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Wed
20
Jul

Ribbon cutting at St. Anthony water treatment and research facility

Celebrate the completion of a high-tech new facility that will protect the Mississippi River from polluted runoff on Thursday, July 21 beginning at 5:30 p.m. in St. Anthony.

Wed
13
Jul

Library board meeting is July 20

The next meeting of the Ramsey County Library Board will be on Wednesday, July 20 in the administrative conference room on the lower level of the

Wed
13
Jul

Outside patrols in cities served by St. Anthony police

As the area deals with the fallout from the police shooting on Larpenteur Avenue, the cities of St.

Wed
29
Jun

Library board meeting is July 20

The next meeting of the Ramsey County Library Board will be on Wednesday, July 20 in the administrative conference room on the lower level of the

Wed
29
Jun

Bike Rodeo at Island Lake Park

Join the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office at a fun, educational and free Bike Rodeo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12 at Island Lake County Park in Shoreview.

Wed
29
Jun

MVSEF raises $25,000 in honor of Superintendent Dan Hoverman

The Mounds View Schools Education Foundation has raised $25,000 in support of the Hoverman Family Scholarship.

Wed
22
Jun

White Bear Lake Area LWV announces new candidate forum rules

The League of Women Voters White Bear Lake Area announced a significant change in how it will conduct its flagship candidate forums in 2016.

Sun
12
Jun

Blue-green algae: If in doubt, stay out


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Summer is here, and while water enthusiasts and pets enjoy swimming and boating when the weather is calm and sunny, these conditions are also perfect for growing blue-green algae. This can be harmful to both people and animals.

Wed
25
May

‘Walk and Talk’ with the Mayor

This summer, Shoreview Mayor Sandy Martin will expand her weekly “Talk with the Mayor” office hours with a health-conscious “Walk and Talk with the Mayor.” Everyone is invited to meet Mayor Martin and Rafa, her friendly Australian labradoodle, on

Wed
18
May

New Brighton water conservation status returns to ‘green’

Preventative maintenance has been completed at two of New Brighton’s four Mount Simon Hinckley deep wells. The city’s water conservation status has returned to the status of “green.”

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