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Wed
28
Nov

Over $1,000 raised for Oakdale Elementary kids lunch

The community around Oakdale Elementary School, 821 Glenbrook Ave., have started a GoFundMe page to help kids who don’t have enough money in their lunch accounts. The fundraising effort is also for helping students who may need other supplies.

Wed
28
Nov

Hill Murray announcement: Zero Robotics

Hill Murray is one of two schools in the state participating Zero Robotics competition, a challenging and innovative event coordinated by Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Tue
27
Nov

Roseville PD drills for active shooters


Mike Munzenrider Police Chief Rick Mathwig took instructions Nov. 18 from an instructor during Roseville Police Department active shooter training at Roseville Area High School.

The simulated shotgun blast that crashed through the empty halls of Roseville Area High School the morning of Sunday, Nov. 18, sounded all too real.

Tue
27
Nov

Rice and I-694 interchange project slated for spring


file photo Area elected officials have long sought to replace the outdated Rice Street bridge over Interstate 694. With state funding secured in 2017, work to rebuild the interchange is slated to begin in spring 2019.

Residents of the north suburbs got a break this year from major construction projects on the area’s biggest east/west corridors, though another one is coming up for 2019.

Tue
27
Nov

After 38 years, PJW Automotive closes up shop


Mike Munzenrider Pat Whalen, owner of the former PJW Automotive in New Brighton, which closed for good Oct. 31.

Though PJW Automotive had serviced its last car two weeks prior, the former New Brighton auto shop’s owner, Pat Whelan, was still there Nov. 14, breaking down the business he’d spent half his life building up.

Sun
25
Nov

It was a good time to be in D.C.


Pamela O’Meara photos/Review The Senate confirmation hearings on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court gripped the country in late September. Built in the neoclassical style, the Supreme Court building is sometimes called the Temple of Justice.

My sister Sue and I had been thinking about taking a trip together — maybe to New England for fall colors — but the day after Sen. John McCain’s funeral in Washington, D.C., she suggested we go there instead.

Sun
25
Nov

Inver Grove Heights PD launches new text tip tool


screenshot A new program in Inver Grove Heights allows residents text tips into the police department in a couple easy step.

In a day when technology reigns, the Inver Grove Heights Police Department decided to turn to the devices that are almost always attached to people’s hands to help fight crime.

Sun
25
Nov

Dayton’s Bluff Community Council reflects on year following upheaval

Challenges remain ahead

 

Sun
25
Nov

Inver Grove Heights explores option of barrier free playground


file photo Inver Grove Heights has begun to explore the option of creating a barrier-free playground in Heritage Park. A similarly inclusive, barrier-free playground was recently built by the Madison Claire Foundation in Woodbury.

It could be a busy time for the Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation Commission as it explores the idea of a barrier-free playground. 

Sun
25
Nov

Arden Hills seeks input on TCAAP civic site

Reveal comes as development work stalls

 

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