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Tot Boss prepares for ‘The Great Minnesota Get Together’


Dan Docken, the owner and operator of the Tot Boss food truck, will be serving his food at the Minnesota State Fair this year. He says he enjoys getting to know his customers and is fluent in sign language.

Local food truck one of only two new State Fair vendors

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NEVER FORGOTTEN


Strung along the pedestrian bridge, blue lights and personalized hearts represented law enforcement who died in the line of duty. A candle light vigil with blue glow sticks for our fallen officers was held in North St. Paul Aug. 1 and planned for each night through Aug. 4.
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Summer Santas celebrate Christmas in July


Santa Greg and Santa Randy stop by the appetizers and desserts table.
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ST. ANTHONY VILLAGEFEST 2016


The huge inflatables at the Villagefest celebration got kids and families moving around Aug. 6. There was a space devoted to games for children, sponsored by the St. Anthony Village High School band boosters.
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New-to-Minnesota bat found in Arden Hills


An evening bat was caught and studied in Arden Hills by researchers in July. This was the first time this species of bat has been confirmed to be found in Minnesota.

Discovered by team working against bat-killing disease

many people, they’re little fury balls of flying fright. That’s not, however, the case for everyone, every time.

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New playground structure planned for Northwood Park


The Northwood Park playground is already being removed to make way for a new play structure.

The removal of the playground structure at Northwood Park, located at the corner of First Street North and Northwood Drive in North St. Paul, began Aug. 1. The playground is being removed to make room for a new structure.

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Volunteers sought for five Ramsey County committees

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is currently seeking individuals to serve on the following boards and committees:

• Capital Improvement Program Citizens Advisory Committee

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Aug

School of Music & Mayhem goes solar

On May 16, the School of Music & Mayhem flipped the switch and is now powered 100 percent by solar energy, becoming the first music school in the Midwest to be powered entirely by the sun.

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Washington County Board reviews future need for library facilities, considers replacing 2 libraries

Recent County Board direction to begin planning to replace two existing Washington County libraries and make an upgrade to a third reflects the ongoing value of libraries to communities and county residents. 

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Great-grandchild of early Maplewood settler turns 95


Harold Carver dances with Viktoria, his youngest daughter, at his 95th birthday celebration.

On Saturday, July 30, Harold Lee Carver celebrated his 95th birthday. He is the last remaining great-grandchild of Thomas Carver, one of the first settlers of south Maplewood and the namesake for Carver Lake. 

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