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22
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Payne Avenue leaders trying out new strategy to revitalize


Marjorie Otto/Review • A group of local business and property owners, residents and developers, is asking Payne Avenue stakeholders to join in creating a strategy to attract and retain businesses on Payne. The effort is called Payne Avenue Reboot and is based off Main Street America principles for community building.

Business owners, property owners, developers and residents are working to develop a new strategy to continue to revitalize the economy of Payne Avenue and the nearby neighborhood. 

Sun
22
Jul

Bringing a community together through storytelling


Emma Melling

Local student’s podcast recognized by The New York Times

 

Sun
22
Jul

Ground broken for China garden at Lake Phalen


file image • Construction of a replica of the famous Aiwan Pavilion, in Changsha, China, will begin in the next few weeks at Lake Phalen Regional Park, following a July 14 groundbreaking ceremony.

Visitors will be able to watch Chinese craftsmen work in next few weeks

 

Sun
22
Jul

Family of man killed in IGH crash awarded more than $2 million

After more than a year in court, the family of a Cottage Grove man killed in a 2016 Inver Grove Heights crash has been awarded a settlement worth more than $2 million in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the other driver.

Sun
22
Jul

Fire destroys part of Mendakota Country Club


Hannah Burlingame/Review • A July 13 fire destroyed a storage space next to the clubhouse at the Mendakota Country Club, located at 2075 Mendakota Drive in Mendota Heights. Even though the fire damage to the clubhouse was minimal, it’s closed for repairs due to damage from smoke and water.

A fire broke out in the early morning hours of July 13 at the Mendakota Country Club, destroying a storage space off its clubhouse.

Tue
17
Jul

Semitrailer strikes teenage bicyclist in Lake Elmo

A semitrailer ran into a 14-year-old girl who was bicycling in Lake Elmo the morning of July 9. 

Shortly after the accident, the girl was transported to an area hospital with injuries that were not life threatening.

Tue
17
Jul

Oakdale’s Acorn Award program grows


Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • The City of Oakdale recognizes its most beautifully landscaped properties through its annual Acorn Award program. Aundrea Kinney photos/Review

Four properties recognized for landscaping achievements

 

Acorn Awards were once again distributed in Oakdale to the most beautifully landscaped properties in the city. 

Mon
16
Jul

Defibrillator bought by residents saves resident’s life


Solomon Gustavo • Carol Mogren with a picture of her late husband Skip at Cub Foods in New Brighton July 12. Mogren and other New Brighton residents gathered to remember the time in 2006 when Skip was saved from sudden cardiac arrest by a defibrillator at Cub Foods.

New Brighton residents gathered at Cub Foods on Rice Creek Road on July 12, where a plaque commemorating the life, and life-saving event, of Skip Mogren was hung. 

Mon
16
Jul

Swastika sprayed on New Brighton church’s shed


Solomon Gustavo • A swastika, washed off though still barely visible, was sprayed in fire extinguisher powder on a shed next to the community garden at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton sometime over the first weekend in July.

A congregant of Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton reported to the New Brighton Department of Public Safety on July 8 that someone had broken into a shed next to the church’s community garden. 

Mon
16
Jul

Roseville hits brakes on brewpub, zoning changes


Mike Munzenrider • The Roseville City Council blocked, for now, a proposed brewpub in a former service station at the corner of Fairview Avenue and County Road D.

The Roseville City Council said not so fast when it came to zoning changes needed to clear the way for a neighborhood brewpub.

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