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Dakota County libraries kicking off summer ‘Bookawocky’ reading program for kids

Children of all ages won’t be able to put down their favorite books while participating in a summer reading program at Dakota County libraries. 

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19
Jun

Young thespians taking on roles in ‘Wizard of Oz’


Natalie Bielejeski

Several area students are about to take the stage in Open Window Theatre’s production of “The Wizard of Oz.”

Mikaela Gaworski, 15, of West St. Paul has a starring role— the Wicked Witch — in the theatrical production.

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19
Jun

Work to begin on Mendota Road, Warrior Drive


Warrior Drive, High Ridge Circle and Sibley Court will all be rehabilitated, while Mendota Road from Delaware Avenue to Oak Street will be reconstructed.

Work is expected to start June 20 on the Mendota Road Neighborhood Improvement Project. 

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19
Jun

Southview Blvd. project one step closer to construction


Work on Southview Boulevard will include the addition of center turn lanes, bump-outs and a possible mini-roundabout.

Construction on Southview Boulevard in South St. Paul is one step close to reality. 

Sun
19
Jun

Mayor selects Todd Axtell as new police chief

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman announced his choice for the new St. Paul police chief on June 6 at Rondo Community Outreach Library.

Sun
19
Jun

What’s up on East Third Street?


At the corner of East Third Street and Flandrau Street, the temporary water main pipes run up and down both sides of East Third Street and connect to resident’s home via hoses.

Residents curious about the PVC piping

East Siders may have noticed an odd configuration of PVC pipes connected to fire hydrants along East Third Street recently.

Sun
19
Jun

The name of the game is bike lanes


Ramsey County and the city of St. Paul supported the removal of parking on both sides of the street from Burns to White Bear Avenues because they felt it was the safest alternative for cyclists of all abilities.

After months of planning, changing plans and confusing residents, a decision has been made as to how to implement marked bike lanes along Upper Afton Road, at least community leaders hope so.

Fri
17
Jun

Mendota Heights council terminates probationary sergeant


Sgt. Bobby Lambert spoke before a full council chamber at the June 7 meeting regarding the Mendota Heights council’s decision to possibly terminate him.

Sgt. Bobby Lambert says he’s victim of retaliation

Fri
17
Jun

Cars leave the roadway after pavement buckles on Highway 36


The rear end of an SUV is pitched into the air on Highway 36 June 11 as seen in footage from a Minnesota Department of Transportation traffic camera. Pavement buckled on the roadway due to the heat -- the roadway was fixed shortly after the buckle was reported. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)

Soaring temperatures the evening of June 11 caused pavement on Highway 36 to buckle on the border of Maplewood and Little Canada at Edgerton Street.

Wed
15
Jun

Congratulations graduates!


North High teachers line Aldrich Arena, greeting the 111th graduation class June 8. Speakers would include Principal Greg Nelson, Superintendent Christine Osorio, Distinguished Alumni Colonel and Army Staff Chaplain John Joseph Morris, faculty Robert Hackney grateful for the many satisfying moments at North, and students Rachel Sandquist and Sean Martin.

High school graduates walk with pride

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