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City plans trail work at Indian Mounds Regional Park


The City of St. Paul is planning to improve and alter trails at Indian Mounds Regional Park. Some trails will be removed out of cultural sensitivity due to their proximity to burial mounds. This project differs from the Cultural Landscape Study, a collaboration between the city and indigenous community that’s working to create a more culturally sensitive plan for the park. (courtesy of City of St. Paul)

The City of St. Paul plans to improve and adjust trails at Indian Mounds Regional Park.

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Inver Grove Heights welcomes new police chief


Melissa Chiodo was sworn in May 13 as Inver Grove Heights’ new police chief after being selected from a field of five candidates back in March. (courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights)

A week after starting the job, Melissa Chiodo, the new head officer in charge of the Inver Grove Heights Police Department, was sworn in May 13.

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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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Store owner hangs on, offers space for readers and authors


Paperbacks Plus owner Kathryn Harris with her dog, Mario, also known as Biblio. The store is on North St. Paul’s East Seventh Avenue. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

Store owner hangs on, offers space for readers and authors

 

Every brick and mortar business is in a fight for its life with online retailers. 

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North St. Paul poet brings the raw


Poet Michael Sean Prenosil

As a young guy growing up in Shoreview, Michael Sean Prenosil, 33, felt he couldn’t shake the pressures of old-world, stereotypical masculinity. 

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Maplewood author loves crows, racoons, writing fun stories


Author Tony Ducklow

Tony Ducklow likes to act out the spelling of his last name. 

“It’s duck, low,” he says as he squats and smiles. 

Ducklow also likes pets. Odd pets. As a kid, he kept crows and racoons. 

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Lake Elmo Coffee returns


Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue was shuttered by its previous owners in March, then purchased by new owners Joan and Shane Manzara and reopened in April. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

Lake Elmo’s small town mainstreet charm lies on a sliver of Lake Elmo Avenue. 

The rural downtown is home to a post office, fire station and library. Then, in November 2017, Lake Elmo Coffee opened. 

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