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Outside patrols in cities served by St. Anthony police

As the area deals with the fallout from the police shooting on Larpenteur Avenue, the cities of St.

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Two-hour search for suspect in car thefts comes up dry

New Brighton police ask residents to ‘be vigilant’

New Brighton police conducted a two-hour search for a man who allegedly stole a car and then attempted to steal another.

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Kids show patriotism in parade

The annual Fourth of July Lake Elmo Kid’s Parade brought out all kinds of decorated transportation wheeling through downtown’s main streets.

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Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published July 13, 2016


Nicholas Cambronne constructed bow racks and quivers for Saint Paul Parks and Recreation’s new archery range.

Nicholas Cambronne, a Maplewood resident and 2016 graduate of Tartan High School has earned the designation of Eagle Scout from the Northern Star Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

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Washington County campfire programs continue July 16

 The Warner Nature Center will present a program on the barred owl during the campfire program at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, July 16, at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve.

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Maplewood fireworks fizzle on the Fourth


Maplewood’s Light It Up Fourth of July Celebration concluded with fireworks that could be seen all around Hazelwood Park. Weather conditions and pyrotechnics malfunctions cut the show short this year.

Weather conditions and pyrotechnics malfunctions resulted in the decision by Maplewood staff to halt the July Fourth “Light it Up” fireworks display mid-show. 

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Maplewood lights it up


Carter Peterson waited for a balloon sword and put it into action out at Hazelwood Park in Maplewood.
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A little more Summerfest


Clowns from the St. Paul Clown Club shared laughter with Oak Meadows residents at the Ted Bearth Grande Parade June 23.
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DNR offers advice for dealing with storm-damaged trees


The storm caused flooding and damage across the Twin Cities, including Maplewood where this black locust fell in a resident’s yard.

Cleanup following a storm can be an overwhelming task for homeowners. Knowing which trees to save and which to remove can impact safety and the survival of remaining trees, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Getting bitten by the writing bug


“Louisiana Saves the Library” is Emily Beck Cogburn’s first novel which was published February 2016 by Kensington Books and is available for purchase at Barns & Noble and Amazon.com.

Emily Cogburn

North St. Paul native releases debut novel with no plans of slowing down

“Louisiana Saves the Library” is almost like art imitating life, except this book isn’t autobiographical. 

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