Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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  Spencer Tucker tried his luck at Lake Josephine during the May 14 fishing opener. He bundled up, too — the reported low temperature for the day was a brisk 34 degrees. (Linda E. Andersen/Review) + continue reading

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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Lexington Avenue at Highway 36 will close on Tuesday, May 31, at 6 a.m., as work to replace the highway bridge over Lexington continues, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The $10 million project will replace the highway bridge, which was built in 1938, with two spans that... + continue reading

Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and Officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12 at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at St. Paul Hmong Alliance Church in Maplewood for the Roseville officers killed in the line of duty. The children of Officer Howard Johnson, who was killed by a bank robbery suspect in 1972, can be seen at right. “They show up every year” for the ceremony, Rosand said. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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Slain Roseville officers remembered National Police Week was May 15-21 — President John F. Kennedy designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week surrounding that date as Police Week in 1962. During Police Week, events held throughout Ramsey Country honored officers who died in... + continue reading

Margaret Street, at the intersection of East Seventh Street, has been changed to a one-way street. The “Edible Streetscape” project will be planting in the large, round planters seen in the newly drawn “bump outs.”
Sunday, May 22, 2016
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This summer, East Seventh Street will be a showcase for local food “to honor and share the diverse healthy food traditions that we have on the East Side,” said Tracy Sides, executive director of Urban Oasis. On May 26, Urban Oasis, along with Urban Roots and the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council... + continue reading

The class consisted of both tobacco users and those who had family that used. Many of the students said they hope to share what they learned within their community.
Sunday, May 22, 2016
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Participants in the Karen Tobacco-Free program have finished up the first five-week course that educates them on the harmful effects of tobacco use.  The course was similar to any high school health class, where students learned what is in tobacco products, how nicotine is addictive, peer... + continue reading

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Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and Officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12 at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at St. Paul Hmong Alliance Church in Maplewood for the Roseville officers killed in the line of duty. The children of Officer Howard Johnson, who was killed by a bank robbery suspect in 1972, can be seen at right. “They show up every year” for the ceremony, Rosand said. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Margaret Street, at the intersection of East Seventh Street, has been changed to a one-way street. The “Edible Streetscape” project will be planting in the large, round planters seen in the newly drawn “bump outs.”

The class consisted of both tobacco users and those who had family that used. Many of the students said they hope to share what they learned within their community.

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Tuesday, 05/24/16
Paid off his mortgage, credit cards, with mom’s money A Roseville man pleaded guilty to two counts of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult May 11 in Ramsey County District Court. James Eugene Moon, 65, admitted to using his status as power of attorney over his then 88-... + continue reading

Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and Officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12 at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at St. Paul Hmong Alliance Church in Maplewood for the Roseville officers killed in the line of duty. The children of Officer Howard Johnson, who was killed by a bank robbery suspect in 1972, can be seen at right. “They show up every year” for the ceremony, Rosand said. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Tuesday, 05/24/16
Slain Roseville officers remembered National Police Week was May 15-21 — President John F. Kennedy designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week surrounding that date as Police Week in 1962. During Police Week, events held throughout Ramsey Country honored officers... + continue reading

(courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)
Tuesday, 05/24/16
Lexington Avenue at Highway 36 will close on Tuesday, May 31, at 6 a.m., as work to replace the highway bridge over Lexington continues, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The $10 million project will replace the highway bridge, which was built in 1938, with two... + continue reading
Tuesday, 05/24/16
  Spencer Tucker tried his luck at Lake Josephine during the May 14 fishing opener. He bundled up, too — the reported low temperature for the day was a brisk 34 degrees. (Linda E. Andersen/Review) + continue reading
Monday, 05/23/16
Anna Jaskulka, 18, a senior at North High School, died May 21 at Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury. She was found unresponsive at home after attending prom that night at the Landmark Center in St. Paul. "We know there was alcohol involved. We don't know anything else for certain, yet... + continue reading

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Sunday, 05/22/16
Thursday, April 21 — Wednesday, April 27 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

The graph above compares the fine particle (PM2.5) concentration of Payne-Phalen and other test sites. These daily concentrations are the averages of the readings taken during 24-hour cycles. (courtesy of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency)
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The graph above compares the air toxins measured in Payne-Phalen with Minneapolis, St. Paul and the suburbs. (courtesy of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency)
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Margaret Street, at the intersection of East Seventh Street, has been changed to a one-way street. The “Edible Streetscape” project will be planting in the large, round planters seen in the newly drawn “bump outs.”
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There will be 10 planters along East Seventh Street that will include information cards on where to buy produce and which area restaurants cook with the featured produce. (courtesy of Urban Oasis)
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The class consisted of both tobacco users and those who had family that used. Many of the students said they hope to share what they learned within their community.
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Students were given a post-test to see how much they had learned over the five-week tobacco education course.
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From left to right, Ner Mu, Eugenia Canaan, Eh Tah Khu (co-executive director of Karen Organization of Minnesota), and Tha Da Loo all helped create, teach and host the course.
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South West Review


There’s no need to head north to land a lunker. There are plenty of quality fishing spots for families to enjoy right in the metro area. (submitted photo/Minnesota DNR)
Sunday, 05/22/16
 While heading north for a  big fishing trip may be a Minnesota tradition, people living in the Twin Cities need not worry about missing out on quality angling if circumstances keep them at... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 05/24/16
Paid off his mortgage, credit cards, with mom’s money A Roseville man pleaded guilty to two counts of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult May 11 in Ramsey County District Court.... + continue reading

Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and Officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12 at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at St. Paul Hmong Alliance Church in Maplewood for the Roseville officers killed in the line of duty. The children of Officer Howard Johnson, who was killed by a bank robbery suspect in 1972, can be seen at right. “They show up every year” for the ceremony, Rosand said. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Roseville named parks to honor its slain officers. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup presented its final report May 9 to the city council (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Wednesday, 05/18/16
Fire/EMS workgroup presented findings to city council Maplewood assistant fire chief Mike Mondor appears to be in line for a promotion. The Maplewood fire/emergency medical services workgroup... + continue reading

School safety patrols from Bellaire Elementary sport butterfly face paintings. There were all kinds of games, prizes and lunch as well as visits from the St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcans and Ronald McDonald. The Vulcans mass knighted the students “Prince and Princesses of the Patrol.” (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Police Week memorial service was held in Maplewood (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 05/23/16
Anna Jaskulka, 18, a senior at North High School, died May 21 at Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury. She was found unresponsive at home after attending prom that night at the Landmark Center in St.... + continue reading

Police Week memorial service was held in Maplewood (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup presented its final report May 9 to the city council (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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School safety patrols from Bellaire Elementary sport butterfly face paintings. There were all kinds of games, prizes and lunch as well as visits from the St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcans and Ronald McDonald. The Vulcans mass knighted the students “Prince and Princesses of the Patrol.” (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Bulletin Area

05/18/2016
Preventative maintenance has been completed at two of New Brighton’s four Mount Simon Hinckley deep wells. The city’s water conservation status has returned to the status of “green.” This change... + continue reading

Though she’s lived in rural Wisconsin for years, Bradley traces her love for writing back to her days as a student at Irondale High School.
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New Brighton native, author Laurel Bradley has just released her fifth novel, “Scream.”
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05/18/2016
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