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History in the now


Ben Greilanger

Local photographer highlights St. Paul’s past

 

East Sider Ben Greilanger spent much of the past spring and summer taking pictures around St. Paul. 

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Construction of Swede Hollow overlook postponed until spring


courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.

While construction on an overlook near the Payne Avenue and Bedford Street intersection was planned to take place in this fall, the project has been postponed until spring.

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SNAPSHOT: Santa gets a little help this year

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (photos courtesy of West St. Paul Police Department) 

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South St. Paul sets 2018 budget

The end of the year means cities finalize their budgets for the coming year. At its Dec. 4 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council approved its 2018 budget and property tax levy, as well as the city’s 2018-2022 capital improvement plan.

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Mendota Heights approves 7.5 percent property tax increase

At its Dec. 5 meeting, the Mendota Heights City Council unanimously approved the final 2018 budget and property tax levy.

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South-West Review police reports published December 10, 2017

South-West Review police reports published December 3, 2017 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

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Mendota Heights resident Dr. Elie Gertner named 2017 Charles Bolles Bolles-Rogers Award recipient.


Submitted photo • Dr. Chris Johnson, left, chair of the Twin Cities Medical Society Foundation, presented the 2017 Charles Bolles Bolles-Rogers Award to Dr. Elie Gertner at the end of November.

Mendota Heights resident Dr. Elie Gertner, doctor of internal medicine/rheumatology, associated with Regions Hospital received the 2017 Charles Bolles Bolles-Rogers Award by the Twin Cities Medical Society Foundat

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Two Henry Sibley seniors named top youth volunteers


From left, Quan Dang, Principal Ron Monson and Katherine Atkins.

Henry Sibley High School named senior Katherine Atkins of St. Paul and sophomore Quan Dang of West St. Paul as its top youth volunteers of the year.

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Phalen Creek may soon see some daylight


courtesy of Inter-Fluve • A technical study conducted by Inter-Fluve on behalf of the Lower Phalen Creek Project looked at two areas where Phalen Creek could be brought back above ground, or “daylighted.” The areas, which on themap are identifed as “Reach 7” and “Reach 5,” were determined based on geology, topography, soil quality and land usage, among other factors.

When the Lower Phalen Creek Project was established in 1997, it was created in order to plan a project to “daylight” Phalen Creek.

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Mendota Heights apartment complex gets final approval


Hannah Burlingame/Review • While the sign still stands, the site of the former Mendota Motel off Highway 13 in Mendota Heights is a blank slate for a new apartment development.

City is sued over project

 

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