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Wed
13
Mar

Kwik Trip submits project plans for abandoned Hadley Avenue gas station

Planning commission recommends approval

Tue
12
Mar

‘Sisterhood of War:’ Nurses who served in Vietnam will tell their story


Kim Heikkila’s book “Sisterhood of War: Minnesota Women in Vietnam” focuses on nurses who served during the war. (Vonny Rohloff/Review)

March is Women's History Month, and the Ramsey County Branch Library in Roseville is celebrating it with programs about some of the more interesting aspects of being an American female.
The one that caught my editor's attention was historian Kim Heikkila's talk on her book "Sisterhood of War: Minnesota Women in Vietnam." She knew immediately that I would have a particular interest in the topic since I worked for Special Services in Vietnam during the war. It provided recreation programs for U.S. servicemen.

Tue
12
Mar

RAHS National Merit Finalists announced


Roseville High School’s National Merit Scholar Finalists. Back row from left: Zachary Calkins, Logan Daniels, William Thomas. Front row from left: Jingyang Dong and Katherine Allen. Not pictured: Sammy Shaker and Benjamin Rhee. (submitted photo)

All seven of Roseville Area High School’s (RAHS) National Merit Scholarship semifinalists have been named finalists in the national academic competition.

Tue
12
Mar

Mixed news from St. Paul crime lab for Dakota County

The results are in.
After months of retesting controlled substance results from the St. Paul crime lab, a statement released by the Dakota, Washington and Ramsey county attorneys indicates the lab results weren’t as inaccurate as initially feared.

Tue
12
Mar

SSP approves bid on reader-free utility meters

South St. Paul now has a partner in its plan to replace all utility meters in the city with new radio-equipped models that can transmit data to city employees as they drive by homes.

Tue
12
Mar

Dr. Seuss still motivating readers in local schools


Kaposia staff and students celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday in style. (submitted photo)

Visits from authors and an appearance from the Cat in the Hat made “I Love to Read” month and Dr. Suess’ birthday memorable for students in Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul.

Tue
12
Mar

Creating a community of choice


Lifelong East Side resident Seanne Thomas is ready to help residents invest in their neighborhoods through buying a lot and building a house or rehabbing vacant residences. (submitted photo)

Over 140 houses are currently vacant in a 90-block area on St. Paul’s East Side between Phalen Boulevard and Maryland Avenue. Additionally, there are 96 vacant lots.
Data from a survey, collected in January by the East Side Neighborhood Development Company, forms the backbone of a new initiative launched by the nonprofit organization.

Tue
12
Mar

Director departing Eastside YMCA


Staff at the Eastside YMCA will miss the leadership and kindness of departing executive director Derrick Jaeger, pictured at center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Friday, March 8, marked the last day at the office for the executive director of the St. Paul East Side YMCA.
Derrick Jaeger is stepping aside from his position to assume responsibility at the Hastings facility.

Wed
06
Mar

District 622 approves on-site health clinic

Employees will have access to HealthPartners care providers

Wed
06
Mar

North St. Paul VFW Post 1350 looks to sell building


The North St. Paul VFW Post 1350 is located downtown on Seventh Avenue. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North St. Paul has been home to the Arthur O. Haukland Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1350 since 1934.

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