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West St. Paul offers summer fun at newly renovated Harmon Park

The West St. Paul Recreation Department is taking advantage of the recently renovated Harmon Park to offer special programming for kids on Fridays this summer. 

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Local students to benefit from national campaign

Young students in Inver Grove Heights will soon benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign. 

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West St. Paul art to be celebrated on Smith Avenue

West St. Paul artists and art lovers will stroll down Smith Avenue in West St. Paul for the fourth annual Art on the Avenue on Saturday, July 23, from 4 to 8 p.m. 

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Albert Lea man sentenced for death in South St. Paul hotel room


Dustin Chenevert

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced July 8 that Dustin Charles Chenevert, 27, was sentected to nearly five years after pleading guilty to one count of second-degree manslaughter in connection with the death of 18-year-old Colton Jayce

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South St. Paul council approves grant application requests


Work on Wentworth Avenue would include construction of sidewalk on the south side of the street from 15th Avenue to US 52.

Proposed Wentworth sidewalks and Concord Street changes spark lively discussions

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Gateway Gold Line study

A new health impact assessment has identified opportunities to promote and improve health through innovative land use changes around the Gateway Gold Line Bus Rapid Transit stations.

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The power of neighborhood collaboration


Jeremy Sartain, along with his sons Kai and Ezra, load bikes into the trailer Sartain will be using as a portable bike repair shop for ESP Bikes.

East Side businesses are coming together to support ESP Bikes

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Likely Totem Town exit sees possible community divide


The facilities at Boys Totem Town are aging and the county must decide whether to relocate or rebuild.

2009 plan calls for preserving wooded site as open space

The Boys Totem Town correctional facility has been operating on the East Side for more than 100 years.

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Dragon Festival


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July 9 and 10 saw the 18th annual Dragon Festival celebration at Lake Phalen. The festival is a celebration of pan-Asian culture and heritage.

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Three predatory offenders moving to East Side

At a meeting on July 14, St. Paul police released the names and addresses of three, level three predatory offenders that are moving into various neighborhoods on the East Side. 

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