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21
Jul

City of Little Canada seeks applications for Parks and Recreation Commission

The Council of the City of Little Canada is seeking applicants to fill one vacancy on the Little Canada Parks and Recreation Commission. The term of office is for approximately 16 months through Dec. 31, 2016.

Tue
21
Jul

Shoreview athlete takes gold in triathlon at National Senior Games

Shoreview resident Jeanne Minder received her triathlon gold medal in the National Senior Games with silver medalist Randeen Torvik Ragan, of Texas, and bronze medalist Deborah Ellis, of Ohio.
Shoreview resident Jeanne Minder received her triathlon gold medal in the National Senior Games with silver medalist Randeen Torvik Ragan, of Texas, and bronze medalist Deborah Ellis, of Ohio.

Ran Roseville bike shop triathlon team for 24 years

Tue
21
Jul

Roseville gets first glimpse of preliminary 2016 budget

Roseville city manager Pat Trudgeon presented his preliminary 2016 city budget to the city council at its July 13 meeting.

Sun
19
Jul

Airplane crashes at Fleming Field

A small plane crashes Sunday, July 12. (submitted photo)
A small plane crashes Sunday, July 12. (submitted photo)

A small airplane crashed at South St. Paul's Fleming Field during a take-off attempt just before 8 a.m. Sunday, July 12.

Sun
19
Jul

Residents wrestle with cable company moving in

CenturyLink uses a contracted construction company to set up a pole at the corner of Hingham Circle and Staples Avenue. This is the sight Linda Tapp woke up surprised to see recently one morning. (submitted photo)
CenturyLink uses a contracted construction company to set up a pole at the corner of Hingham Circle and Staples Avenue. This is the sight Linda Tapp woke up surprised to see recently one morning. (submitted photo)

Linda Tapp of Mendota Heights woke up one morning recently to the sound of a small construction crew outside her house at 9 Hingham Circle. She was surprised to discover the crew was planting a large wooden pole in her front yard.

Sun
19
Jul

City to boost marketing efforts for Robert Street businesses

Dave Cashman, owner of Big Splash Car Wash in West St. Paul, says construction on Robert Street hasn’t interrupted business much. But he’s worried his sign will be displaced when the sidewalk and trees go in. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Dave Cashman, owner of Big Splash Car Wash in West St. Paul, says construction on Robert Street hasn’t interrupted business much. But he’s worried his sign will be displaced when the sidewalk and trees go in. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

West St. Paul small-business owners focus on survival
With the southbound segment of Robert Street from Annapolis Street to Thompson Avenue currently torn up for reconstruction, small businesses along the thoroughfare are counting on customers being loyal enough to endure the detours.
Over at the Big Splash Car Wash, owner Dave Cashman says he gave his customers the heads up to start using the back entrance. Despite losing power and water on a few occasions, his greatest long-term concern is having to move his roadside sign to eventually make way for a new boulevard tree.

Sun
19
Jul

HealthPartners breaks ground on new East Side neuroscience center

HealthPartners President and CEO Mary Brainerd addresses the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony for their new Neuroscience Center. The 130,000 square foot building is in construction and should be finished in early 2017. (submitted photo)
HealthPartners President and CEO Mary Brainerd addresses the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony for their new Neuroscience Center. The 130,000 square foot building is in construction and should be finished in early 2017. (submitted photo)
As of Wednesday, July 8, crews had begun construction on a new 130,000 square foot medical building.
 
Sun
19
Jul

South-West Review area people - published July 19, 2015

Julie Sinn, a 2012 graduate of Simley High School, has received the Talle Family Scholarship from the College of Arts at the University of Minnesota. Julie is the daughter of Trish and Mike Sinn of Inver Grove Heights.

Sun
19
Jul

Changes made to city’s compost site

Effective June 13, South St. Paul’s compost site no longer accepts brush. However, the city has partnered with S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists, Inc.

Sun
19
Jul

Blue-green algae not yet determined in Simley Lake

According to the City of Inver Grove Heights, there has been concern that blue-green algae may be blooming in Simley Lake.

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