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Wednesday, 04/24/19
A Weekend Hermitage Have you ever wondered what being a hermit would feel like? The Benedictine Center is offering a weekend “Hermitage Retreat” from Friday, April 26, thru Sunday, April 28. The $150 cost includes lodging and meals. A $25 cost is for Saturday only. According to Sam... + continue reading
Wednesday, 04/24/19
Inquiring minds   Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here is one of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.   Q. What is the longest running program on television? A. Over 70... + continue reading
Wednesday, 04/24/19
Last week on one of the first fully nice days of the year, I thought I’d do a little walking on Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul. I was looking for the simple joy of a stroll on a nice day down a classic main street with plenty of storefronts to peruse. Heading up Seventh toward... + continue reading
Wednesday, 04/24/19
Interim city manager made permanent, new interim fire chief    North St. Paul lifted the “interim” tag from its city manager, further solidifying the city’s administration.  At the April 16 North St. Paul City Council meeting, Scott Dudeck was locked in as... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 04/24/19
Members of the Friends of Lake Elmo Library, a nonprofit that promotes literacy, donated 40 nature-related books to the Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center in Lake Elmo. From left are Emily O’Connor, Roger Kapsner, Rosemary Meier, Connie Kirk, Paul Ryberg and Becky Tenpas. Front and... + continue reading

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

Marjorie Otto/Review Ground was broken during a thundery and snowy April 11 for a new development at the Phalen Village shopping area.
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courtesy of Paster Properties The new development will include an Aldi grocery store and an Entira health clinic, which will be moving down the street from its Maryland Avenue location.
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courtesy of Paster Properties The development will also include a woonerf — a Dutch-style open plaza — along Rose Avenue. Part of Rose Avenue will be able to be closed to vehicle traffic for community events, like weekly food truck fairs.
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photos courtesy of Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation
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photos courtesy of Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation
04/22/19 -

South West Review

Wednesday, 04/24/19
Last week on one of the first fully nice days of the year, I thought I’d do a little walking on Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul. I was looking for the simple joy of a stroll on a nice day down a... + continue reading

photos courtesy of Mary Lee Hagert/Review The South Carolina statehouse in downtown Columbia withstood the Union army cannon fire during the Civil War and still has visible damage from the bombardment by Sherman’s troops. Loblolly pines and cypress trees tower over the swamp boardwalk at Congaree National Park.
04/22/19

Roseville - Little Canada


Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
The Roseville City Council was updated April 15 about planned safety improvements to a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue where two pedestrians were killed in a single crash earlier this year. ... + continue reading

Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.
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courtesy of City of Mounds View A mock-up of what a future hotel on the Skyline property might look like; Mounds View officials are committed to using the majority of the site for lodging.
04/23/19 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 04/24/19
Interim city manager made permanent, new interim fire chief    North St. Paul lifted the “interim” tag from its city manager, further solidifying the city’s administration. ... + continue reading

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04/24/19

Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
04/23/19

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
04/23/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 04/24/19
Interim city manager made permanent, new interim fire chief    North St. Paul lifted the “interim” tag from its city manager, further solidifying the city’s administration. ... + continue reading

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04/24/19 -

Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
04/23/19 -

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
04/23/19 -

Bulletin Area


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
04/23/2019
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
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courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation Larpenteur Avenue’s four- to three-lane conversion will create a center left-turn lane while reducing traffic in both directions to a single lane. The change will take place this summer between Dale and Rice streets.
04/23/2019

Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.
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courtesy of City of Mounds View A mock-up of what a future hotel on the Skyline property might look like; Mounds View officials are committed to using the majority of the site for lodging.
04/23/2019
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