Anne Hed at Hed Cycling in Roseville. The wheel she holds is similar to the solid disc carbon fiber bicycle wheel her late husband Steve Hed made, that led to the start of the manufacturing company.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
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Hed Cycling co-founder works through tragedy to expand business Roseville is generally known for a couple of distinct things. It’s a first-ring suburb that’s home to Rosedale Center, a regional shopping destination, and it has a great parks system. Other things that come to mind are Har Mar... + continue reading

According to the Capitol Region Watershed District, Lake McCarrons is one of the “highest quality lakes in the metro area,” as evidenced by its clear water. Using a recently awarded $1.76 million grant, the watershed district plans to keep it that way, by keeping phosphorus out.
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Roseville’s Lake McCarrons isn’t exactly a secret — the Capitol Region Watershed District’s Bob Fossum, a water resource project manager, says it has one of the most popular beaches in the area. What might be less known, is how relatively pristine the water is in Lake McCarrons, and the time and... + continue reading

A Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is taking over part of the former Steichen’s Sporting Goods building at 2425 Rice Street in Roseville. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
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Roseville city officials took to Twitter July 18 to express their excitement about the news that a Dunkin’ Donuts location is in the works on Rice Street near Highway 36. “I’m not one to jump on bandwagons, but this one seems promising,” Roseville Mayor Dan Roe tweeted about the announcement... + continue reading
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The Wu family, Charlie, with children Emily, 14, and Sumner, 15, enjoyed the perfect summer weather July 16 as they hit the links at Cedarholm Golf Course in Roseville. Days later, scorching summer heat would settle into the metro area. + continue reading

As mom Tobi watches, Samantha set down her umbrella to add her touch to the giant coloring book mounted on the exhibit building.
Sunday, July 24, 2016
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The Ramsey County Fair, which celebrated its 103 year, took place July 13 through July 17. The kickoff of the fair started with the White Bear Avenue parade on July 13. The fair included talent contests, a midway, farm animals, and arts and crafts from Ramsey County residents.    + continue reading

Anne Hed at Hed Cycling in Roseville. The wheel she holds is similar to the solid disc carbon fiber bicycle wheel her late husband Steve Hed made, that led to the start of the manufacturing company.

According to the Capitol Region Watershed District, Lake McCarrons is one of the “highest quality lakes in the metro area,” as evidenced by its clear water. Using a recently awarded $1.76 million grant, the watershed district plans to keep it that way, by keeping phosphorus out.

A Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is taking over part of the former Steichen’s Sporting Goods building at 2425 Rice Street in Roseville. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

As mom Tobi watches, Samantha set down her umbrella to add her touch to the giant coloring book mounted on the exhibit building.

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A Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is taking over part of the former Steichen’s Sporting Goods building at 2425 Rice Street in Roseville. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Tuesday, 07/26/16
Roseville city officials took to Twitter July 18 to express their excitement about the news that a Dunkin’ Donuts location is in the works on Rice Street near Highway 36. “I’m not one to jump on bandwagons, but this one seems promising,” Roseville Mayor Dan Roe tweeted about the... + continue reading

According to the Capitol Region Watershed District, Lake McCarrons is one of the “highest quality lakes in the metro area,” as evidenced by its clear water. Using a recently awarded $1.76 million grant, the watershed district plans to keep it that way, by keeping phosphorus out.
Tuesday, 07/26/16
Roseville’s Lake McCarrons isn’t exactly a secret — the Capitol Region Watershed District’s Bob Fossum, a water resource project manager, says it has one of the most popular beaches in the area. What might be less known, is how relatively pristine the water is in Lake McCarrons, and... + continue reading

Anne Hed at Hed Cycling in Roseville. The wheel she holds is similar to the solid disc carbon fiber bicycle wheel her late husband Steve Hed made, that led to the start of the manufacturing company.
Tuesday, 07/26/16
Hed Cycling co-founder works through tragedy to expand business Roseville is generally known for a couple of distinct things. It’s a first-ring suburb that’s home to Rosedale Center, a regional shopping destination, and it has a great parks system. Other things that come to mind are... + continue reading
Tuesday, 07/26/16
The Wu family, Charlie, with children Emily, 14, and Sumner, 15, enjoyed the perfect summer weather July 16 as they hit the links at Cedarholm Golf Course in Roseville. Days later, scorching summer heat would settle into the metro area. + continue reading
Sunday, 07/24/16
The Edible Streetscape project, which is organized by Urban Oasis, include 10 planters up and down East Seventh Street that each have a different cultural theme. The planters are meant to showcase some of the cultures found on the East Side and common ingredients found in those cultures’... + continue reading

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Sunday, 07/24/16
Thursday, June 23 — Wednesday, June 29 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading
The East Side Lunds & Byerlys will be closing at the end of the day on March 6. The store appeared to be operating as normal last week but that will change when the going-out-of-business discounts begin Feb. 27. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)
The property at 1959 Suburban Avenue, which had been the location of Lunds & Byerly’s since 1972, has been purchased by Ha Tien Market, an Asian grocery store and Vietnamese deli.
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Clockwise from top left: 275 Bates Ave., built in 1884, is 1,640 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. 700 E. Fourth St., built in 1879, is a two story Queen Anne style home. 737 Plum St., built in 1882, is 2,192 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. 767 E. Fourth St., built in 1890, is 2,136 square foot home with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
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South West Review

Sunday, 07/24/16
  The Citizens’ Fire Academy consists of approximately eight, three-hour sessions from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., and meets once a week on Wednesdays. The first class is on Sept. 7 and the last will... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


A Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is taking over part of the former Steichen’s Sporting Goods building at 2425 Rice Street in Roseville. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Tuesday, 07/26/16
Roseville city officials took to Twitter July 18 to express their excitement about the news that a Dunkin’ Donuts location is in the works on Rice Street near Highway 36. “I’m not one to jump on... + continue reading

According to the Capitol Region Watershed District, Lake McCarrons is one of the “highest quality lakes in the metro area,” as evidenced by its clear water. Using a recently awarded $1.76 million grant, the watershed district plans to keep it that way, by keeping phosphorus out.
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Though it was relatively empty on a day when the heat index topped 100 degrees last week, CRWD’s Bob Fossum says the beach at Lake McCarrons is one of the most popular in the area because of the lake’s high water quality.
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Fed by groundwater, Lake McCarrons flows east through an outlet into Trout Brook, and ultimately into the Mississippi River. Keeping the lake clean, according to CRWD, keeps waters downstream clean as well.
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Anne Hed at Hed Cycling in Roseville. The wheel she holds is similar to the solid disc carbon fiber bicycle wheel her late husband Steve Hed made, that led to the start of the manufacturing company.
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Making sure it’s put together as precisely as possible, Bryonna Baines is ‘truing” a wheel at Hed Cycling.
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David Wiedl builds Hed Cycling wheels by hand.
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Hed Cycles can produce 75-100 bike wheels a day, and Anne Hed says at any given time there are “hundreds” on site.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Keller Creek is an important part of the Phalen chain of lakes, as it controls the flow of water from Keller Lake into Round Lake and Lake Phalen.
Wednesday, 07/20/16
Keller Creek gets an all-natural makeover   The Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District staff and volunteers recently celebrated the first two years of Keller Creek restoration.... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


As mom Tobi watches, Samantha set down her umbrella to add her touch to the giant coloring book mounted on the exhibit building.
Sunday, 07/24/16
The Ramsey County Fair, which celebrated its 103 year, took place July 13 through July 17. The kickoff of the fair started with the White Bear Avenue parade on July 13. The fair included talent... + continue reading

Hours after the bodies of a man and a woman were found at the Northernaire Motel on June 1, Maplewood detectives were on the scene. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
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Keller Creek is an important part of the Phalen chain of lakes, as it controls the flow of water from Keller Lake into Round Lake and Lake Phalen.
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Bulletin Area


Robbery suspect Steven Michael McKeon allegedly seen July 12 at the Shoreview Cub Foods.
07/20/2016
A man suspected of a recent bank robbery in Shoreview was found and arrested in North St. Paul July 13.  According to police, the man, “possibly a serial robber,” entered the Cub Foods in the... + continue reading

The parade that takes place each year during St. Anthony’s VillageFest, seen above in a recent year, has been canceled due to a lack of public safety resources in St. Anthony following the shooting death of Philando Castile. Mageen Caines, parade chairwoman, expressed regret, saying the parade “has always been about unity,” and that “it’s for the children.”
07/20/2016

Mounds View city council member Al Hull poses with his new fiancée, Tasha Kimaiga, at The Station on County Road I.
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Mounds View City Council member Al Hull proposed to Tasha Kimaiga during the July 11 city council meeting.
07/20/2016
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