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Wed
27
Apr

New Oakdale Cub Foods plans ribbon-cutting event

City leaders and Oakdale Chamber of Commerce members plan to attend a ribbon cutting event Tuesday, May 10, at Cub Foods’ new, larger location within the Bergen Plaza.

Wed
27
Apr

Mounds Park Academy students study rainwater gardens for Earth Day


Students from Mounds Park Academy’s pre-kindergarten through fourth-grade classes were led by upper school science teacher Mitch Thompson on a tour of the Maplewood school’s rainwater gardens. (submitted photo)

On April 21, Mounds Park Academy pre-kindergarten through fourth-grade students explored the extensive rainwater gardens surrounding the pond on the Larpenteur Avenue campus in their ongoing quest to become “citizen scientists.” 

Wed
27
Apr

BRING ON SPRING

From top to bottom: An Eastern bluebird is spotted in the Oakdale Nature Preserve. Oakdale crews clear wood, sending it through the chipper for new wood chip pathways. Construction continues on the new boardwalk across Mud Lake April 20.

Tue
26
Apr

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


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On April 9 the robotics team from Roseville Area High School was a finalist at the Minnesota 10,000 Lakes Regional Tournament.

Tue
26
Apr

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


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Elise Kendall, a 2011 graduate from Roseville Area High School, is a member of a team of Iowa State students from the College of Agriculture, which won the Iowa Student Innovation of the Year award from the Iowa Technology Associa

Tue
26
Apr

Little Canada and Shoreview brace for the sound of silence


Xcel Energy power connections are needed to finish quiet zone work at the Jerrold Avenue railroad crossing in Shoreview and another crossing in Little Canada. Houses sit fewer than 50 feet from the Jerrold crossing, where trains are still required to sound their whistles until the quiet zone is in place. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Railroad quiet zones expected to be complete in June

Some two years after the Legislature set aside $2 million to create railroad quiet zones in Little Canada and Shoreview, the loud train whistles that disturbed so many residents may finally fall silent in June.

That’s according to a quiet zone news update posted to the Little Canada city website April 18, which said railroad construction necessary for the zones being carried out by Canadian Pacific Railway was nearly complete.

Tue
26
Apr

County shows off plan for new Rice Street bridge at I-694


Ramsey County is asking the state for $20.5 million to replace the Rice Street bridge at Interstate 694, which was built in 1958. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)

If funding is secured, construction would begin in 2018

As work begins to widen the Interstate 694 corridor through Shoreview, Ramsey County is visiting cities on the work’s eastern edge to shore up support for designs of a new Rice Street bridge over the interstate.

The county presented plans for the bridge at the April 13 Little Canada City Council meeting. 

Tue
26
Apr

Roseville veterans advocate earns award fit for presidents, Nobel winners


Jerry and Jana Kyser pose for a photo. “She’s my great partner in this,” says Kyser of his wife. (submitted photo)

What do Joe DiMaggio, Mary Lou Retton, Jimmy Carter, Rosa Parks and Roseville’s Jerry Kyser all have in common?

Tue
26
Apr

Purple, please

Trees bloomed white and purple April 16 in Lauderdale Community Park – the beneficiaries of spring rain. (Linda E. Andersen/Review )

Mon
25
Apr

Police pursuit ends in Wisconsin lake


The Hudson Fire/Dive Team pulled Maunu’s Honda Odyssey out of Lake Mallalieu after the vehicle rolled off a boat launch into the water. (Photo courtesy of the Hudson Police Department)

One woman’s ‘thrill of the chase’ leads to water rescue and arrest

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