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Marjorie Otto/Review • A group of about 100 community members gathered at Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center in Dayton’s Bluff and marched to St. Paul City Hall June 20 to protest the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from families after being detained at the U.S. southern border.
Monday, 06/25/18
St. Paul City Council passes resolution against administration policy   Chanting “Keep families together” and “Let the children go,” a group of some 100 marchers trekked from the East Side to downtown St. Paul to protest the Trump administration’s policy of separating children... + continue reading

Marjorie Otto/Review • Construction has finally started on 208 Bates Ave., a historic apartment building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building was a part of the 2016 Vacant Home Tour that was organized by Dayton’s Bluff neighbors to save historic buildings from being torn down.
Monday, 06/25/18
Just over two years ago, six Dayton’s Bluff homes were in the shadow of the wrecking ball. To prevent the destruction of the historic structures, the community rallied together to highlight the homes with hopes that developers would fix them up.  Most of the homes have either been... + continue reading

submitted graphic • The SMART Center will cost an estimated $13.2 million and be located one mile south of Inver Hills Community College, accessible from Highway 52/55 and Interstate 494. The location makes it convenient to first responders from around the state.
Monday, 06/25/18
New crisis training facility receives state funding   It’s something that’s in the news nationwide: police needing training to be better equipped to handle people in crisis.  In May, Gov. Mark Dayton signed the Capital Investment Bill, which included $6.2 million of... + continue reading

submitted photo • From left: Brian Burgemeister, assistant coach, Anna Nickelson (10), Sophie Rubio (12), Kira Johansen (11), Chloe Dobbs (11), Jaycee Rhodes (10), Elizabeth Azar (12), Head Coach Ann Feitl
Monday, 06/25/18
Visitation sophomore Jaycee Rhodes won the Section 4AA Golf Tournament and helped the Visitation Blazers qualify for the Class AA State Tournament held at Ridges at Sand Creek in Jordan, Minnesota on June 12 to 13. At the state tournament, Rhodes led the team with an overall score of... + continue reading

courtesy of City of St. Paul • Forest Street is scheduled to be resurfaced this fall. As a part of the construction, the City of St. Paul is planning to add marked bike lanes on Forest between Maryland Avenue and Margaret Street.
Monday, 06/25/18
Continuing the expansion of St. Paul bike infrastructure, the City of St. Paul is planning to add marked bike lanes on Forest Street between Maryland Avenue and Margaret Street. The city has the street scheduled this fall for a routine resurfacing project, which will also include some... + continue reading

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Marjorie Otto/Review • A group of about 100 community members gathered at Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center in Dayton’s Bluff and marched to St. Paul City Hall June 20 to protest the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from families after being detained at the U.S. southern border.

Marjorie Otto/Review • Construction has finally started on 208 Bates Ave., a historic apartment building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building was a part of the 2016 Vacant Home Tour that was organized by Dayton’s Bluff neighbors to save historic buildings from being torn down.

submitted graphic • The SMART Center will cost an estimated $13.2 million and be located one mile south of Inver Hills Community College, accessible from Highway 52/55 and Interstate 494. The location makes it convenient to first responders from around the state.

courtesy of City of St. Paul • Forest Street is scheduled to be resurfaced this fall. As a part of the construction, the City of St. Paul is planning to add marked bike lanes on Forest between Maryland Avenue and Margaret Street.

submitted photo • From left: Brian Burgemeister, assistant coach, Anna Nickelson (10), Sophie Rubio (12), Kira Johansen (11), Chloe Dobbs (11), Jaycee Rhodes (10), Elizabeth Azar (12), Head Coach Ann Feitl

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

Marjorie Otto/Review • Construction has finally started on 208 Bates Ave., a historic apartment building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building was a part of the 2016 Vacant Home Tour that was organized by Dayton’s Bluff neighbors to save historic buildings from being torn down.
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Marjorie Otto/Review • The building is owned by a co-owner of the former Ward 6 restaurant and has been completely gutted due to water issues. The next steps are to put on a new roof and fix storm water drainage issues.
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file photo • When all is said and done, the building will have four apartments that will be considered affordable housing.
06/25/18 -

submitted graphic • The SMART Center will cost an estimated $13.2 million and be located one mile south of Inver Hills Community College, accessible from Highway 52/55 and Interstate 494. The location makes it convenient to first responders from around the state.
06/25/18 -

South West Review


Marjorie Otto/Review • A group of about 100 community members gathered at Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center in Dayton’s Bluff and marched to St. Paul City Hall June 20 to protest the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from families after being detained at the U.S. southern border.
Monday, 06/25/18
St. Paul City Council passes resolution against administration policy   Chanting “Keep families together” and “Let the children go,” a group of some 100 marchers trekked from the East Side... + continue reading

submitted graphic • The SMART Center will cost an estimated $13.2 million and be located one mile south of Inver Hills Community College, accessible from Highway 52/55 and Interstate 494. The location makes it convenient to first responders from around the state.
06/25/18

Roseville - Little Canada


Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
Wednesday, 06/20/18
As the Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick holds court in his Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church office looking back on his near half century as a priest, one story in particular moves him most. It was the... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo • Some 30-or-so women participated in the first-ever Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office women’s academy in Arden Hills as seen June 12. The free academy, which aimed to inform women about law enforcement careers and to empower them, ran June 11-15.
06/19/18 -

Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
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courtesy of Robert Fitzpatrick • Mother Teresa, front, with the Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick, center right, in 1976.
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Mike Munzenrider • Fitzpatrick with a news clipping from his time as pastor at St. John’s Church of Little Canada. The clipping is about a gift, a Cabbage Patch Priest named Father Seamus Nott — be aware of the Catholic pun.
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Marc Paveglio
06/19/18 -

Solomon Gustavo • An attendee shook hands with St. Anthony Police Capt. Jeff Spies after a June 14 police open house at St. Anthony City Hall. During the event St. Anthony Police Department officials asked the community to engage more with police.
06/19/18 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Aundrea Kinney/Review • During a June 10 visit to Caring for Cats cat shelter in North St. Paul, Tori read the third book in the “Daisy Dreamer” series to Gaheris, a kitten who was new to the shelter. Tori is a participant in a new reading program called Cat Tales, which is designed to help kids with reading and to help shelter cats become comfortable with kids.
Wednesday, 06/20/18
New program promotes reading books to felines When Karen Brown, shelter operations manager at Caring for Cats shelter first came up with the idea of children reading books to cats, she says she... + continue reading

courtesy of City of Maplewood • The Maplewood Police Department presented seven city employees Lifesaving Awards at the June 11 city council meeting. Also, two residents and two White Bear Lake police officers, who assisted in the same medical emergency, were presented Citizen’s Awards. After the awards were distributed, resident Kelley Conway, his wife Caryn and their children posed for a group photo with the Maplewood City Council and the men and women who worked together to safe Conway’s life after he experienced cardiac arrest.
06/20/18

Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
06/20/18

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Aundrea Kinney/Review • During a June 10 visit to Caring for Cats cat shelter in North St. Paul, Tori read the third book in the “Daisy Dreamer” series to Gaheris, a kitten who was new to the shelter. Tori is a participant in a new reading program called Cat Tales, which is designed to help kids with reading and to help shelter cats become comfortable with kids.
Wednesday, 06/20/18
New program promotes reading books to felines When Karen Brown, shelter operations manager at Caring for Cats shelter first came up with the idea of children reading books to cats, she says she... + continue reading

courtesy of City of Maplewood • The Maplewood Police Department presented seven city employees Lifesaving Awards at the June 11 city council meeting. Also, two residents and two White Bear Lake police officers, who assisted in the same medical emergency, were presented Citizen’s Awards. After the awards were distributed, resident Kelley Conway, his wife Caryn and their children posed for a group photo with the Maplewood City Council and the men and women who worked together to safe Conway’s life after he experienced cardiac arrest.
06/20/18 -

Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
06/20/18 -

Bulletin Area


Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
06/20/2018
As the Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick holds court in his Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church office looking back on his near half century as a priest, one story in particular moves him most. It was the... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo • Some 30-or-so women participated in the first-ever Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office women’s academy in Arden Hills as seen June 12. The free academy, which aimed to inform women about law enforcement careers and to empower them, ran June 11-15.
06/19/2018

Mike Munzenrider • The Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick in front of the icon of St. Rose of Lima. Fitzpatrick retires July 1 after 13 years as pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church and six years as pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The priest of 45 years serves a dual role as pastor of both Roseville churches.
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courtesy of Robert Fitzpatrick • Mother Teresa, front, with the Rev. Robert Fitzpatrick, center right, in 1976.
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Mike Munzenrider • Fitzpatrick with a news clipping from his time as pastor at St. John’s Church of Little Canada. The clipping is about a gift, a Cabbage Patch Priest named Father Seamus Nott — be aware of the Catholic pun.
,

Marc Paveglio
06/19/2018

Solomon Gustavo • An attendee shook hands with St. Anthony Police Capt. Jeff Spies after a June 14 police open house at St. Anthony City Hall. During the event St. Anthony Police Department officials asked the community to engage more with police.
06/19/2018
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