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The Slackers won the Class D Championship in action against the Pink Socks during the 40th annual Lake Elmo Jaycees Huff n’ Puff Aug. 14. There were 96 teams participating in the annual Lake Elmo Jaycees Huff n’ Puff Days. + continue reading
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Jack Nemmers tries his skill at “Batter Up” and came close to getting a home run at the fun kid’s games at North Haven Saturday afternoon. Logan Ambright gets a Ninja Turtle face painting out at the North Haven Summer Festival Aug. 13, an event organized by North Haven Church in North St. Paul.... + continue reading
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Visitors look over the vintage aircraft on display. The Experimental Aircraft Association, EEA, Chapter 54 hosted a breakfast and fly-in Aug. 14 in Lake Elmo. The Commemorative Air Force Minnesota Wing planes, one ready for take-off, took part in the EEA54 Aviation Day at Valters Aviation in Lake... + continue reading
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City council members joined the owners Susanna and Ilya Gorodisher for a ribbon cutting of their downtown North St. Paul ice cream and chocolate business. The LUV Ice Cream Café offers scoops of ice cream, made from organic milk and cream, and ‘Nice Cream,’ made from coconut milk. They also sell a... + continue reading
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HealthEast will consolidate scattered specialty clinics HealthEast officially broke ground Aug. 17 on a new, $35 million medical office building across Hazelwood Street from St. John’s Hospital.  The project, which is expected to be completed fall 2017, will consolidate many of the... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 08/24/16
Candidate filing for municipal elections in cities without primaries closed Aug. 16. The following is a rundown of the candidates in the Bulletin area that voters can expect to see on their Nov. 8 general election ballots.   Arden Hills The Arden Hills City Council seats... + continue reading

Shoreview city council members agree that the city’s two websites need upgrading, and especially optimization for mobile devices. A screenshot of the City Hall website as viewed on a computer. Some future updates could change the drop-down menu format and other details.
Wednesday, 08/24/16
The idea that technology moves in rapid strides is something Shoreview officials agree with, particularly when it comes to the city’s online presence. The Shoreview City Council members discussed options for an update to the city’s two websites at their Aug. 15 meeting and unanimously... + continue reading
Wednesday, 08/24/16
City council members joined the owners Susanna and Ilya Gorodisher for a ribbon cutting of their downtown North St. Paul ice cream and chocolate business. The LUV Ice Cream Café offers scoops of ice cream, made from organic milk and cream, and ‘Nice Cream,’ made from coconut milk. They... + continue reading

The Gateway Gold Line BRT Policy Advisory Committee members reviewed new route options in Oakdale and Woodbury at their August 18 meeting. A decision on the preferred route is expected this fall after a robust community engagement process.
Wednesday, 08/24/16
A potential new route for the proposed bus rapid transit Gateway Gold Line was revealed at an Aug. 18 meeting of the Gateway Corridor Commission and Policy Advisory Committee. The Gold Line BRT will provide frequent, all-day service from the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul through the... + continue reading
Wednesday, 08/24/16
Visitors look over the vintage aircraft on display. The Experimental Aircraft Association, EEA, Chapter 54 hosted a breakfast and fly-in Aug. 14 in Lake Elmo. The Commemorative Air Force Minnesota Wing planes, one ready for take-off, took part in the EEA54 Aviation Day at Valters Aviation... + continue reading

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East Side Review

Sunday, 08/21/16
Thursday, July 21 — Wednesday, July 27 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
08/21/16 -

South West Review


The Gerten Brothers booth sold different varieties of tomatoes on July 29 during the Farmers Market in West St. Paul.
Sunday, 08/21/16
Local cities host farmers markets Summer and early fall are the perfect time to stop by local farmers markets for fresh, local ingredients. On Wednesdays until Sept. 28, from 2 to 6 p.m.,... + continue reading

Members and coaches of the Inver Grove Heights Spartans 12U softball team.
08/21/16

Work on the new practice range at Inver Wood Golf Course in Inver Grove Heights began at the beginning of the month by tearing up the current range. The new range will extend into the current parking lot, allowing for an extra 50 yards of range.
08/21/16

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 08/23/16
The new Bell Museum and Planetarium on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota takes shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights, as seen on Aug. 17. The more... + continue reading

Roselawn Cemetery cancelled a planned car show at the cemetery following days of public criticism.
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With its malt-making machines still under plastic and pushed to the front so the rest of the shop can be scrubbed clean, Kiwanis Malts gets ready for another year at the Minnesota State Fair. Run by the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club, money raised by the shop goes towards helping kids.
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At left, incoming North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club president Scott Johnson, and at far right, outgoing president Dale Jensen. Cleaning Kiwanis Malts can make for some cramped quarters — through the run of the fair club members, family and other volunteers will cover some 260 shifts at the shop.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 08/24/16
Ballot now set for Nov. 8 election Candidate filings closed Aug. 16 for cities and school boards that do not hold primaries for the general election.  The following individuals will be on... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


The Gateway Gold Line BRT Policy Advisory Committee members reviewed new route options in Oakdale and Woodbury at their August 18 meeting. A decision on the preferred route is expected this fall after a robust community engagement process.
Wednesday, 08/24/16
A potential new route for the proposed bus rapid transit Gateway Gold Line was revealed at an Aug. 18 meeting of the Gateway Corridor Commission and Policy Advisory Committee. The Gold Line BRT... + continue reading

Bulletin Area

08/24/2016
Candidate filing for municipal elections in cities without primaries closed Aug. 16. The following is a rundown of the candidates in the Bulletin area that voters can expect to see on their Nov. 8... + continue reading

Shoreview city council members agree that the city’s two websites need upgrading, and especially optimization for mobile devices. A screenshot of the City Hall website as viewed on a computer. Some future updates could change the drop-down menu format and other details.
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A screenshot shows how an iPhone displays Shoreview’s City Hall website. Though it’s different from how a desktop computer would display the home screen, it’s also not as easy to maneuver as it could be, according to council members and city staff.
08/24/2016

Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
08/21/2016

Protesters began to gather at the entrance to the community center in St. Anthony Village around 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19. The organizing group -- Justice Occupation for Philando -- said it would wrap up the protest around 4:30 p.m. so that participants could join a protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who was scheduled to make a fundraising stop in Minneapolis that evening. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Alex Cardenas of Mounds View silently holds a sign Aug. 19 in protest of Jeronimo Yanez returning to work as a St. Anthony police officer following the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Philando Castille during a traffic stop last month. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Dane McLain of Minneapolis joins a group protesting officer Jeronimo Yanez's return to work at the St. Anthony Village Community Center. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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One protester approaches a man videoing protesters on his iPad. The recording had been going on for nearly an hour without an obvious end in sight. Through a heated conversation, the man in the car, at first reluctant to talk, eventually indicated that he was recording the protest with intentions to upload it to YouTube or to provide it to RT (Russia Today) news site. The protester, who happened to have some Russian language skills, used them to converse with the motorist. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
08/19/2016
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