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Ramsey County restores curves to Rice Creek


Ramsey County put curves back into a section of Rice Creek in the Rice Creek Commons in order to slow down the flow of water to reduce erosion. The county announced the completion of the work July 19.

What once was straight now meanders — on July 19 Ramsey County announced it had completed work to bring the curves back to a section of Rice Creek that runs through the Rice Creek Commons.

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27
Jul

A slice of summer


The 2016 Slice of Shoreview Days parade made its way down Victoria Street street in Shoreview July 23 featuring local groups and residents — the grand marshal of the parade, Lexington Floral, gave out flowers along the route.

2016 Slice of Shoreview

Wed
27
Jul

Veteran steps into community-built Shoreview home


Marine veteran Daniel Hanson with County Commissioner Blake Huffman at a house warming party June 30 at Hanson’s new Shoreview home.

Journey Home organizes dozens of business and organizations to help soldiers

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27
Jul

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published July 27, 2016

Maplewood Monarch athletes and coaches yelled their oath in the Richardson Elementary School gym, just like they do before every practice and competition: “We are the Monarch family. We respect and treat each other as equals.

Wed
27
Jul

Maplewood awarded funding to continue Kid City project

The Minnesota State Arts Board has awarded the City of Maplewood a second year of funding through the Arts Learning Grant in the amount of $130,722 to fund Maplewood’s Kid City Project. 

Wed
27
Jul

Minnesota Department of Health says private wells may be affected by floods

After heavy rains and flooding impacted communities in parts of the state, the Minnesota Department of Health is urging Minnesotans to test their private drinking water wells if the wells may have been impacted by flood waters.

Wed
27
Jul

Oakdale’s Acorn Awards bloom again

Drive through any Oakdale neighborhood during the summer months and you will see many properties with lovely flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. But there are always a few that really stand out. 

Wed
27
Jul

Community service for canines

(Top) Rasmussen College academic dean Christina Skoglund, instructor Jason Lowewn, program coordinator Maia Maiden and student Laura Loveless get ready to wash cars at Rasmussen College’s eighth annual Community Service Day.

Wed
27
Jul

Cable commission cuts public access TV programs

Maplewood’s withdrawal has ‘severely impacted’ commission’s budget

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26
Jul

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published July 26, 2016


Jessica Fedje and Alyssa Wilhelm

Alyssa Wilhelm, a 2016 graduate from Roseville Area High School, took her passion for speech and not only got national recognition of her skills, but earned a college scholarship as well.

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