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Tue
30
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Midwest legislators pass local lawmaker’s resolution to improve Native American schools


Mary Kunesh-Podein

The Midwest Legislative Conference unanimously passed a resolution by Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein of New Brighton on July 24, urging the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education to improve the management, oversight and performance of its 183 schools. 

Wed
24
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Stockyard Days Grand Parade rescheduled


The planned route for the 2019 Stockyard Days Grand Parade, which will take place at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3. (courtesy of City of New Brighton)

Due to construction on Interstate 35W, New Brighton’s Stockyard Days festival has moved its parade from Thursday, Aug. 8, to Saturday, Aug. 3 at 3 p.m. 

Wed
17
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Dementia-Friendly Airports Working Group launches survey

The Twin Cities-based Dementia-Friendly Airports Working Group has launched an online survey, “Traveling with Dementia — Airport Stories Survey,” to gather information and stories about air travel experiences from persons with dementia and their c

Tue
09
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: North Oaks, Shoreview and St. Anthony recognized by League of Minnesota Cities

North Oaks, St. Anthony named “Cities of Excellence”

Tue
09
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Mounds View resident ends tenure on Aquatennial Ambassador Crew


Marjorie Weinhagen

The 2019 Minneapolis Aquatennial Ambassador Crew, which includes Mounds View resident Marjorie Weinhagen, will be ending its term during this year’s festival in late July. 

Tue
02
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: State Fair hiring event

The Minnesota State Fair will host its fourth annual job fair from 4 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10, in the fairgrounds’ Progress Center, located at 1621 Randall Ave. in Falcon Heights.

Tue
02
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Long-term southbound I-35W traffic shift and ramp closure

In preparation for pavement resurfacing, southbound Interstate 35W has been reduced to two lanes between County Road 88 and County Road C and traffic has been shifted to the northbound lanes through November.

Tue
02
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Wanted: Little Canada firefighters

Firefighters have a tough job. Firefighting is hard, dirty work. It is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States, but the work is rewarding. Many people are grateful for what you do.

Tue
02
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Early voting open for Ramsey County Board primary election

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners has approved a special election for Ramsey County Commissioner in District 1, following the resignation of Blake Huffman.

Tue
02
Jul

NEWSBRIEF: Rice Street reopens to traffic between Vadnais Boulevard and Gramsie RoadRice Street reopens to traffic between Vadnais Boulevard and Gramsie Road

Rice Street between Vadnais Boulevard and Gramsie Road is again open to traffic in both directions. Lane closures had been in place since mid-April due to flooding from Lake Vadnais and the surrounding watershed. 

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