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Wed
14
Sep

Maplewood police see uptick in financial exploitation cases

Five separate cases result in theft of more than $180,000

Wed
14
Sep

Alleged burglar arrested in North St. Paul

On the morning of Sept. 8, North St. Paul police assisted the Roseville Police Department and the East Metro SWAT team in serving an arrest warrant for an alleged felony-level burglar staying in North St. Paul. 

Wed
14
Sep

Mississippi rowers visit local schools

On Sept. 8, four paddlers made landfall in Minneapolis to visit Twin Cities schools.

Wed
14
Sep

Maplewood moving to give control of city community center to YMCA

Maplewood staff and staff with the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities are considering transferring control of the Maplewood Community Center operations from the city of Maplewood to the YMCA as an expansion of a partnership that began last year. 

Wed
14
Sep

Goodbye summer; hello autumn


Last May, Paul Anderson was awarded the Legacy Award by the city of North St. Paul. Now the former city councilman is being honored as grand marshal of the Fall Round-Up parade.

North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up parade will march through town Sept. 15

Wed
14
Sep

Remembering our heroes

Guest speaker U.S. Army National Guard Major Hetteen looks over his notes before the POW-MIA Candlelight March and Memorial Service gets underway. There are still 80,000 unaccounted for, not forgotten.

Tue
13
Sep

Como Park Lutheran Church marks its 90th anniversary


Located at 1376 Hoyt Ave. W. in St. Paul on the border of Falcon Heights and blocks away from Roseville, Como Park Lutheran Church is celebrating its 90th anniversary this month.

When Jim Otto talks about Como Park Lutheran Church, where he’s been a member all his life, the memories of people, pastors and activities are recalled with wistful tenderness.

Tue
13
Sep

What’s growing on?


Roseville’s orchard is at Muriel Sahlin Arboretum in Central Park and is a part of The Food Group’s Fruits of the City program. When the orchard begins producing fruit in a couple of years, the fruit will be donated to local food shelves.

Roseville’s orchard reaches its first fall

Roseville’s Muriel Sahlin Arboretum in Central Park might not be known for its edible offerings, but that may be changing.

Tue
13
Sep

Falcon Heights council walks out of work session


John Thompson and Falcon Heights resident Chuck Laszewski hugged following a heated discussion about black people’s fears of police at what was a Falcon Heights City Council work session on Sept. 7. Working in the wake of the police killing of Philando Castile in the suburb in July, the council was discussing a proposed city policing task force, though it walked out after protestors disrupted the meeting.

Protesters and residents discuss race issues long after officials are gone

Sun
11
Sep

Become a master recycler

Registration is now open for Dakota County’s master recycler program. This six-week course takes place on Thursdays from Oct. 6 to Nov. 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. 

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