Part of the proposed Highway 110 project includes removing the right-in/right-out of Dakota Drive onto Highway 110 near Lexington Avenue. (submitted graphic)
Sunday, May 1, 2016
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The Mendota Heights City Council granted municipal consent on April 19 for the Minnesota Highway 110 project slated to begin next spring.  However, the consent was given after two public hearings in which businesses owners and Mayor Sandra Krebsbach voiced their opposition to aspects of the... + continue reading

Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, May 1, 2016
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Some teachers don’t choose teaching; teaching chooses them. St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School teacher Krista Welle knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was growing up. “I just always remember wanting to be a teacher,” Welle says. She remembers admiring her own teachers and thinking she... + continue reading

The newly elected board members, from left to right, are Maychy Vu, Mark Dawkins, Charles Dexter, Marny Xiong, Athena Hollins, Ploua Yang, Eric Foster and Valentine Awasom. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
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The number of candidates far exceeded the expectations of many of the staff and board members of the Payne-Phalen District Five Planning Council at the April 26 annual meeting held at the Arlington Hills Community Center. The annual meeting is held to review the council’s achievements throughout... + continue reading

From left to right, St. Paul Police Chief Tom Smith, Ray Widstrand, Assistant Chief Kathy Wuorinen, Linda Widstrand, Peter Widstrand, Joyce Edmondson, Hugh Edmondson and Alice Johnson. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
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Ray Widstrand does not remember the night he was brutally and randomly attacked on the East Side. However, Tanikqwa Givins has vivid memories from the warm summer evening when she came to the aid of a young man being senselessly attacked by a group of teenagers. At a St. Paul police award... + continue reading

The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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The residents of nearly 100 homes in St. Anthony were told Wednesday that they would have to pack up and leave within a year's time. According to the owners of Lowry Grove, LLP, a trailer park located off the 2500 block of Lowry Avenue N.E., the property is being sold to a developer. The... + continue reading

Part of the proposed Highway 110 project includes removing the right-in/right-out of Dakota Drive onto Highway 110 near Lexington Avenue. (submitted graphic)

Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

The newly elected board members, from left to right, are Maychy Vu, Mark Dawkins, Charles Dexter, Marny Xiong, Athena Hollins, Ploua Yang, Eric Foster and Valentine Awasom. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

From left to right, St. Paul Police Chief Tom Smith, Ray Widstrand, Assistant Chief Kathy Wuorinen, Linda Widstrand, Peter Widstrand, Joyce Edmondson, Hugh Edmondson and Alice Johnson. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)

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From left to right, St. Paul Police Chief Tom Smith, Ray Widstrand, Assistant Chief Kathy Wuorinen, Linda Widstrand, Peter Widstrand, Joyce Edmondson, Hugh Edmondson and Alice Johnson. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, 05/01/16
Ray Widstrand does not remember the night he was brutally and randomly attacked on the East Side. However, Tanikqwa Givins has vivid memories from the warm summer evening when she came to the aid of a young man being senselessly attacked by a group of teenagers. At a St. Paul police... + continue reading

The newly elected board members, from left to right, are Maychy Vu, Mark Dawkins, Charles Dexter, Marny Xiong, Athena Hollins, Ploua Yang, Eric Foster and Valentine Awasom. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, 05/01/16
The number of candidates far exceeded the expectations of many of the staff and board members of the Payne-Phalen District Five Planning Council at the April 26 annual meeting held at the Arlington Hills Community Center. The annual meeting is held to review the council’s achievements... + continue reading

Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, 05/01/16
Some teachers don’t choose teaching; teaching chooses them. St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School teacher Krista Welle knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was growing up. “I just always remember wanting to be a teacher,” Welle says. She remembers admiring her own teachers and... + continue reading
Sunday, 05/01/16
SSP alumna Allie Paulson creates scholarship to help dancers pursue dreams When Allie Paulson was looking into college scholarships her senior year, she didn’t see any for students who participated in dance. “There was almost a scholarship for everything but dance, down to even... + continue reading

Part of the proposed Highway 110 project includes removing the right-in/right-out of Dakota Drive onto Highway 110 near Lexington Avenue. (submitted graphic)
Sunday, 05/01/16
The Mendota Heights City Council granted municipal consent on April 19 for the Minnesota Highway 110 project slated to begin next spring.  However, the consent was given after two public hearings in which businesses owners and Mayor Sandra Krebsbach voiced their opposition to... + continue reading

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Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
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Leilani Holmstadt of Cottage Grove announced her plans to run for the open state Senate District 54 seat on April 23, two days after receiving the Republican Party endorsement for the seat. “I... + continue reading

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Xcel Energy power connections are needed to finish quiet zone work at the Jerrold Avenue railroad crossing in Shoreview and another crossing in Little Canada. Houses sit fewer than 50 feet from the Jerrold crossing, where trains are still required to sound their whistles until the quiet zone is in place. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
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Railroad quiet zones expected to be complete in June Some two years after the Legislature set aside $2 million to create railroad quiet zones in Little Canada and Shoreview, the loud train... + continue reading

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From top to bottom: An Eastern bluebird is spotted in the Oakdale Nature Preserve. Oakdale crews clear wood, sending it through the chipper for new wood chip pathways. Construction continues on the... + continue reading

Seniors often drink at home to cope with pain, loss and loneliness. (photo illustration by Linda Baumeister)
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From top to bottom: An Eastern bluebird is spotted in the Oakdale Nature Preserve. Oakdale crews clear wood, sending it through the chipper for new wood chip pathways. Construction continues on the... + continue reading

Seniors often drink at home to cope with pain, loss and loneliness. (photo illustration by Linda Baumeister)
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The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
04/27/2016
The residents of nearly 100 homes in St. Anthony were told Wednesday that they would have to pack up and leave within a year's time. According to the owners of Lowry Grove, LLP, a trailer park... + continue reading
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