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Amy Felegy
Wednesday, 08/14/19
Amy Felegy is the newest addition to the Lillie News staff. This week’s paper marks her fifth week with the Review, so it’s probably time readers got to know the woman behind the words. Felegy graduated from the University of Minnesota’s Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass... + continue reading
Wednesday, 08/14/19
Every week, we comb the streets of L(ake Elmo), M(aplewood), N(orth St. Paul) and O(akdale) to find a P(erson) willing to share a bit of their story for the Review. To nominate someone for consideration to be featured, contact Amy Felegy at afelegy@lillienews.com or 651-748-7815. Amy,... + continue reading

Volunteers wrapped up a labor-heavy and time-consuming rain garden system installation after receiving a watershed district grant and material donations from the community (Amy Felegy/Review)
Wednesday, 08/14/19
What looks like an unassuming Minnesota garden at the Lake Elmo nature center has a mightier purpose. After just a little digging, visitors will find there’s much more to it than what meets the eye.  The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center’s front yard has a new mission: to... + continue reading

The new Community Outreach Office, located at the southeast corner of Rice and Sycamore streets in St. Paul, is now open to Ramsey County youth to get help and resources to deter violence. (courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriffís Office)
Wednesday, 08/14/19
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office opened a new Community Outreach Office on Rice and Sycamore streets in St. Paul to curb violence and crime.  It hosted a grand opening event there on Aug. 5.  The sheriff’s office said it’s part of a much-needed push to “build trust and... + continue reading

Mary and Lane Stunkel pose for a picture before Lane’s recent hospitalization. Lane’s unexpected health issues aren’t stopping him from participating in American Legion activities despite being hospital-bound. (photo courtesy of Mike Ash)
Wednesday, 08/14/19
“He has to be the most dedicated person I have ever met when it comes to the American Legion,” says Legionnaire Deon Ford of Lane Stunkel, a man who isn’t letting a painful and rare bacterial infection stop him from serving American Legion Post 577 with full force.  For the past... + continue reading

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Ambassadors for Respect students from ISD 622’s Next Step Transition Program received a plaque for innovation at the Minnesota State Government Innovation Awards on Aug. 8. The award, given out at the Minnesota History Center, was for teaching fourth-grade students about bullying and how to avoid being a bystander. (submitted photo)

Mary and Lane Stunkel pose for a picture before Lane’s recent hospitalization. Lane’s unexpected health issues aren’t stopping him from participating in American Legion activities despite being hospital-bound. (photo courtesy of Mike Ash)

The new Community Outreach Office, located at the southeast corner of Rice and Sycamore streets in St. Paul, is now open to Ramsey County youth to get help and resources to deter violence. (courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriffís Office)

Volunteers wrapped up a labor-heavy and time-consuming rain garden system installation after receiving a watershed district grant and material donations from the community (Amy Felegy/Review)

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Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

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Amy Felegy
Wednesday, 08/14/19
Amy Felegy is the newest addition to the Lillie News staff. This week’s paper marks her fifth week with the Review, so it’s probably time readers got to know the woman behind the words. Felegy... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


Amy Felegy
Wednesday, 08/14/19
Amy Felegy is the newest addition to the Lillie News staff. This week’s paper marks her fifth week with the Review, so it’s probably time readers got to know the woman behind the words. Felegy... + continue reading

Bridget Kranz
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New Brighton artist Sherry Paulendeick creates paintings and mixed media art, often centered on women. A series of narrative works, in addition to self-portraits, will be on view at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, from Aug. 22 through Sept. 21. (courtesy of Sherry Paulendeick)
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Paulendeick grew up in New Brighton and went to Mounds View Public Schools from kindergarten through high school. She still lives in the area today, and says art centers like Banfill-Locke helped her continue her own artistic practice while working as a teacher. (Bridget Kranz)
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Kids of all ages ran wild with cows, goats and sheep at the petting zoo; for the more adventurous, pony rides were also available.
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On Aug. 3, the heat was on at VillageFest’s annual bags tournament; competitors had plenty of room to practice their arc on the festival grounds at Central Park. Left, Papa John Kolstad and his band played folk music for the crowd — most folks were huddled under the shade of a nearby beer tent.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 08/14/19
Neighbors in Lake Elmo and North St. Paul enjoyed an evening of festivities at Night to Unite, as gatherings were held across the east metro on Aug. 6.    + continue reading
08/14/19

Volunteers wrapped up a labor-heavy and time-consuming rain garden system installation after receiving a watershed district grant and material donations from the community (Amy Felegy/Review)
08/14/19

The new Community Outreach Office, located at the southeast corner of Rice and Sycamore streets in St. Paul, is now open to Ramsey County youth to get help and resources to deter violence. (courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriffís Office)
08/14/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Volunteers wrapped up a labor-heavy and time-consuming rain garden system installation after receiving a watershed district grant and material donations from the community (Amy Felegy/Review)
Wednesday, 08/14/19
What looks like an unassuming Minnesota garden at the Lake Elmo nature center has a mightier purpose. After just a little digging, visitors will find there’s much more to it than what meets the eye.... + continue reading

The new Community Outreach Office, located at the southeast corner of Rice and Sycamore streets in St. Paul, is now open to Ramsey County youth to get help and resources to deter violence. (courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriffís Office)
08/14/19 -

Mary and Lane Stunkel pose for a picture before Lane’s recent hospitalization. Lane’s unexpected health issues aren’t stopping him from participating in American Legion activities despite being hospital-bound. (photo courtesy of Mike Ash)
08/14/19 -

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Amy Felegy
08/14/2019
Amy Felegy is the newest addition to the Lillie News staff. This week’s paper marks her fifth week with the Review, so it’s probably time readers got to know the woman behind the words. Felegy... + continue reading

Night to Unite was celebrated Aug. 6 throughout the country and in Roseville, including on Rosewood Lane. (Mike Munzenrider)
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Night to Unite was a groovy scene on Ferris Lane. (Mike Munzenrider photos)
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Roseville Deputy Police Chief Erika Scheider had a slate of 10 Night to Unite parties to attend; on Rosewood Lane it was mostly for the kids.
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Roseville community service officer Abdi Warsame distributed water bottles to kids on Rosewood Lane.
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A volunteer painted faces at Galilee Evangelical Lutheran Church’s Night to Unite event.
08/13/2019

A view from the second-floor balcony of the new 68,000-square-foot science wing at Roseville Area High School shows the new and old at the building; the smoke stack is original to 1952. (Mike Munzenrider photos)
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Renovation and expansion work at Little Canada Elementary School is nearing completion. The $3.5 million worth of construction is being paid for by the $144 million building bond approved by Roseville Area School District voters in 2017, which will cover planned work at all district facilities.
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The outer walls of Roseville Area High School’s new auto shop are up. Auto classes will move back to the high school from the district’s middle school, with the new building offering more than double the space as the current shop.
08/13/2019

The City of Mounds View opened its new splash pad with a special ceremony on Aug. 2. The assortment of fountains and other aquatic play features will be open through Labor Day weekend at City Hall Park, before shutting down for the fall and winter. (Bridget Kranz)
08/13/2019
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