Even in 1998, the numbers of the South St. Paul VFW Post 295 Last Man’s Club were dwindling. (submitted photo)
Sunday, February 14, 2016
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South St. Paul’s WWII Last Man’s Club is down to three Running his finger down the list, Ken Lawrence reminisces about the names he reads.  As chaplain of South St. Paul VFW Post 295’s World War II Last Man’s Club, Lawrence has read over the names on that list countless times. “You... + continue reading
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
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New lanes could help Payne Ave. businesses “Within Payne-Phalen, there really aren’t places, safe places, to ride,” said Eric Saathoff, a member of the District 5 Planning Council and Board, and the chair of the District 5 Transportation Committee. Saathoff is also a bike commuter, who goes... + continue reading
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
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Conceptual plans released for Phalen Park amenity After months of discussions, the proposed China Garden at Phalen Regional Park has begun to take shape, even if it’s still in the blueprint stage. St. Paul Parks and Recreation and The Minnesota China Friendship Garden Society recently... + continue reading
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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In the form of the Joint Development Authority, elected officials from Ramsey County and the City of Arden Hills sent out a long-awaited request for proposals Feb. 1 in search of a master developer for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant.  The selected developer will help pilot the... + continue reading
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As Will and Aiden shoot baskets at a multiple hoop, Will could be overheard saying, “I love basketball.” The boys were at Christ Lutheran School’s annual Early Childhood Family Fun Day on Jan. 30. (Linda Baumeister/Review) + continue reading
Even in 1998, the numbers of the South St. Paul VFW Post 295 Last Man’s Club were dwindling. (submitted photo)
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)

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Sunday, 02/14/16
The list of 114 candidates for 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award was released Feb. 3. Among them were two East Side teachers, Koua Yang and Juanita Ortiz.  Koua Yang is a human geography and Asian American studies teacher at Harding Senior High School. Yang is also the boys... + continue reading
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
The St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department released an architects’ rendering of the future China Garden at Phalen Regional Park, This pavilion is designed to look like the Aiwan Pavilion in Changsha, China. (submitted illustration)
Sunday, 02/14/16
Conceptual plans released for Phalen Park amenity After months of discussions, the proposed China Garden at Phalen Regional Park has begun to take shape, even if it’s still in the blueprint stage. St. Paul Parks and Recreation and The Minnesota China Friendship Garden Society... + continue reading
Sunday, 02/14/16
The list of 114 candidates for 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award was released Feb. 3. Among them were two East Side teachers, Koua Yang and Juanita Ortiz.  Koua Yang is a human geography and Asian American studies teacher at Harding Senior High School. Yang is also the boys... + continue reading
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
Parking would remain on both sides of Payne Avenue and include bike lanes. (Image courtesy of Eric Saathoff)
Sunday, 02/14/16
New lanes could help Payne Ave. businesses “Within Payne-Phalen, there really aren’t places, safe places, to ride,” said Eric Saathoff, a member of the District 5 Planning Council and Board, and the chair of the District 5 Transportation Committee. Saathoff is also a bike commuter,... + continue reading
Jason Burbul, proprietor of the new A Greener Read used bookstore on Payne Avenue, says the store fills a need in the neighborhood. (Rachel Weiss/Review)
Jason Burbul, proprietor of the new A Greener Read used bookstore on Payne Avenue, says the store fills a need in the neighborhood. (Rachel Weiss/Review)
Sunday, 02/14/16
For-profit business sells used books, CDs, DVDs Combining a love of reading and desire to recycle used books, Jason and Eden Burbul co-founded a company called “A Greener Read” and opened a store in Woodbury.  Now the couple just opened up a second retail location, this one on... + continue reading

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Sunday, 02/14/16
Thursday, Januart 7 — Wednesday, January 14, 2016 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter... + continue reading
Jason Burbul, proprietor of the new A Greener Read used bookstore on Payne Avenue, says the store fills a need in the neighborhood. (Rachel Weiss/Review)
Jason Burbul, proprietor of the new A Greener Read used bookstore on Payne Avenue, says the store fills a need in the neighborhood. (Rachel Weiss/Review)
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South West Review

Sunday, 02/14/16
South St. Paul Public Schools is planning opportunities for community members to tour the newly renovated South St. Paul Secondary Building. The school will be open to the public for tours at 4:30... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Sunday, 02/14/16
Roseville Parks and Recreation invites kids ages 5 to 14 to spend Saturday, Feb. 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the ice competing in an ice fishing contest. Parks and Rec will have the holes... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 02/10/16
The North St. Paul VFW was a sea of orange shirts working hard on pulling up carpet and taking down old ceiling tiles on Thursday, Feb. 4, as employees of Home Depot teamed up with members of Post... + continue reading
The ice was thick enough on Saturday, Jan. 30, for students from Tartan’s Relay for Life Team Dr. Cure to host an ice fishing tournament. Team We Cure Because We Care took care of the concessions. For many years, Tartan has been a top fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The ice was thick enough on Saturday, Jan. 30, for students from Tartan’s Relay for Life Team Dr. Cure to host an ice fishing tournament. Team We Cure Because We Care took care of the concessions. For many years, Tartan has been a top fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 02/10/16
The North St. Paul VFW was a sea of orange shirts working hard on pulling up carpet and taking down old ceiling tiles on Thursday, Feb. 4, as employees of Home Depot teamed up with members of Post... + continue reading
The ice was thick enough on Saturday, Jan. 30, for students from Tartan’s Relay for Life Team Dr. Cure to host an ice fishing tournament. Team We Cure Because We Care took care of the concessions. For many years, Tartan has been a top fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The ice was thick enough on Saturday, Jan. 30, for students from Tartan’s Relay for Life Team Dr. Cure to host an ice fishing tournament. Team We Cure Because We Care took care of the concessions. For many years, Tartan has been a top fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Bulletin Area

02/10/2016
Two Bulletin area teachers were announced as candidates for Education Minnesota’s 2016 Teacher of the Year award Feb. 3.  While the field of teachers is large — 114 candidates in all,... + continue reading
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This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
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