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Tue
03
Sep

Farmers to firefighters: Spring Lake Park- Blaine-Mounds View Fire Department turning 75

The Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View Fire Department has come a long way since 1944, evolving from a group of farmers protecting each other’s homes to roughly 100 full-time staff members and volunteers serving a rapidly growing area. 

Tue
03
Sep

Are you getting enough protein in your diet?

You may have noticed protein bars and shakes popping up at grocery stores or gyms. Coverage of the benefits of protein is all the rage.

Tue
03
Sep

Gil Mros

After ten years of coming close with lesser prizes, Gil Mros won the first place award in the 2019 jelly category at the Minnesota State Fair with his own recipe for Applewood Pointe Rose Petal Jelly.

Tue
03
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: Sign up for Scouting Sept. 19

Parents of boys and girls in grades K-5 can sign their children up for Scouting online today or at one of more than 700 local joining-events taking place at all elementary schools. From 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept.

Tue
03
Sep

Research expert to talk about dementia treatment and prevention

Warren Wolfe

contributing writer

 

Tue
03
Sep

Court orders Arden Hills and Ramsey County into mediation on Rice Creek Commons

Ramsey County and the City of Arden Hills were ordered Aug. 22 into mediation over the Rice Creek Commons development.

Mon
02
Sep

Visiting old Savannah


Homes like these were common sights during a recent visit to Savannah, Georgia. (Pamela O’Meara photos/Review)

Each morning during a visit to Savannah, Georgia, I looked out my hotel window to see First American Baptist Church. 

Mon
02
Sep

Traffic jam was one wild & woolly adventure


Naturalist Kevin Isely with an injured polyphemus moth on his hand outside the Custer State Park Visitor Center. (courtesy of Mary Lee Hagert)

Buffalo, tourists 

get crazy in Custer State Park

 

Mon
02
Sep

Unique theater piece coming to Swede Hollow Park


The cast of “Swede Hollow Ghost Sonata” rehearsed in the park Aug. 24. The unique theater piece will be presented in Swede Hollow Park starting Sept. 14 and will evoke concepts of immigration to serve as a starting point for community dialogue. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

On a recent Saturday morning a group of 20-or-so actors gathered at the edge of Swede Hollow Park for a rehearsal before singing, dancing and tossing old suitcases into Drewry Tunnel.

Mon
02
Sep

Bells that won’t stop ringing


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

On Aug. 27, 1920, women in South St. Paul were the first in the nation to vote under the 19th Amendment, which was ratified a week prior giving women the right to vote.

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