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Oakdale council shakes up, but mayor stays put

The Oakdale City Council had three of its four seats up for grabs this fall, and each will be filled by a new face. 

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North St. Paul returns incumbent, former member to council

Furlong unopposed for mayor 

 

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Tartan football wins first section title in school history

In 1971, a school on the corner of 10th Street and Greenway Avenue in Oakdale was created because of growth in the community. 

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District 42A changes hands, again

DFLer Kelly Moller scored a resounding Election Day victory by recent standards in House District 42A, beating incumbent Republican Rep. Randy Jessup by more than 3,200 votes.

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Ramsey County Library seeks feedback for new master plan


file photo The new $16 million Shoreview Library, which opened in January 2017, was the final project in the Ramsey County Library system’s previous master plan. The library system is now seeking public input on its master plan for 2025 and beyond.

The Ramsey County Library system wants to hear from library users to help develop its master plan for 2025 and beyond.

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Incumbents run table in Arden Hills, Shoreview, Lauderdale, Little Canada and Mounds View

Election Day was a good day for incumbent city council members in Arden Hills, Shoreview, Lauderdale, Little Canada and Mounds View — it didn’t hurt that many ran unopposed this fall.

 

Arden Hills

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Incumbents win, experienced newcomer joining Roseville council

Coming out of a lively campaign season in which a pre-primary field of nine candidates were up for three seats, the Roseville City Council will be mostly the same come next year.

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Fletcher back as sheriff; Rettman’s out

McCollum and Choi cruise to victory

Voters weighed in Nov. 6 on county races as well as who will represent them in Congress, electing some familiar candidates, along with a newcomer.

 

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No surprises as incumbents cruise in 41A, 41B, 42B and 66A

It was all comfortable margins for the DFL incumbents in House districts 41A, 41B, 42B and 66A, who by the end of Election Day on Nov. 6 had all tallied at least 60 percent of the vote in their respective races to win.

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New Brighton voters stick with even-year elections

A multi-year controversy was seemingly put to an end Nov. 6 when New Brighton voters, 61.76 percent, cast a ballot to keep on the books an ordinance switching city elections from odd to even years.

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