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South St. Paul man sentenced again for fatal stabbing


Thomas Luby

A South St. Paul man was sentenced May 13 for the 2015 killing of his girlfriend.

Thomas Michael Luby was sentenced to 28 years in prison for stabbing to death his girlfriend, 45-year-old Kelly Ann Anderson, in August 2015.

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South St. Paul pauses development applications


The South St. Paul City Council approved an interim ordinance May 6 that temporarily prohibits applications for development in an area referred to as the Hardman Triangle, located off Concord Street. The move comes as the city seeks to conduct a study for future land use of the area. (courtesy City of South St. Paul )

Seeks to study land use in Hardman Triangle

 

The South St. Paul City Council on May 6 put a temporary hold on development applications for the Hardman Triangle while the city studies the area.

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Bipartisan legislation would help fight senior fraud


Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar

It all started a few years ago when a Duluth native received a seemingly innocent phone call asking questions about her family and retirement plan. 

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Beware of people pretending to be from social security

Social Security Administration

 

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South-West Review police reports published May 20th, 2019

South-West Review police reports published May 20th, 2019 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

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May

Elder law attorney offers tips on helping caregivers prepare for future issues

For caregivers helping older or frail relatives, preparing for future needs can be almost as stressful as providing day-to-day help with feeding, dressing, bathing, medications and loving socialization.

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May

Ramsey County sues Arden Hills over TCAAP


The Rice Creek Commons development will cover 427 acres of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition plant, on land in Arden Hills that is currently owned by Ramsey County. (file photo)

County wants out of joint powers agreement

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May

Henry Sibley boys hockey team awarded grant


This post showing the Henry Sibley Warriors boys hockey team volunteering in its community scored the team new sticks from CCM Hockey. (courtesy of Henry Sibley hockey on Instagram)

The Henry Sibley High School boys hockey team was awarded an equipment grant from gear maker CCM Hockey. 

Hayden Dietz, a 10th-grader, said he heard about the grant from a social media post made by the company.

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May

Karibu celebrates grand opening


Karibu Grocery and Deli, located at 719 Payne Ave., celebrated its official grand opening May 3, after a soft opening this past fall. The new business is run by the Ali family, East African community members who have lived in the Railroad Island neighborhood for some 20 years. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

After a soft opening last fall, Karibu Grocery and Deli celebrated its official grand opening on May 3, recognizing all who were involved in the process of making the business happen.

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St. Paul working on climate change resilience plan; seeks feedback


The City of St. Paul is working on a draft Climate Action and Resilience plan to help prepare it for extreme weather events and to make the city carbon neutral by 2050. A part of the plan identifies neighborhoods and communities in the city that are at various risk levels of vulnerability to climate change. (courtesy of City of St. Paul)

To prepare for climate change and to curb its impact on the environment, the City of St. Paul is creating a draft Climate Action and Resilience plan. 

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