This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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New plans for an urban chicken ordinance were brought forth at the South St. Paul city council meeting April 6, but it doesn't look like many will be crowing with triumph over it immediately. The council is carefully pecking away at the idea of urban chicken-keeping, limiting the number of... + continue reading
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Law enforcement officers from the counties of Dakota, Anoka, Goodhue, Olmsted, Hennepin, Stearns and Ramsey, as well as members of the Minnesota State Patrol, take part in the 5th annual basketball tournament April 11 at Sibley High School. All the proceeds from this year’s event will go to... + continue reading
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Staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources stocked 500 catchable size rainbow trout into a pond at DNR’s Central Region Headquarters on Warner Road in preparation for Take Aim at Summer Fun on May 16, when kids will be able to shoot a bow and arrow, paddle a canoe, catch a fish... + continue reading
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
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For years, Mendota Heights resident Paul Quehl and his son, Joseph, have been driving to outdoor archery ranges in Lake Elmo and Eagan to practice one of their favorite recreational activities. Based on recent discussions amongst city staff and members of the city's Parks and Recreation... + continue reading
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
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Post-prison ministry group hoping neighbors will be welcoming With Freedom Works, a Christian post-prison ministry, hoping to locate in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, members of the organization met with community members on Tuesday, April 14 to have a dialogue. Freedom Works, a... + continue reading
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)

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Tony Hang, owner of the Betta Shop, says betta fish are a form of Hmong cultural identity. The fish are found in rice paddies during harvest season in southeast Asia. Hang’s favorites are halfmoons, which feature 180-degree tails that fan like a peacock’s.  (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Tony Hang, owner of the Betta Shop, says betta fish are a form of Hmong cultural identity. The fish are found in rice paddies during harvest season in southeast Asia. Hang’s favorites are halfmoons, which feature 180-degree tails that fan like a peacock’s. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 04/19/15
East Side shops bring southeast Asian tradition to the world You might have driven down Arcade Street a thousand times and not noticed it—but it’s there and thriving. Arcade Street between Phalen Boulevard and Wheelock Parkway is a Midwest hub for betta fish. Three shops... + continue reading
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
Sunday, 04/19/15
Post-prison ministry group hoping neighbors will be welcoming With Freedom Works, a Christian post-prison ministry, hoping to locate in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, members of the organization met with community members on Tuesday, April 14 to have a dialogue. Freedom Works... + continue reading
Sunday, 04/19/15
Metropolitan State University announced on Tuesday, March 14, that a December data breach led to the exposure of personal information from 160,000 current and former students. The data breach was first announced on Jan. 16, but the extent of compromised information was unclear at the... + continue reading
Sunday, 04/19/15
Staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources stocked 500 catchable size rainbow trout into a pond at DNR’s Central Region Headquarters on Warner Road in preparation for Take Aim at Summer Fun on May 16, when kids will be able to shoot a bow and arrow, paddle a canoe,... + continue reading
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 04/19/15
New plans for an urban chicken ordinance were brought forth at the South St. Paul city council meeting April 6, but it doesn't look like many will be crowing with triumph over it immediately. The council is carefully pecking away at the idea of urban chicken-keeping, limiting the... + continue reading

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South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
Though the 13 “Bicentennial Trees” are gone, a few old trees neighbor the dome of the West St. Paul Regional Athletics Center, and more have been planted along its sides. (Jesse Poole/Review)
Though the 13 “Bicentennial Trees” are gone, a few old trees neighbor the dome of the West St. Paul Regional Athletics Center, and more have been planted along its sides. (Jesse Poole/Review)
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This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

East Side Review

Sunday, 04/12/15
Thursday, March 12 — Wednesday, March 25, 2015 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
Freedom Works, a post-prison ministry, will look to locate in a former convent at 869 E. Fifth St. where they’d provide housing for about 24 men who are recently released from prison. (file photo)
04/19/15 -

South West Review

Sunday, 04/19/15
South-West Review police reports published April 19, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul West St. Paul Theft — Two women entered a fabric store... + continue reading
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
04/19/15

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 04/14/15
Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports April 14, 2015. Falcon Heights Arrest Hiding behind an illegal... + continue reading
Viktor the Viking, the Minnesota Vikings’ mascot, helped Falcon Heights Elementary students draw their dream playground at an after-school “Design Day” event with KaBOOM! (Johanna Holub/Review)
Viktor the Viking, the Minnesota Vikings’ mascot, helped Falcon Heights Elementary students draw their dream playground at an after-school “Design Day” event with KaBOOM! (Johanna Holub/Review)
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More than 30 Falcon Heights Elementary students showed off their dream playground designs, along with former Vikings players Rickey Young and E.J. Henderson, Vikings cheerleaders and Viktor the Viking, Toro Company Giving Program manager Judson McNeil and Vikings Executive Director of Community Relations Brad Madson. (Johanna Holub/Review)
More than 30 Falcon Heights Elementary students showed off their dream playground designs, along with former Vikings players Rickey Young and E.J. Henderson, Vikings cheerleaders and Viktor the Viking, Toro Company Giving Program manager Judson McNeil and Vikings Executive Director of Community Relations Brad Madson. (Johanna Holub/Review)
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At a more mellow evening meeting, Falcon Heights adult residents had the chance to choose which elements were “must haves” for the new playground at Curtiss Field. (Johanna Holub/Review)
At a more mellow evening meeting, Falcon Heights adult residents had the chance to choose which elements were “must haves” for the new playground at Curtiss Field. (Johanna Holub/Review)
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Construction crews had already begun removing the playground equipment the afternoon of April 9. The existing parks building and septic system will also be removed. (Johanna Holub/Review)
Construction crews had already begun removing the playground equipment the afternoon of April 9. The existing parks building and septic system will also be removed. (Johanna Holub/Review)
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Rich Davis enjoyed a walk along a Maplewood trail with dogs Charlie and Maverick April 4. (Linda Baumeister/Bulletin)
Rich Davis enjoyed a walk along a Maplewood trail with dogs Charlie and Maverick April 4. (Linda Baumeister/Bulletin)
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Bikers relished in the temperate spring weather last week while traveling the trails in Ramsey County. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Bikers relished in the temperate spring weather last week while traveling the trails in Ramsey County. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
04/08/15 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge program director, Adam Pederson, talked about drug trends and warning signs of drug abuse at a community forum at Tartan High School April 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge program director, Adam Pederson, talked about drug trends and warning signs of drug abuse at a community forum at Tartan High School April 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Wednesday, 04/15/15
Today’s drug abusers come from all walks of life Lori Lewis fought back tears during an emotional and tragic recount of her son Ryan’s battle with drug addiction.   “I... + continue reading
Close friends held a party for the Novak family at Twin Point Tavern in Lake Elmo March 14. After four rounds of intense chemotherapy for a recurrence of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Mitchell is now undergoing aggressive radiation treatments. Mitchell is pictured with his mom and dad and brother and sister. (Linda Baumeister / Review)
Close friends held a party for the Novak family at Twin Point Tavern in Lake Elmo March 14. After four rounds of intense chemotherapy for a recurrence of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Mitchell is now undergoing aggressive radiation treatments. Mitchell is pictured with his mom and dad and brother and sister. (Linda Baumeister / Review)
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Longtime friends gathered for a surprise party for Mitchell Novak, presenting the family with a gift basket, including several gifts cards.  (Linda Baumeister / Review)
Longtime friends gathered for a surprise party for Mitchell Novak, presenting the family with a gift basket, including several gifts cards. (Linda Baumeister / Review)
04/09/15
Maplewood police officer Pam Vang prepares for a day shift during her second phase of training. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Maplewood police officer Pam Vang prepares for a day shift during her second phase of training. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
04/08/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 04/15/15
Appointed council member to start June 2, or later Scott Thorsen's North St. Paul council chair inside city chambers has only been empty for a couple of weeks. Inquiries about who's going... + continue reading
From left, Frank Atencio, Dawn Parks, Philip Parks and business owner Emad Almaliki work on interior renovations. Almaliki hopes to open his grocery store by the end of the month, or early May.  (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
From left, Frank Atencio, Dawn Parks, Philip Parks and business owner Emad Almaliki work on interior renovations. Almaliki hopes to open his grocery store by the end of the month, or early May. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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A kayaker enjoys a bout of warm weather in late March on Keller Creek. Boating in the creek should be a little easier once there’s a new boat portage spot later this summer. (submitted photo)
A kayaker enjoys a bout of warm weather in late March on Keller Creek. Boating in the creek should be a little easier once there’s a new boat portage spot later this summer. (submitted photo)
04/12/15 -

Bulletin Area

04/17/2015
Department of Health notified city of dioxane contamination New Brighton announced Friday that a new contaminant, a solvent called 1,4-dioxane, was recently detected in the city's water... + continue reading
From left, Carl, Alexander, Elizabeth and Mauren Nowlin. Carl Nowlin was selected as the 2015 St. Anthony Villager of the Year.  (submitted photo)
From left, Carl, Alexander, Elizabeth and Mauren Nowlin. Carl Nowlin was selected as the 2015 St. Anthony Villager of the Year. (submitted photo)
04/15/2015
Known strictly as TCAAP when the land use map for the redevelopment was approved last year, there’s no exact location for the proposed 40-acre solar energy array at Rice Creek Commons, though the energy plan locates it generally in the northeastern area of the development. (submitted map)
Known strictly as TCAAP when the land use map for the redevelopment was approved last year, there’s no exact location for the proposed 40-acre solar energy array at Rice Creek Commons, though the energy plan locates it generally in the northeastern area of the development. (submitted map)
04/15/2015