Outdoor skating may become a memory as daytime high temperatures are slated to be well above freezing in the coming couple of weeks – hockey lovers can remember the good times Feb. 4 at Autumn Grove Park.
Bill Doi, 100, left, and Bill Hirabayashi, 93, live in Roseville. Both were born in Washington state and were incarcerated because of their Japanese heritage during World War II. Feb. 19 marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin Roosevelt’s executive order requiring their incarceration.
Americans of Japanese ancestry were ordered to U.S. camps in 1942
The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) announced on Feb. 1, that Bituminous Roadways, Inc. of Mendota Heights, Minn., won a 2016 Quality in Construction Award for excellence in construction of an asphalt pavement.
The Dakota County Public Health Department is seeking nominations for the annual Public Health Achievement Awards that will be presented before the Dakota County Board of Commissioners on April 5 as part of National Public Health Week.
Last summer, neighborhood complaints that 225 Warburton St. W. was becoming an eyesore led South St. Paul city staff to inspect the vacant house. On the rear portion of the house, they found rotted siding and collapsted rain gutters.
Mystery surrounds owner’s whereabouts
The fate of a dilapidated South St. Paul house was decided at the Feb. 6 council meeting. The home at 225 Warburton St. W., will need to either be repaired or removed by March 8.