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02
Oct

Work underway on ISD 623 building improvements


Little Canada Mayor John Keis discussed his city’s relationship with Little Canada Elementary School Sept. 12, where students performed a ceremonial groundbreaking on an addition to their school. The event marked the start of construction on a Roseville Area Schools district-wide building improvement plan, made possible by a $144 million bond approved by voters in November 2017. photo: Mike Munzenrider

Summer stuck around just long enough for students to break ground on an addition to Little Canada Elementary School on a warm Sept. 12 afternoon.

Tue
02
Oct

$30,000 loss: Thieves take New Brighton church’s solar panels


More than a dozen solar panels were stolen from the roof of United Church of Christ in New Brighton sometime in early September. The church said the total loss was around $30,000. Congregants first noticed something was wrong when they continued to find metal and wires around the church. photo Solomon Gustavo

After a few days of congregants and staff at United Church of Christ in New Brighton finding metal and wiring laying around the church, they discovered Sept. 6 that more than a dozen solar panels had been taken from the church’s roof.

Tue
02
Oct

SNAPSHOT: St. Charles school honored for work against bullying


St. Anthony’s St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School was honored Sept. 9 at Target Field prior to the Twins playing the Kansas City Royals with three other schools. St. Charles received PeaceMaker Minnesota’s Commitment to Excellence Award for improving its score in the organization’s bullying survey. submitted photo
Mon
01
Oct

Hansen Park set to reopen in October after long reconstruction


Richard Pisa and Perry Martin, along with other Hansen Park neighbors, feel the the city has ignored their concerns during the years-long construction at Hansen Park. Along with their law signs, Pisa and Martin and other neighbors started a petition and say it has hundreds of signatures. photo Solomon Gustavo

Years of construction work at Hansen Park are set to finish up in October, said New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter, and the conclusion can’t come soon enough for some park neighbors.

Mon
01
Oct

Fair brings more than 2 million to Falcon Heights


The 2018 Minnesota State Fair broke numerous attendance records, including for a single day and the fair’s overall run. file photo

The Minnesota State Fair, in recent years, has had a habit of breaking its own attendance records, and 2018 was no exception.

Mon
01
Oct

Photographer and filmmaker tells ‘A Roseville Story’


Bob Murphy in his Roseville home studio. photo courtesy of Bob Murphy

How does a place influence the person?

For mixed media artist Bob Murphy, a lifelong Roseville resident save for a stint in the U.S. Army, the question of location affects an individual’s entire outlook.

Mon
01
Oct

New Brighton petitioners force vote on election year change

Just as she promised after the election loss that ended her 12-year tenure on the New Brighton City Council, Gina Bauman is working to stop the council’s latest attempt to move city elections from odd to even years. 

Mon
01
Oct

Arden Hills mayor running unchallenged


Arden Hills Mayor David Grant stands next to a crane being used by a construction crew on Lexington Avenue. He is running unopposed for a third term this fall. photo: Solomon Gustavo

David Grant has been on the Arden Hills City Council since 2000 and has been mayor since 2010. 

Two terms in, Grant filed to run for a third, and in August, the filing deadline passed without anyone else joining the race. 

Tue
11
Sep

Milwaukee in April: Bites, bikes and a blizzard


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)

Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food and City Tours.

Tue
04
Sep

Photo installation inspired by ‘The Giver’ urges viewers to see beyond


“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja

Through photography, Sarah Lilja, an emerging artist from Maplewood, tries to capture the beauty in the world that many times others pass by without noticing. 

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