After. Aundrea Kinney /Review
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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The outdated play structure at Hause Park, located on Charles Street North between Fourth and Fifth avenues in North St. Paul, was replaced with a new play structure, which opened for use the week of Sept. 11. The updates to the Hause Park play area were included in the Park Improvement Plan that... + continue reading

Grandma’s Coats for Kids, an Oakdale-based nonprofit, collects coats and other winter outerwear and distributes them to children in need at L.C. Webster, Richardson and Cowern elementary schools. submitted photo
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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When Oakdale resident Kay Weber thinks of her childhood, she fondly remembers her grandmother purchasing her a warm coat each fall before the next brutal Minnesota winter. Now a grandma herself, she tries to make sure that children at local elementary schools have the winter coats they need. At... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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The farmers’ market at the Church of Corpus Christi in Roseville bustled with activity Sept. 19. The weekly event, put on by St. Paul Farmers’ Market, is every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at the church, located at 2131 Fairview Ave. The Roseville market runs through Oct. 31. Mike Munzenrider... + continue reading

Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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The July 2, 1985, edition of the Roseville Review announced the opening of what would become known as Fairview Wines & Spirits. Owner Steve Burwell had opened what was then called the Fairview Liquor Market at 2579 Fairview Ave. on June 11, and told the paper he had high hopes for his... + continue reading

New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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New Brighton is aiming to make an investment by acquiring a plot of land just blocks from City Hall and its public safety facility.  The city recently submitted an offer to purchase the property on which the now-defunct Korean United Methodist Church sits, located at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, an... + continue reading

After. Aundrea Kinney /Review

Grandma’s Coats for Kids, an Oakdale-based nonprofit, collects coats and other winter outerwear and distributes them to children in need at L.C. Webster, Richardson and Cowern elementary schools. submitted photo

Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider

New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole

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After. Aundrea Kinney /Review
Tuesday, 09/26/17
The outdated play structure at Hause Park, located on Charles Street North between Fourth and Fifth avenues in North St. Paul, was replaced with a new play structure, which opened for use the week of Sept. 11. The updates to the Hause Park play area were included in the Park Improvement... + continue reading

Grandma’s Coats for Kids, an Oakdale-based nonprofit, collects coats and other winter outerwear and distributes them to children in need at L.C. Webster, Richardson and Cowern elementary schools. submitted photo
Tuesday, 09/26/17
When Oakdale resident Kay Weber thinks of her childhood, she fondly remembers her grandmother purchasing her a warm coat each fall before the next brutal Minnesota winter. Now a grandma herself, she tries to make sure that children at local elementary schools have the winter coats they... + continue reading
Tuesday, 09/26/17
Property tax levy could increase by 15 percent North St. Paul has set its preliminary property tax levy for 2018, and if it’s approved as is, residents could see a 15 percent increase in their property taxes.  That means residents who own a median-valued home worth roughly $... + continue reading
Tuesday, 09/26/17
Twin Cities Bronze Handbell Ensemble will host a concert at 4 p.m. Oct. 8 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, North St. Paul. The concert will be in the church sanctuary and is free and open to the public. There will be a free will offering to benefit the St. Mark’s Church Foundation.... + continue reading

Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider
Tuesday, 09/26/17
The July 2, 1985, edition of the Roseville Review announced the opening of what would become known as Fairview Wines & Spirits. Owner Steve Burwell had opened what was then called the Fairview Liquor Market at 2579 Fairview Ave. on June 11, and told the paper he had high hopes for... + continue reading

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East Side Review

Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
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The Harvest Festival medallion was found by looking south through a hole in a rock in “Swede Henge,” a sculpture at the north end of the park. Looking through the hole, there is a green pole with a large tree to the left. The medallion was hidden in a bread bag in the tree. courtesy of Ed Brodie
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The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps
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The area is set to see an increase in traffic due to the new Minnesota Vikings facility currently under construction in Eagan, and other area development. courtesy of Google Maps
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South West Review


Above, a photo booth was used by many at the Warrior Rally, including a a few members from the Henry Sibley Pom Squad. Right, Dodge Nature Center had a booth at the event where attendees got a chance to hold chickens. photo courtesy of ISD 197
Friday, 09/22/17

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
09/22/17

The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps
09/22/17

Marjorie Otto/Review
09/22/17

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 09/26/17
The farmers’ market at the Church of Corpus Christi in Roseville bustled with activity Sept. 19. The weekly event, put on by St. Paul Farmers’ Market, is every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at the... + continue reading

Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider
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As seen in the July 2, 1985, edition of the Roseville Review.
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Located at 2579 Fairview Ave., Fairview Wines & Spirits predates most of the business development in the Rosedale Center area. Mike Munzenrider photo
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Steve Burwell says he hopes customers who shopped at Fairview Wines & Spirits will find another independent liquor store to support. Mike Munzenrider photo
09/26/17 -

New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole
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The Korean United Methodist Church is just an eight minute walk from New Brighton City Hall, and the land has long been considered a desirable spot for redevelopment. courtesy of Google Maps
09/26/17 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


After. Aundrea Kinney /Review
Tuesday, 09/26/17
The outdated play structure at Hause Park, located on Charles Street North between Fourth and Fifth avenues in North St. Paul, was replaced with a new play structure, which opened for use the week of... + continue reading

Grandma’s Coats for Kids, an Oakdale-based nonprofit, collects coats and other winter outerwear and distributes them to children in need at L.C. Webster, Richardson and Cowern elementary schools. submitted photo
09/26/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


After. Aundrea Kinney /Review
Tuesday, 09/26/17
The outdated play structure at Hause Park, located on Charles Street North between Fourth and Fifth avenues in North St. Paul, was replaced with a new play structure, which opened for use the week of... + continue reading

Grandma’s Coats for Kids, an Oakdale-based nonprofit, collects coats and other winter outerwear and distributes them to children in need at L.C. Webster, Richardson and Cowern elementary schools. submitted photo
09/26/17 -

Bulletin Area

09/26/2017
The farmers’ market at the Church of Corpus Christi in Roseville bustled with activity Sept. 19. The weekly event, put on by St. Paul Farmers’ Market, is every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at the... + continue reading

Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider
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As seen in the July 2, 1985, edition of the Roseville Review.
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Located at 2579 Fairview Ave., Fairview Wines & Spirits predates most of the business development in the Rosedale Center area. Mike Munzenrider photo
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Steve Burwell says he hopes customers who shopped at Fairview Wines & Spirits will find another independent liquor store to support. Mike Munzenrider photo
09/26/2017

New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole
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The Korean United Methodist Church is just an eight minute walk from New Brighton City Hall, and the land has long been considered a desirable spot for redevelopment. courtesy of Google Maps
09/26/2017
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