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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

Wed
15
Jun

Reducing goose population means food for those in need


Geese and goslings hover on the edge of a road off of Highway 96 in Shoreview.

While Shoreview officials say the city’s purpose in reducing its burgeoning Canada goose population is largely for health and cleanliness reasons, the effort has recently met another need as well.

Wed
15
Jun

New Brighton fills the boot

For over 40 years New Brighton Fire has been helping raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association though the Fill the Boot fundraising campaign.

Wed
15
Jun

Rail crossings to go quiet after three years of noise


Houses that abut railroad property near the crossing on Demont Avenue in Little Canada can expect relief from train whistle blasts beginning June 15, as the Demont crossing and seven others in the area become railroad quiet zones.

City officials in Little Canada and Shoreview have said it’s unlike anything they’ve experienced before.

Wed
15
Jun

Shoreview girl to perform the dance of her life


Shoreview resident, Deepta Jasthi, practiced for her upcoming solo dance debut at the Kala Vandanam Chakra Studio in downtown St. Paul on June 11.

Some kids take up an instrument, some play a sport, others dig into the arts. Deepta Jasthi, 14, does all three.

Wed
15
Jun

Car show’s soggy start didn’t dampen spirits

North St. Paul’s Friday night History Cruzers car show kicked off June 3. Although there were no vintage vehicles on display due to the rain, the public safety open house kept residents and visitors entertained. 

Wed
15
Jun

Candidates determined for primary election

Candidate filing for federal, state, county and some local offices closed on May 31. The primary election takes place on Aug. 9 and general election is Nov. 8. 

Wed
15
Jun

Washington County campfire programs continue with ‘Tall Tales,’ woodpeckers June 18

Dwight Wilcox will present “Tall Tales” during the campfire program 7:15 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve.

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