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Tuesday, 03/26/19
Gov. Tim Walz is asking for photos of the more egregious potholes in Minnesota as part of his spotlight on infrastructure. An email from his office asks residents to send pothole photos and locations over social media using #MNpotholes. Walz is also on a self-styled “pothole tour” of... + continue reading
Tuesday, 03/26/19
The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf in Mounds View is taking donations for a March food drive that a Twin Cities organization will match. Donations made from Feb. 25 through April 8 will be matched by the Minnesota Foodshare organization, according to a press release from the food shelf. Non-... + continue reading

courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.
Tuesday, 03/26/19
Arts Roseville is set to present the second year of its Featured Artist Program with the Roseville Library beginning next month. The organization, a continuation of the former Roseville Arts Council, will host print and paper artist Diana Eicher on Saturday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to... + continue reading
Tuesday, 03/26/19
Another north suburban community has increased the age at which people can buy tobacco products, joining the area cities that have already done so. The North Oaks City Council voted March 14 to require tobacco buyers in the city to be at least 21 years old. “We’re a small community... + continue reading

Matt Hudson Residents expressed concerns over a zoning change made March 18 by the Shoreview City Council that would allow for a taller cell phone tower in Bucher Park.
Tuesday, 03/26/19
A zoning change approved March 18 by the Shoreview City Council allows for the installation of a 75-foot cell phone tower in Bucher Park. The previous zoning for that type of structure only allowed for a 60-foot tower in the park. The new zoning, called TOD-2, allows for taller towers... + continue reading

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Matt Hudson A major road is planned to cut through the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition site near this southern entrance to the land. Just how development around the road will play out is unclear, as Ramsey County and Arden Hills, partners for the time being in the development, are at loggerheads.

Nick Wosika/St. Rose of Lima Catholic School Principal Sean Slaikeu and Fr. Marc Paveglio were “slimed” March 21 by Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School students to celebrate successful student-led fundraising.

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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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Tuesday, 03/26/19
Ninety-nine years ago, women achieved the right to vote in the United States. Three years later, Alice Paul introduced the Equal Rights Amendment with a rallying declaration: “There’s nothing... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


photos courtesy of Roseville Area Meals on Wheels Roseville City Council member Jason Etten was joined by his father Henry to deliver meals to Barbara and Gerald Anderson.
Tuesday, 03/26/19
March is Meals on Wheels Month and to mark the occasion, the Roseville Area Meals on Wheels program brought in some special guests as delivery volunteers throughout the month. Last year, the... + continue reading

submitted photo After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Ashley Way, a sixth-grade teacher at Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary School on Kennard Street in Maplewood, found students rallying around her with money and support.
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courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Tuesday, 03/26/19
Ninety-nine years ago, women achieved the right to vote in the United States. Three years later, Alice Paul introduced the Equal Rights Amendment with a rallying declaration: “There’s nothing... + continue reading

courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.
03/26/19

Matt Hudson A major road is planned to cut through the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition site near this southern entrance to the land. Just how development around the road will play out is unclear, as Ramsey County and Arden Hills, partners for the time being in the development, are at loggerheads.
03/26/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


submitted photo After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Ashley Way, a sixth-grade teacher at Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary School on Kennard Street in Maplewood, found students rallying around her with money and support.
Tuesday, 03/26/19
Maplewood students rally funds and support for teacher with cancer Upon hearing she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Ashley Way, 36, prepared for the rigours of the chemotherapy necessary to... + continue reading

courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.
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courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.
03/26/2019
Arts Roseville is set to present the second year of its Featured Artist Program with the Roseville Library beginning next month. The organization, a continuation of the former Roseville Arts... + continue reading

Matt Hudson Residents expressed concerns over a zoning change made March 18 by the Shoreview City Council that would allow for a taller cell phone tower in Bucher Park.
03/26/2019
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