Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Top, Michael J. Ball and the Blood Like Wine band along with, bottom, Paul Wiger of the Squishy Mud band were just a few of the acts from Minnesota Music Cafe’s “Dry Bones Blues Fest,” a festival celebrating recovery and sobriety.  (submitted photos) + continue reading

The temporary bump-out at Margaret Street and East Seventh Street consists of painted lines and PVC tubes. The city of St. Paul has been adding temporary bump-outs this summer to study how they could make crosswalks safer.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Initiative follows deaths of two people at busy East Side crosswalks After two pedestrians were struck and killed in traffic accidents on the East Side, community leaders are trying to figure out how to make substantial changes to increase safety on local streets. The Payne-Phalen... + continue reading
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Roughly 50 people came out to the West St. Paul Police Day on Saturday, June 18 at Marthaler Park. Brooke Reiner says the event, put on by a group of sixth and eighth grade girls who are part of the West St. Paul YMCA Youth Bank project, raised roughly $220. With the money left over the grant used... + continue reading

The Sun Ray Library, located at 2105 Wilson Ave., was recently awarded for their Nature-Smart Library project.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Sun Ray shows libraries can be more than a resource for literacy “It’s feeding their minds and their bodies,” Rebecca Ryan, manager of the Rondo Library and former manager of the East Side’s Sun Ray Library, said of the Nature-Smart Library project at her former library. Sun Ray was... + continue reading
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Hastings woman donates chapel to Inver Grove Heights church In the 1880s, Adam and Eva Rosenberger settled in Inver Grove Heights after emigrating to America from Germany.  Now, more than 100 years later, one of their descendants is donating a chapel to St. Patrick’s Cemetery in honor of... + continue reading

The temporary bump-out at Margaret Street and East Seventh Street consists of painted lines and PVC tubes. The city of St. Paul has been adding temporary bump-outs this summer to study how they could make crosswalks safer.

The Sun Ray Library, located at 2105 Wilson Ave., was recently awarded for their Nature-Smart Library project.

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Sunday, 06/26/16
Hastings woman donates chapel to Inver Grove Heights church In the 1880s, Adam and Eva Rosenberger settled in Inver Grove Heights after emigrating to America from Germany.  Now, more than 100 years later, one of their descendants is donating a chapel to St. Patrick’s Cemetery... + continue reading

The staff on the project proposed a mini-roundabout at the intersection of Southview Boulevard and 12th Avenue to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety. However, the mini-roundabout was rejected by the city council, which instead approved a “through-stop,” otherwise called a two-way stop, at the busy intersection. (submitted graphic)
Sunday, 06/26/16
At the June 20 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council went against staff recommendation and adopted a resolution for a two-way stop at Southview Boulevard and 12th Avenue. Back in February, the city council had adopted a general layout for the Southview reconstruction project. Then... + continue reading
Sunday, 06/26/16
After little discussion, the Mendota Heights City Council approved the hiring of a temporary police administrative supervisor at the June 21 meeting.  Council member Ultan Duggan wanted to table discussion, saying the council did not have enough time to look over the packet... + continue reading
Sunday, 06/26/16
Roughly 50 people came out to the West St. Paul Police Day on Saturday, June 18 at Marthaler Park. Brooke Reiner says the event, put on by a group of sixth and eighth grade girls who are part of the West St. Paul YMCA Youth Bank project, raised roughly $220. With the money left over the... + continue reading
Sunday, 06/26/16
St. Paul • The Hmong Family Foundation will be hosting the 36th annual Hmong International Freedom Celebration and Sport Tournament on July 2 and 3. The event is the premiere Fourth of July event for the Hmong community, with almost 30,000 people attending each day.  The... + continue reading

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East Side Review

Sunday, 06/19/16
Thursday, May 19 — Wednesday, May 25 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

The temporary bump-out at Margaret Street and East Seventh Street consists of painted lines and PVC tubes. The city of St. Paul has been adding temporary bump-outs this summer to study how they could make crosswalks safer.
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The Sun Ray Library, located at 2105 Wilson Ave., was recently awarded for their Nature-Smart Library project.
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Urban Roots interns and youth connect themes from a fiction book about winter survival by doing activities outside during a winter book club at Sun Ray Library.
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From left to right, Kong Xiong, Nelsie Yang, Yingya Vang, SuChann Yang and Victor Yang are members of the community-led organization called “Racial Equity on Johnson Parkway and Ames Avenue East.”
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South West Review

Sunday, 06/26/16
The South St. Paul Open Foundation announced its 42nd Annual Golf Outing is set for Monday, July 18, at Southview Country Club. Registration and lunch begin at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start kicking... + continue reading

Patricia Buss spoke at the 2016 Inver Hills Community College commencement. She was named this year’s Outstanding Alumna. (submitted photo)
06/26/16

Roseville - Little Canada


Roseville police seek information about the woman seen here -- she's considered a person of interest in an attempted hotel robbery in which a robber wielded a machete June 16. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
Friday, 06/24/16
Police seek information on person of interest Roseville police seek information about a woman deemed a person of interest in the attempted robbery of a Fairfield Inn June 16, during which a... + continue reading

Metro Transit A Line bus rapid transit service started on Snelling Avenue in Roseville June 11. Roseville Mayor Dan Roe and council member Lisa Laliberte, among others, took a ride on the A Line’s first trip. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)
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Minnesota Twins fans waited on the A Line for a ride to the Green Line light rail, which took them to downtown Minneapolis and Target Field June 11. Alas, the Boston Red Sox beat the Twins that day, 15-4.
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A Line buses are wider and have larger doorways to speed up loading and unloading and riders pay their fare before they board.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Sunday, 06/26/16
St. Paul • The Hmong Family Foundation will be hosting the 36th annual Hmong International Freedom Celebration and Sport Tournament on July 2 and 3. The event is the premiere Fourth of July... + continue reading

The girl scouts used tools like power drills to assemble the Little Free Library that is now at Arlington Hills United Methodist Church. (submitted photo)
06/22/16

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Sunday, 06/26/16
St. Paul • The Hmong Family Foundation will be hosting the 36th annual Hmong International Freedom Celebration and Sport Tournament on July 2 and 3. The event is the premiere Fourth of July... + continue reading

The girl scouts used tools like power drills to assemble the Little Free Library that is now at Arlington Hills United Methodist Church. (submitted photo)
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Bulletin Area


Residents of St. Anthony’s Lowry Grove mobile home park have been left with uncertainty after their “right of first refusal” was flipped on its back when their purchase agreement was deemed insufficient by the buyer and seller June 13. The Lowry Grove land was sold and is now owned by Continental Property Group, but residents are exploring legal options.
06/22/2016
Residents’ bid to buy park remains in the balance after ‘illegal’ sale The sale of the Lowry Grove property in St. Anthony Village has not necessarily been a simple one. At the end of April,... + continue reading
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