native and graduate student at the College of Optometry at Western University, was recently awarded a $5,000 scholarship from TLC Laser Eye Centers to help finance his education.

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Reenergizing dementia caregivers topic of Roseville Library talk

Many caregivers for people with dementia at some point feel like they hit a wall — they want to stop, give up, throw in the towel.

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Apr

Going above the call of duty


Retired officer Julie Bishop and officers Dennis Brom, Todd Waters and Derek Kruse were recently honored with awards from two police associations for their actions during a chaotic shootout last July in South St. Paul, during which Waters and Kruse were shot and Bishop was injured. (courtesy of South St. Paul Police Department)

South St. Paul officers recognized

 

On April 12 and 16, a group of South St. Paul police officers, one of whom is now retired, were honored and recognized for their actions last year. 

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