East Side Newsbriefs

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16
Oct

St. Paul Winter Carnival searching for royalty

The St. Paul Winter Carnival is now accepting applications for the Queen of the Snows program. 

The 131st St Paul Winter Carnival will be held January 26 - February 5, 2017. The Royal Coronation will take place on Friday, Jan. 27.

Sun
16
Oct

Payne-Phalen sewer rehabilitation project

The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES), operator of the metro-area wastewater collection and treatment system, is making improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve homes, businesses and pa

Sun
09
Oct

Seeking nominations for the 2016 Roger Tetu Award

Dayton’s Bluff Community Council established an annual award named for the late East Sider, Roger Tetu, to celebrate the good works of community members who offer kindness without hesitation on a daily basis.

Sun
02
Oct

Controlled deer hunts scheduled for October & November

Ramsey County Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Metro Bowhunters Resource Base, will again conduct controlled archery deer hunts this fall throughout the county parks system.

Sun
02
Oct

Ramsey County absentee ballot voting

Ramsey County voters have several options for voting in the presidential election prior to Election Day (Nov. 8), either by mail or in person, which became available Sept. 23.

Sun
02
Oct

Federal grant expected to create 40 jobs in St. Paul

The Hmong American Partnership (HAP) was recently awarded an $800,000 grant that will create about 40 new jobs on the East Side. The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service and was advocated for by U.S. Rep.

Sun
02
Oct

St. Paul Police Department launches new emergency alert system

The St.Paul Police Department has a new tool to notify the public of emergency situations.

Sun
25
Sep

Swede Hollow corridor removed from Rush Line options

The Rush Line Corridor Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) recently received preliminary information about ridership, costs, potential environmental impacts, economic development benefits and other project details at its Thursday, Sept.

Sun
18
Sep

Mississippi rowers visit local schools

On Sept. 8, four paddlers made landfall in Minneapolis to visit Twin Cities schools.

The group of paddlers are from the University of Puget Sound and are paddling the entire length of the Mississippi River in 100 days. 

Sun
18
Sep

St. Paul City Council approves earned safe and sick time ordinance

The St. Paul City Council approved an earned safe and sick time ordinance at their meeting on Sept. 7. 

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