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After chaotic end to 2017, Dayton’s Bluff Community Council slowly stabilizing

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council board of directors has slowly been picking up the pieces to stabilize the organization following tumultuous events at the end of last year.

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Payne Avenue’s Caydence Records wins business award, turns to events


Abby Grosse/Review • Caydence Records offers a comfortable space for coffee and conversation, as well as a newly renovated event space that will host the the first-ever Caydence Fest two-day event starting on March 23.

Just a year and a half into its existence, Caydence Records received the East Side Area Business Association’s 2017 “Business of the Year” award on Feb. 8 at ESABA’s annual meeting.

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A year with chickens

Mendota Heights council proposes changes to ordinance.

 

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Semitrailer driver charged after causing a fatal accident on Highway 36


Samuel Hicks

Police say texting while driving is allegedly to blame.

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Maplewood sues fire relief organization over surplus pension fund money

Since Jan. 25, Maplewood has been transitioning its fire department from a model employing mostly part-time firefighters to a one employing entirely full-time firefighters. 

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SNAPSHOT: Christian Cupboard Community Food Shelf’s new building opens

submitted photo • The Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf held a ribbon cutting event at its new Oakdale location Feb. 27. The new building is located at 8260 Fourth St. N.

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Weaver Elementary School’s music teacher named a semifinalist for Teacher of the Year


Shaylee McComb

One teacher from School District 622 was recently named a semifinalist in this year’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year award, which is presented by Education Minnesota, the state’s teachers’ union.

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Mounds View ordinance amendment necessary for gun range shot down


screenshot • Residents packed the Mounds View City Council’s Feb. 26 meeting, showing up in force to oppose a city code amendment that would have cleared the way for a proposed gun range in the city. The council voted 3-2 to drop the amendment.

In a council chambers so packed people were stuck in the hallway trying to listen through doors, the Mounds View City Council voted Feb.

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Roseville ‘ninja’ gym features obstacles inspired by popular NBC show


Katie Lauer photos • Ian Marquez, Ellie Northrop, Nancy Trejo, Jaysen Sly, Mackenzie Flaharty, Ryan Wu and Tyler Palzer attended a Tuesday evening class at Five Star Ninja Warrior in Roseville. The gym, located at 2500 Cleveland Ave., offers a different kind of fitness with obstacles and endurance training.

Pulling, swinging, leaping, climbing — a new gym offers a different type of fitness in Roseville with its obstacle and endurance training.

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New Brighton council sends letter to residents explaining even-year election move

New Brighton residents recently found an unusual letter from the city in their mailboxes.

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