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Solomon Gustavo/Review Haus Theory owners Dan and Amanda Evans keep things minimal at their store on Seventh Avenue East in North St. Paul.
Wednesday, 01/23/19
North St. Paul’s Seventh Avenue East, the tchotchke strip, is a collector’s dream.  From functional to decorative, classically timeless to outright goofy, there are finds, small as a fridge magnet to as big as a dresser, for every kind of room.  The many antique shops... + continue reading
Wednesday, 01/23/19
A Juried Art Exhibit called “Seeing God” will open at the Benedictine Center on Jan 30, with a reception for the public from 7 to 8:30 p.m.  At that time, awards totaling $375 will be announced and presented to the top three winners. This exhibit, which runs through March 2,... + continue reading
Wednesday, 01/23/19
There was no hockey in Maplewood City Hall, no brawls, no threats, hurt feelings or missing teeth. The Maplewood City Council started the year without a mayor and down a council member. City Hall has seen its fair share of fireworks over the past couple months, dealing with a couple... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 01/23/19
Judy Lallier and Ty Evans, who are staff at Maplewood Middle School on Holloway Avenue East, and a group of Maplewood Police and Fire staff were recognized by Maplewood City Council with a Lifesaving Award Jan. 14. On Nov. 6 Maplewood Public Safety personnel were dispatched to the... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 01/23/19
Sixth-grader Paige Goehner of Hill-Murray School on Larpenteur Avenue East in Maplewood is competing on the competition cooking how Kids Baking Championship on Food Network. She made it passed round one the first week of January, and advanced to round three Jan. 14. The last episode aired... + 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

courtesy Justin Yunke, U.S. Bank Andrea Bruns and her 4-year-old daughter were selected for a mortgage-free home from Freedom Alliance and U.S. Bank. The pair officially moved into their Inver Grove Heights home Jan. 11.
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courtesy Justin Yunke, U.S. Bank Representatives from U.S. Bank and Freedom Alliance were on hand Jan. 11 to present Bruns a ceremonial key to her home.
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01/21/19 -

Courtesy of the City of St. Paul Both seats for East Side St. Paul City Council wards 6 and 7 are up for election this year. Ward 6 will have a guaranteed new face following former council member Dan Bostrom’s resignation and retirement. In Ward 7, incumbent council member Jane Prince and community organizer Mary Anne Quiroz have announced their intentions to run.
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courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
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South West Review


courtesy Justin Yunke, U.S. Bank Andrea Bruns and her 4-year-old daughter were selected for a mortgage-free home from Freedom Alliance and U.S. Bank. The pair officially moved into their Inver Grove Heights home Jan. 11.
Monday, 01/21/19
With boxes left to unpack, Andrea Bruns is feeling the excitement that every new homeowner feels as they settle in.  For Bruns though, the place is extra special. She was selected to receive... + continue reading

Courtesy of the City of St. Paul Both seats for East Side St. Paul City Council wards 6 and 7 are up for election this year. Ward 6 will have a guaranteed new face following former council member Dan Bostrom’s resignation and retirement. In Ward 7, incumbent council member Jane Prince and community organizer Mary Anne Quiroz have announced their intentions to run.
01/21/19

courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
01/21/19

Marjorie Otto/Review
01/21/19

Roseville - Little Canada

Wednesday, 01/23/19
There was no hockey in Maplewood City Hall, no brawls, no threats, hurt feelings or missing teeth. The Maplewood City Council started the year without a mayor and down a council member. City Hall... + continue reading

file photo Roseville has hired a lobbying firm to help it secure its legislative priorities, including $4.2 million in state bonding for capital improvements at the Roseville OVAL.
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courtesy of Greg Helgeson A high school student worked on part of an ice fishing house at Irondale High School. The project is part of the Mounds View school district’s Pathways to Possibilities program that supports college and workforce prep.
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courtesy of Mounds View Public Schools Students constructed an ice fishing house at Irondale High School recently. The finished product will sit on a trailer and lower itself to the ice for use.
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file photo Citing outdated staffing models that don’t meet demand, Roseville Fire Chief Tim O’Neill has asked the city for nine more full-time firefighters. The increase in staffng could cost up to $1 million a year.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Solomon Gustavo/Review Haus Theory owners Dan and Amanda Evans keep things minimal at their store on Seventh Avenue East in North St. Paul.
Wednesday, 01/23/19
North St. Paul’s Seventh Avenue East, the tchotchke strip, is a collector’s dream.  From functional to decorative, classically timeless to outright goofy, there are finds, small as a fridge... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo/Review Haus Theory owners Dan and Amanda Evans keep things minimal at their store on Seventh Avenue East in North St. Paul.
Wednesday, 01/23/19
North St. Paul’s Seventh Avenue East, the tchotchke strip, is a collector’s dream.  From functional to decorative, classically timeless to outright goofy, there are finds, small as a fridge... + continue reading

Bulletin Area

01/23/2019
There was no hockey in Maplewood City Hall, no brawls, no threats, hurt feelings or missing teeth. The Maplewood City Council started the year without a mayor and down a council member. City Hall... + continue reading

Matt Hudson Roseville police officer Won Chau spoke to a group of Bhutanese refugees during an English language learning class on Jan. 16. The officer has been visiting the group for about a year to take questions about adjusting to life in the United States.
01/22/2019
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