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The nonprofit youth organization Tree Trust is currently working on improvements in Swede Hollow Park. It’s building a new observation deck and improving a primitive trail near the creek, work tied to suggestions made during the city’s ongoing process of creating a master plan for the park. (courtesy of City of St. Paul)
Monday, 07/22/19
Look for some improvements at Swede Hollow Park this summer.  The nonprofit organization Tree Trust, which works with youth on conservation projects, is working to improve a primitive trail and construct an observation deck near the creek in the park. Tree Trust began the work... + continue reading

On July 15, Nicholas and Benjamin Footh were given Citizen Lifesaving Awards for their May rescue of a man who had jumped from the Wakota Bridge. (courtesy of TownSquare TV)
Monday, 07/22/19
Two citizens were recognized for their life-saving efforts at the July 15 South St. Paul City Council meeting.  Police Chief Bill Messerich presented Nicholas and Benjamin Footh with Citizen Lifesaving Awards.  Messerich said the Fooths on May 15 at around 3 p.m. were... + continue reading
Monday, 07/22/19
Urban Roots will team up with Picnic Operetta from Mixed Precipitation for a wood-fired pizza and salad night on Thursday, Aug. 8, 4:30 to 8 p.m. at 463 Maria Ave. in Dayton’s Bluff. Mixed Precipitation is a performance company exploring text, space and form with festive theatrical events... + continue reading
Monday, 07/22/19
The hands-free phone bill that was passed in the Legislature this spring goes into effect Aug. 1.  According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the new law allows a driver to use their cell phone to make calls, text, listen to music or podcasts, and get directions, but... + continue reading
Monday, 07/22/19
If you are traveling internationally during the summer, now is the time to enroll in the U.S. Department of State’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP). STEP is a free service that allows U.S. citizens traveling and living abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or... + continue reading

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16-year-old Inver Grove Heights resident Elizabeth Link was in Washington, D.C., from July 8 to 10, as part of the JDRF Children’s Congress. She meet with members of Congress to share what it’s like to live with Type 1 Diabetes and why research funding is critical. Link joined more than 160 youth delegates who meet with some of the top decision-makers in the U.S. government. (photos courtesy Deb Link)

With the City of Mendota Heights’ blessings, a new aquatics center will be built at Henry Sibley High School. Water activities will be moved from Heritage Middle School, the former high school location. (courtesy of City of Mendota Heights)

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

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South West Review


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Monday, 07/22/19
The Ramsey County Fair returned for its 106th year in a row, running July 10-14. Despite intense heat and humidity, plenty of families turned up to enjoy the fair’s midway, check out the petting zoo... + continue reading

The nonprofit youth organization Tree Trust is currently working on improvements in Swede Hollow Park. It’s building a new observation deck and improving a primitive trail near the creek, work tied to suggestions made during the city’s ongoing process of creating a master plan for the park. (courtesy of City of St. Paul)
07/22/19

Roseville - Little Canada


Marjorie Otto photos/Review
Monday, 07/22/19
The Ramsey County Fair returned for its 106th year in a row, running July 10-14. Despite intense heat and humidity, plenty of families turned up to enjoy the fair’s midway, check out the petting zoo... + continue reading
07/22/19 -

Arden Hills Tobacco has been in business in the city for over a decade, located in a strip mall in the 3600 block of Lexington Avenue. The Arden Hills City Council considered exempting it from the city’s new ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products, but ultimately voted against the exemption on July 8. (courtesy of Google Maps)
07/17/19 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Monday, 07/22/19
The hands-free phone bill that was passed in the Legislature this spring goes into effect Aug. 1.  According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the new law allows a driver to use... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 07/22/19
The hands-free phone bill that was passed in the Legislature this spring goes into effect Aug. 1.  According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the new law allows a driver to use... + continue reading
07/22/19 -

An arrest has been made in relation to a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. The fire burned early in the morning on the third floor of the complex, located in the 2800 block of Silver Lane, allegedly set by a woman targeting one of the building’s residents. (courtesy of Google Maps)
07/17/19 -

Bulletin Area


Marjorie Otto photos/Review
07/22/2019
The Ramsey County Fair returned for its 106th year in a row, running July 10-14. Despite intense heat and humidity, plenty of families turned up to enjoy the fair’s midway, check out the petting zoo... + continue reading
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