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Wed
20
Mar

New Brighton students rally against tobacco at Capitol


submitted photo From left, Elena Parlin, Aimee Causey-Mullaney, Raniya Yimam, Elsa Ralston, Heidi Steiniger, Rep. Connie Bernardy (DFL-New Brighton), Molly Gombold, Jessica Olson, Charlotte Wise, Susan Olson, Annika Fabian and Lindsey Fabian. The young people met with Bernardy to encourage her to support tobacco use prevention legislation this session.

A group of eighth-grade students from New Brighton’s Highview Middle School joined nearly 400 youth and public health advocates from across Minnesota on Feb.

Mon
18
Mar

Payne Avenue home explosion determined to be accidental


courtesy of the St. Paul Fire Department The home at 672 Payne Ave. was leveled Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving, by an explosion that could be heard and felt across east metro communities. Fire department investigators said the explosion, which killed the 80-year-old man who lived in the home, was likely caused by a gas leak.

Investigators say most likely due to natural gas leak 

 

Mon
18
Mar

Harding High School choir part of Mexican composer residency


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Students helped compose new song to be premiered at Ordway

 

Mon
18
Mar

Ramsey County opts to end development relationship with Arden Hills

Ramsey County called for the dissolution of a joint powers agreement with Arden Hills, which could remove the city from development planning for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site.

Mon
18
Mar

Ramsey County supports Equal Rights Amendment

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution supporting the Equal Rights Amendment efforts happening at the state Capitol.

Fri
15
Mar

Lake Elmo approves 300-unit apartment plan, braces for higher-density future

The Lake Elmo City Council approved preliminary plans for a 300-unit apartment complex at its Feb. 19 meeting.

Fri
15
Mar

Fatal freak accident temporarily closes 694 in Oakdale


courtesy of Washington County Washington County’s Hadley Avenue/Highway 36 interchange redesign aims to alleviate congestion from traffic going to and from popular Oakdale places like Marcus Cinema. Construction will begin at the end of the month and run through 2020.

A semi driver’s load broke through his cabin and killed him while on Highway 694. 

Nelson Masse, 26, was driving south on I-694 in Oakdale hauling a load of steel beams during the late morning hours of March 2. 

Fri
15
Mar

Highway 36 interchange construction begins in Oakdale


courtesy of Washington County Washington County’s Hadley Avenue/Highway 36 interchange redesign aims to alleviate congestion from traffic going to and from popular Oakdale places like Marcus Cinema. Construction will begin at the end of the month and run through 2020.

Washington County’s plan to alleviate congestion at the intersection of Hadley Avenue and Minnesota Highway 36 in Oakdale with an overpass bridge and interchange ramps will begin construction at the end of March. 

Fri
15
Mar

Local school nutrition supervisor represents in Washington, D.C.


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North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District nutrition services supervisor Paula Pohlkamp represented the Minnesota School Nutrition Association at the 47th Legislative Action Conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 24-26.

Tue
12
Mar

Snow blows: With record February snow, city crews are working overtime


Matt Hudson The mailboxes on Longview Drive in New Brighton are covered but still functioning. Public works officials say that finding space for all the snow has been a challenge after a snowy February.

Crews from the New Brighton Public Works Department have been dispatched to clear the entirety of the city 11 times this winter, according to department Superintendent Scott Boller.

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