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Tue
28
Oct

6 not-so-spooky, local events on or around Halloween


File photo (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

For those looking for a way to keep their candy-fueled kids busy this weekend, here's a selection of family-friendly events in the South-West Review area. Did we miss any?

Tue
28
Oct

Curtiss Field project in Falcon Heights delayed

The city of Falcon Heights notified residents last week that the completion of the flood mitigation project underway at Curt

Tue
28
Oct

Forum urges action on Alzheimer’s projects

Roseville group seeks to make city ‘dementia friendly’
Within a year, Roseville might see new ecumenical religious services for people with memory loss and their caregivers.
Or a network of trained "gatekeeper" volunteers in neighborhoods and businesses helping seniors who show signs of Alzheimer’s disease. Or programs to help residents learn about dementia and how to help.

Tue
28
Oct

Little Canada chiropractor who raped client sentenced to 4 years

Paul David Thompson
Paul David Thompson

Senator questions licensing board’s procedures
A chiropractor with a clinic based in Little Canada was recently sentenced to 4 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping a female client during an appointment in May.
Paul David Thompson, 54, of Vadnais Heights was charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct: one in the third degree and another in the fifth degree. The fifth-degree charge was dropped per the plea agreement.

Mon
27
Oct

With two Mendota council vacancies, only one candidate runs

Although Mendota is dealing with a small pool of candidates this November, the tiny town at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers has some huge projects to handle. 

Mon
27
Oct

Mayoral, council candidates stay true to Sunfish Lake's traditions

Facing changes to its populace and housing stock, the leaders of Sunfish Lake are keeping in mind the city's traditions.

Mon
27
Oct

Lilydale: Tiny town with devoted, unopposed candidates

In the small political pond of Lilydale, three unopposed incumbents are again running to represent the town of about 700 people in the Nov. 4 general election.

Mon
27
Oct

Sex offender notification meeting Wednesday night in Vadnais Heights

The Ramsey County Sheriff's office is holding a public notification meeting in Vadnais Heights on Wednesday, Oct. 29, regarding a Level III sex offender who is registered to move into the city.

Mon
27
Oct

Longtime mayor envisions future of Inver Grove Heights

With the economy on the mend, Inver Grove Heights Mayor George Tourville says he's looking forward to more development in the city of nearly 34,000.

Mon
27
Oct

West St. Paul council candidates look to next term

While the mayoral and Ward 3 council races heat up, two West St. Paul City Council candidates are running unopposed in this year's election, offering them a chance to focus on the city's future.

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