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25
Feb

Fight continues to cut into Robert Street price tag

Bills introduced by local lawmakers to offset West St. Paul’s costs

Mon
25
Feb

East Side legislators sit down for community town hall

More than a month into the legislative session, East Side legislators held a town hall with community members to talk about priorities at the Minnesota Capitol and to hear what constituents had to say.

Mon
25
Feb

Investing in transit for future generations

A budget can serve as a roadmap to a person’s values and priorities.  

Mon
25
Feb

South St. Paul council approves study to look at transferring library to county system


file photo South St. Paul has initiated a study that will look at transfering the city-owned and operated library to the Dakota County Libraries system.

The South St. Paul City Council unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with Dakota County on Feb. 19 to study transferring the South St. Paul Library to the county system.

Wed
20
Feb

3-member Maplewood council appoints 2 to fill vacancies


screenshot After being interviewed by the three-member Maplewood City Council, longtime residents Sylvia Neblett (pictured) and William Knutson were sworn in to fill two council vacancies on Feb. 11.

The Maplewood City Council appointed two new members at its Feb. 11 meeting. 

Wed
20
Feb

Oakdale approves tobacco licence moratorium

City to study its approach to tobacco sales 

 

Following an Oakdale Police Department recommendation, on Feb. 12 the Oakdale City Council approved a yearlong moratorium on planning and licensing tobacco stores. 

Wed
20
Feb

Little Angels, big heart


Submitted photo

Little Angels preschool students from Guardian Angels Church on Fourth Street North in Oakdale walked down Fourth to give seniors valentines at Oak Meadows Senior Living on Feb. 14.

Tue
19
Feb

Rift deepens over TCAAP development

Ramsey County gives Arden Hills deadline on mediation 

 

Tue
19
Feb

Painting a caring community

Fourth-grade students at Falcon Heights Elementary are painting a mural in their school’s lunchroom based on the theme of “Cultivating a Caring Community.”

Tue
19
Feb

Teachers will take lessons to Haiti for spring break


courtesy Dan Wenkel Students at the Have Faith Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, take part in science lessons led by visiting Twin Cities educators.

Three educators will spend their spring break teaching art and science to kids in a Haitian orphanage.

With them will be six bins, 18 gallons each, filled with science and art supplies.

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