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Wednesday, 05/23/18
For the third year in a row, the North St. Paul City Council presented Community Service Awards to several standout volunteers in the community. This year, at the May 15 city council meeting, four individuals and two groups were recognized for their hard work and achievements. This... + continue reading

file photo • The History Cruze Car Show will be rumbling into North St. Paul on Friday, June 1, for the first time this season and continue on Friday nights through mid September.
Wednesday, 05/23/18
Car show, Relay For Life events are June 1   Although summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, North St. Paul will mark the first of the month as the unofficial start of the season.  June 1 will be an exceptionally busy night in the city with hundreds of antique... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/23/18
In an effort to reduce crowding and be proactive about the area’s growing population, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District 622 has begun planning for remodeling work to be done at two area elementary schools. Christine Osorio, superintendent of District 622, recently... + continue reading
Tuesday, 05/22/18
On the hottest day of the year so far, the Roseville Police Department convened a “Cops and Cones” event at the Dairy Queen on Rice Street in response to a recent string of burglaries and thefts in the area. The May 16 event in southeast Roseville was held so residents could ask... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo • A resident talked about water softening services at the end of New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter’s water update presentation during the New Brighton Community Open House at the New Brighton Community Center May 5. During Lotter’s presentation, he said the city found very low concentrations of lead in some of the city’s tap water.
Tuesday, 05/22/18
After finding a robin’s nest in his New Brighton yard, Jesús Aguirre decided to put up a surveillance camera in order to observe the bird, the nest and, eventually, the hatching of the eggs.  Aguirre said he set up the camera partly because he had one lying around, but primarily... + 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 of Trish Ejnik Photography • The Willmar Lakes Planning Committee was determined to rid Spicer’s Green Lake of 25 inches of late-staying ice ahead of the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
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courtesy of Harry Jebens • Left, Sybil Smith’s May 12 fishing companion Rod Schulter with a largemouth bass, one of the group’s two “lucky” catches — guide John Christianson assisted.
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courtesy of Minnesota Department of Tourism • Gov. Mark Dayton caught three largemouth bass during the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
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courtesy of Sybil Smith • Harry Jebens, Sybil Smith’s other fishing companion and winner of the governor’s banquet centerpice.
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Sybil Smith, contributing writer
05/22/18 -

Hannah Burlingame/Review • It was standing-room-only in a full West St. Paul City Council chambers May 14 as woman after woman stepped up to the podium to speak out in support of Samantha Green and Mayor Jenny Halverson, who speakers said they thought were treated in a sexist way by others on the council.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • May 14’s council meeting also turned into a pad drive. This was in response to tissues and feminine hygiene products being left at Mayor Jenny Halverson’s and Samantha Green’s homes after a tense April city council meeting where Halverson accused her council colleagues of being sexist. The items, 141 pounds worth, according to Green, were donated to Neighbors, Inc. a local nonprofit. Crowdfunding also raised roughly $2,500 that will go towards buying more feminine hygiene products for donation.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • Taylor Spreeman and her mother Sally came out to the May 14 meeting with signs to show their support. Taylor said they wanted people to know that sexism will not be tolerated, especially when it comes from those in elected office.
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05/21/18 -

file photo • The East Yard, a tiny home community that would have been located on an odd strip of land just south of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood at 627 Bush Ave., has been put on hold due to a variety of issues, including pollution remediation and site configuration, among other things.
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courtesy of Loren Schirber • The East Yard tiny home community was the idea of Minneapolis resident and developer Loren Schirber. He planned to build 69 tiny homes, each between 280 to 680 square feet in size, creating a community on a small plot of land just more than 2 acres in size.
05/21/18 -

South West Review


file photo • The History Cruze Car Show will be rumbling into North St. Paul on Friday, June 1, for the first time this season and continue on Friday nights through mid September.
Wednesday, 05/23/18
Car show, Relay For Life events are June 1   Although summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, North St. Paul will mark the first of the month as the unofficial start of the season.... + continue reading

courtesy of Trish Ejnik Photography • The Willmar Lakes Planning Committee was determined to rid Spicer’s Green Lake of 25 inches of late-staying ice ahead of the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
05/22/18

Hannah Burlingame/Review • It was standing-room-only in a full West St. Paul City Council chambers May 14 as woman after woman stepped up to the podium to speak out in support of Samantha Green and Mayor Jenny Halverson, who speakers said they thought were treated in a sexist way by others on the council.
05/21/18

file photo • The East Yard, a tiny home community that would have been located on an odd strip of land just south of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood at 627 Bush Ave., has been put on hold due to a variety of issues, including pollution remediation and site configuration, among other things.
05/21/18

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 05/22/18
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS! Fourth-graders from Emmet D. Williams Elementary School in Shoreview hit Lake Josephine the third week of May to learn the basics of catch-and-release fishing,... + continue reading
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Mike Munzenrider photo • The Roseville Police Department held a “Cops and Cones” event at the Rice Street Dairy Queen May 16.
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Mike Munzenrider photo • Police Chief Rick Mathwig and other department and city leaders came out to discuss neighborhood issues and crime prevention following a May 11 string of burglaries in the southeast Roseville area.
05/22/18 -

Solomon Gustavo • A resident talked about water softening services at the end of New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter’s water update presentation during the New Brighton Community Open House at the New Brighton Community Center May 5. During Lotter’s presentation, he said the city found very low concentrations of lead in some of the city’s tap water.
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05/22/18 -

courtesy of Trish Ejnik Photography • The Willmar Lakes Planning Committee was determined to rid Spicer’s Green Lake of 25 inches of late-staying ice ahead of the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
,

courtesy of Harry Jebens • Left, Sybil Smith’s May 12 fishing companion Rod Schulter with a largemouth bass, one of the group’s two “lucky” catches — guide John Christianson assisted.
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courtesy of Minnesota Department of Tourism • Gov. Mark Dayton caught three largemouth bass during the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
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courtesy of Sybil Smith • Harry Jebens, Sybil Smith’s other fishing companion and winner of the governor’s banquet centerpice.
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Sybil Smith, contributing writer
05/22/18 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 05/23/18
For the third year in a row, the North St. Paul City Council presented Community Service Awards to several standout volunteers in the community. This year, at the May 15 city council meeting, four... + continue reading

file photo • The History Cruze Car Show will be rumbling into North St. Paul on Friday, June 1, for the first time this season and continue on Friday nights through mid September.
05/23/18

Solomon Gustavo • A resident talked about water softening services at the end of New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter’s water update presentation during the New Brighton Community Open House at the New Brighton Community Center May 5. During Lotter’s presentation, he said the city found very low concentrations of lead in some of the city’s tap water.
05/22/18

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 05/23/18
For the third year in a row, the North St. Paul City Council presented Community Service Awards to several standout volunteers in the community. This year, at the May 15 city council meeting, four... + continue reading

file photo • The History Cruze Car Show will be rumbling into North St. Paul on Friday, June 1, for the first time this season and continue on Friday nights through mid September.
05/23/18 -

Solomon Gustavo • A resident talked about water softening services at the end of New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter’s water update presentation during the New Brighton Community Open House at the New Brighton Community Center May 5. During Lotter’s presentation, he said the city found very low concentrations of lead in some of the city’s tap water.
05/22/18 -

Bulletin Area

05/22/2018
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS! Fourth-graders from Emmet D. Williams Elementary School in Shoreview hit Lake Josephine the third week of May to learn the basics of catch-and-release fishing,... + continue reading
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Mike Munzenrider photo • The Roseville Police Department held a “Cops and Cones” event at the Rice Street Dairy Queen May 16.
,

Mike Munzenrider photo • Police Chief Rick Mathwig and other department and city leaders came out to discuss neighborhood issues and crime prevention following a May 11 string of burglaries in the southeast Roseville area.
05/22/2018

Solomon Gustavo • A resident talked about water softening services at the end of New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter’s water update presentation during the New Brighton Community Open House at the New Brighton Community Center May 5. During Lotter’s presentation, he said the city found very low concentrations of lead in some of the city’s tap water.
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05/22/2018

courtesy of Trish Ejnik Photography • The Willmar Lakes Planning Committee was determined to rid Spicer’s Green Lake of 25 inches of late-staying ice ahead of the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
,

courtesy of Harry Jebens • Left, Sybil Smith’s May 12 fishing companion Rod Schulter with a largemouth bass, one of the group’s two “lucky” catches — guide John Christianson assisted.
,

courtesy of Minnesota Department of Tourism • Gov. Mark Dayton caught three largemouth bass during the 2018 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 12.
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courtesy of Sybil Smith • Harry Jebens, Sybil Smith’s other fishing companion and winner of the governor’s banquet centerpice.
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Sybil Smith, contributing writer
05/22/2018
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