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16
Aug

Today’s poll: Can anything good come out of a silver Camaro?

South-West Review police reports published August 16, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Sun
16
Aug

Inver Wood Golf Course offers footgolf

Elliot Gonsioroski carefully approaches the soccer ball, soon perfectly “putting” it into bucket number 1 of 18. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Elliot Gonsioroski carefully approaches the soccer ball, soon perfectly “putting” it into bucket number 1 of 18. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Exchanging clubs for feet

There’s another way to appreciate a golf course these days. And it’s growing in popularity.

Sun
16
Aug

Inver Grove Heights mother and son trek Inca Trail, fulfill humanitarian mission

Jennifer and Tyler Hartigan pose for a group photo along the Inca Trail in Peru this past July, during a humanitarian mission trip with Smile Network International. (submitted photo)
Jennifer and Tyler Hartigan pose for a group photo along the Inca Trail in Peru this past July, during a humanitarian mission trip with Smile Network International. (submitted photo)

From inside their tent on the Inca Trail, Jennifer Hartigan, 46, and her son, Tyler, 18, could hear wild llamas traipsing through their campsite.

Tue
11
Aug

South St. Paul man charged with stabbing murder of South St. Paul woman

Thomas Michael Luby

Thomas Michael Luby, 58, of South St. Paul, was charged Monday with one count of second-degree murder in connection with the intentional stabbing death of Kelly Ann Anderson, 45, also of South St. Paul.

Sun
09
Aug

St. Thomas Academy team wins national experimental vehicle challenge

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Sun
09
Aug

Man calls police to discuss disappointing Taco Bell customer service

South-West Review police reports published August 9, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Sun
09
Aug

Two area schools revamp, readying for fall

District 199 superintendent Dave Bernhardson points out the new entrance of Simley High School, where students and visitors will be immediately met by administrative offices and a reception area. In the past, these offices were closer to the center of the building. (Jesse Poole/Review)
District 199 superintendent Dave Bernhardson points out the new entrance of Simley High School, where students and visitors will be immediately met by administrative offices and a reception area. In the past, these offices were closer to the center of the building. (Jesse Poole/Review)

It's summer and most students are out of school, but that doesn't mean the lights are off and the hallways empty.

Wed
05
Aug

City wins case against Maplewood chicken owner

Nancy Blomquist, Anah, 12, and Lizzy, 10, hold Alice, a red star hen,  outside of the chicken coop that’s become a point of contention. (Erin Hinrichs photos/Review)
Nancy Blomquist, Anah, 12, and Lizzy, 10, hold Alice, a red star hen, outside of the chicken coop that’s become a point of contention. (Erin Hinrichs photos/Review)

On Aug. 3, Nancy Blomquist and her husband, Joe, sat inside the Ramsey County Courthouse in Maplewood, anxiously awaiting their turn before Ramsey County District Judge Patrick Diamond.

Mon
03
Aug

When copper was king in the U.P.

In the far background, the Eagle River Light Station sits on a bluff overlooking the river and offers stunning river view. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
In the far background, the Eagle River Light Station sits on a bluff overlooking the river and offers stunning river view. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

It's beautiful country, steeped in history and a half-day drive away
While the winters may be extreme, Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is beautiful year-round. Its hilly terrain is covered by hardwood and conifer trees; scenic waterfalls mark its rivers, and it boasts of miles of shoreline and many inland lakes. Wherever you are on the peninsula, you’re never more than 10 miles from Lake Superior. It’s a haven for people who enjoy nature and outdoor activities – no matter what the season.

Sun
02
Aug

West St. Paul man sentenced to 19 years in prison

Jorge Roman Vasquez, 36, of West St. Paul, was sentenced to 228 months in prison by Judge Timothy McManus in connection with an assault on a 35-year-old man at his apartment complex in West St.

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