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Wednesday, 02/20/19
Little Angels preschool students from Guardian Angels Church on Fourth Street North in Oakdale walked down Fourth to give seniors valentines at Oak Meadows Senior Living on Feb. 14. + continue reading
Wednesday, 02/20/19
City to study its approach to tobacco sales    Following an Oakdale Police Department recommendation, on Feb. 12 the Oakdale City Council approved a yearlong moratorium on planning and licensing tobacco stores.  Police Chief Bill Sullivan said the main reason,... + continue reading

screenshot After being interviewed by the three-member Maplewood City Council, longtime residents Sylvia Neblett (pictured) and William Knutson were sworn in to fill two council vacancies on Feb. 11.
Wednesday, 02/20/19
The Maplewood City Council appointed two new members at its Feb. 11 meeting.  William Knutson, 70, and Sylvia Neblett, 62, both decades-long Maplewood residents, were sworn in as the newest members of the council. Each will serve two-year terms, then their seats will be up for... + continue reading

Matt Hudson photos Ken Pelto with Ramsey County prepares a sled for use at Keller Regional Park Golfview Picnic Area on Feb. 12. Ramsey County set up a winter recreation station for free use in early February.
Tuesday, 02/19/19
The blowing snow on a Tuesday meant few were showing up, but Ken Pelto with Ramsey County Parks and Recreation was setting up just in case. The county hosted 10 days of winter activities from Feb. 8 to 18. Pelto and others set up a mobile activity center atop the hills of the Keller... + continue reading
Tuesday, 02/19/19
Fourth-grade students at Falcon Heights Elementary are painting a mural in their school’s lunchroom based on the theme of “Cultivating a Caring Community.” The kids are backed by the City of Falcon Heights, which received a St. Paul Foundation grant of $20,000 to support the work.... + continue reading

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Monday, 02/18/19
In the continuing development of the old 3M sites on the East Side, a new, 86,000-square-foot commercial space at 955 Wells St. had its grand opening on Feb. 5. The space is a part of the St. Paul... + continue reading

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02/18/19

courtesy of Dakota County Dakota County is looking at two master plan concepts for Thompson Park in West St. Paul. Senior county planner Lil Leatham said it won’t be one concept over the other, but rather aspects from each concept will be taken and used to create a preferred plan that should be complete by the end of the year.
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Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 02/19/19
Fourth-grade students at Falcon Heights Elementary are painting a mural in their school’s lunchroom based on the theme of “Cultivating a Caring Community.” The kids are backed by the City of... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


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Wednesday, 02/20/19
Little Angels preschool students from Guardian Angels Church on Fourth Street North in Oakdale walked down Fourth to give seniors valentines at Oak Meadows Senior Living on Feb. 14. + continue reading

screenshot After being interviewed by the three-member Maplewood City Council, longtime residents Sylvia Neblett (pictured) and William Knutson were sworn in to fill two council vacancies on Feb. 11.
02/20/19

Matt Hudson photos Ken Pelto with Ramsey County prepares a sled for use at Keller Regional Park Golfview Picnic Area on Feb. 12. Ramsey County set up a winter recreation station for free use in early February.
02/19/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 02/20/19
City to study its approach to tobacco sales    Following an Oakdale Police Department recommendation, on Feb. 12 the Oakdale City Council approved a yearlong moratorium on planning... + continue reading

screenshot After being interviewed by the three-member Maplewood City Council, longtime residents Sylvia Neblett (pictured) and William Knutson were sworn in to fill two council vacancies on Feb. 11.
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Matt Hudson photos Ken Pelto with Ramsey County prepares a sled for use at Keller Regional Park Golfview Picnic Area on Feb. 12. Ramsey County set up a winter recreation station for free use in early February.
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Bulletin Area

02/19/2019
Ramsey County gives Arden Hills deadline on mediation    Ramsey County won’t attend the next meeting of the Joint Development Authority board tasked with redeveloping the former Twin... + continue reading

Matt Hudson Silver Lake as seen Feb. 12.
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courtesy of City of St. Anthony Village This graphic, presented to the St. Anthony City Council on Feb. 12, shows that levels of chlorophyll-a in Silver Lake have exceeded state standards in recent years. Two other separate measures of lake water quality were recorded that met state standards.
02/19/2019

courtesy Dan Wenkel Students at the Have Faith Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, take part in science lessons led by visiting Twin Cities educators.
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02/19/2019
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