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South St. Paul service shop owner recognized for service to the community


Abby Grosse/Review • Luke Gullerud and Steve Mankowski at Black Sheep Coffee Cafe. Gullerud nominated Mankowski for the South St. Paul-Inver Grove Heights Rotary Club’s 2018 Service to Others Humanitarian Recognition award, which he won.

Seventh-grader Luke Gullerud gets to live out many a kid’s dream: he helps out in an auto shop on weekends and during breaks from school, learning the tools of the trade. 

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25
Mar

Maplewood adopts vision plan for the Rice-Larpenteur area

The Rice-Larpenteur Gateway Area Vision Plan will be added to Maplewood’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan after a unanimous city council vote March 12. 

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25
Mar

Students of District 622 walk out during nationwide protest


Aundrea Kinney photo/Review • North High School students walked out of class March 14 as part of a national protest against school shootings. Above,

Many students from North St.

Fri
23
Mar

Oakdale City Council member charged with DWI


Mark Landis

Charges stem from November arrest

 

Tue
20
Mar

‘If we don’t stand up for ourselves, who will?’


Mike Munzenrider photos • Led by members of the group Students Against Gun Violence, Roseville Area High School students joined nationwide walkouts against gun violence March 14.

Roseville students join nationwide walkouts against gun violence.

Tue
20
Mar

SAVHS students join walkouts, hold Parkland vigil


Solomon Gustavo photos • St. Anthony Village High School students joined students nationwide in walking out of school March 14 to recognize the 17 students killed during the Feb. 14 Parkland, Florida, school shooting. Lily Vanner, bottom right with the megaphone, said the name of each Parkland victim, followed by a minute of silence.

Junior Emma Friend and seniors Natalie Spotts, Lily Vanner and April Dexter stood in the front office of St. Anthony Village High School a little before 10 a.m.

Tue
20
Mar

No charges for deputy who fatally shot man in Vadnais Heights

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office announced March 15 that no charges would be filed against the sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed Darren Robert Jahnke in Vadnais Heights nearly a year ago.

Tue
20
Mar

Rice Creek Commons development moving along


courtesy of Ramsey County • A rendering of Alatus LLC’s Rice Creek Commons proposal, which is nearly complete and will need to be approved by the Joint Development Authority of Arden Hills and Ramsey County, the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners and Arden Hills City Council.

Following years of cleaning up contamination left by the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant to residential standards, and years of infrastructure planning, the Rice Creek Commons development deal between Alatus LLC and the joint authority of

Tue
20
Mar

Library program will help families sort out wills, advance directives and other legal documents

Feeling confused, overwhelmed — even guilty — when you see those TV ads offering to sell you a will, power of attorney, trust or other legal documents? Think you’re too young to worry?

Tue
20
Mar

Roseville council sees vision plan for Rice and Larpenteur area


graphic courtesy of City of Roseville • Though redevelopment in the Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue corridor will ultimately be market-driven, the vision plan calls for completely updating and revitalizing the area.

The Roseville City Council got a look at a Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue vision plan March 12 that could help guide the redevelopment of the intersection and the corridor in years to come.

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