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20
Jun

North St. Paul cat shelter finds win-win for cats and kids


Aundrea Kinney/Review • During a June 10 visit to Caring for Cats cat shelter in North St. Paul, Tori read the third book in the “Daisy Dreamer” series to Gaheris, a kitten who was new to the shelter. Tori is a participant in a new reading program called Cat Tales, which is designed to help kids with reading and to help shelter cats become comfortable with kids.

New program promotes reading books to felines

Mon
18
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: A wheely bit of training

Staff members at West St. Paul's Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet Elementary School, along with summer school volunteers, participated in BikeMN's Walk! Bike! Fun! Ambassador program on June 11.

Mon
18
Jun

More businesses set to fill ‘old 3M site’


submitted photo • Vomela will be building a roughly 300,000-square-foot building on the vacant lot near the corner of Arcade Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The company does “large format printing,” meaning it prints things like signs for retail stores or decals for fleet vehicles.

Beacon Bluff, also known as the “old 3M site” to most East Siders, is going to look a lot different by the end of the year. 

Mon
18
Jun

Embattled appointee confirmed to West St. Paul Planning Commission

Vocal women report finding screws in tires

 

Mon
18
Jun

Nonprofit collaboration makes East Side employment easier

Marjorie Otto

news editor

 

To make it easier to connect employees with East Side employers, nearly a dozen nonprofits are working together in a network to share resources, rather than compete. 

Mon
18
Jun

Do not sound the horns


courtesy of the City of Inver Grove Heights • Three railroad crossings in the Concord neighborhood will become quiet zones, where conductors are no longer required to sound their horns, in order help improve quality of life in the area, following a June 11 Inver Grove Heights City Council vote. A crossing in the 105th Street neighborhood could become a quiet zone if the city can find help in funding the roughly $250,000 worth of work required for the designation.

Several Inver Grove Heights railroad crossing to become quiet zones

 

It’s a sound not many people welcome in the early morning hours: train horns. 

Mon
18
Jun

South-West Review police reports published June 17, 2018

South-West Review police reports published June 17, 2018 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Wed
13
Jun

Kaposia Days 2018

    Kaposia Days 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Mon
11
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Rain can’t stop the art

Art in the Hollow, the art festival that takes place annually on the first Saturday in June in Swede Hollow Park, has a mantra of taking place rain or shine.

Mon
11
Jun

Eastview Rec to get a little community flair


submitted photo • Community leaders are helping to create a mural on the northwest and southwest walls of Eastview Recreation Center. The concept of the mural is flowing rivers, particularly the Mekong, Rio Grande and Mississippi, representing the different cultures of the neighborhood. Within the rivers there will be painted fish, which neighbors are asked to help design and paint.

In an effort to turn a drab wall into a community connection, a number of community partners are coming together to create a mural at the Eastview Recreation Center. 

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