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ELECTION 2017 The Inver Grove Heights School Board has three seats up for election this year. Two incumbents, Cindy Nordstrom and Lynette Stensargd, are running for reelection. Besides the school board, voters in ISD 199 will also be asked to vote on two referendum questions. According... + continue reading

Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review
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The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council held its annual meeting and board elections on Oct. 18. The annual meeting, a community tradition that community council leaders believe is in it’s 45th year, is a chance for the neighborhood to share a meal together, celebrate its achievements and elect board... + continue reading

East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review
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ELECTION 2017 Marjorie Otto Review staff   With Election Day fewer than three weeks away, St. Paul’s mayoral candidates have been busy attending forums across the city. The candidates visited the East Side on Oct. 17 for a candidate meet-and-greet forum at the Minnesota... + continue reading
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WEST ST. PAUL Dodge Nature Center Halloween Extravaganza Dodge’s Halloween Extravaganza has a smorgasbord of activities to fulfill your Halloween craving. On Friday, Oct. 27 from 5:30 to 10 p.m., hike on the friendly trick or treat trail or through the frightening forest on their scary trail... + continue reading
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On Oct. 12, Tom Dodge cut a ribbon, marking the opening of the Olivia Irvine Dodge Library and History Center. Named after Tom’s mother and the founder of the Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul, this new facility, which is a renovated farm house and the last original structure on... + continue reading

Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review

East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review

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Friday, 10/20/17
ELECTION 2017 The Inver Grove Heights School Board has three seats up for election this year. Two incumbents, Cindy Nordstrom and Lynette Stensargd, are running for reelection. Besides the school board, voters in ISD 199 will also be asked to vote on two referendum questions.... + continue reading

Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review
Friday, 10/20/17
The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council held its annual meeting and board elections on Oct. 18. The annual meeting, a community tradition that community council leaders believe is in it’s 45th year, is a chance for the neighborhood to share a meal together, celebrate its achievements and... + continue reading

East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review
Friday, 10/20/17
ELECTION 2017 Marjorie Otto Review staff   With Election Day fewer than three weeks away, St. Paul’s mayoral candidates have been busy attending forums across the city. The candidates visited the East Side on Oct. 17 for a candidate meet-and-greet forum at the Minnesota... + continue reading
Friday, 10/20/17
WEST ST. PAUL Dodge Nature Center Halloween Extravaganza Dodge’s Halloween Extravaganza has a smorgasbord of activities to fulfill your Halloween craving. On Friday, Oct. 27 from 5:30 to 10 p.m., hike on the friendly trick or treat trail or through the frightening forest on their... + continue reading

Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City Council will be appointing an interim city manager. According to city attorney Soren... + continue reading

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Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review

East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review

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Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review
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Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review
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East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review
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South West Review

Friday, 10/20/17
ELECTION 2017 The Inver Grove Heights School Board has three seats up for election this year. Two incumbents, Cindy Nordstrom and Lynette Stensargd, are running for reelection. Besides the... + continue reading

Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review
10/20/17

East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review
10/20/17

Roseville - Little Canada

Monday, 10/16/17
The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over... + continue reading
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Now through the winter months, Roseville is replacing 1,250 of its 1,600 street signs. courtesy of City of Roseville
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A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
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The property in question, in the 2500 block of Lowry Avenue, is bordered by varying types of land uses, including high density, commercial and single family. The St. Anthony City Council denied a plan to redevelop the site with high-density housing Oct. 10. submitted image
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City... + continue reading

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
10/16/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City... + continue reading

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
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Bulletin Area

10/16/2017
The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over... + continue reading
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Now through the winter months, Roseville is replacing 1,250 of its 1,600 street signs. courtesy of City of Roseville
10/16/2017

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
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The property in question, in the 2500 block of Lowry Avenue, is bordered by varying types of land uses, including high density, commercial and single family. The St. Anthony City Council denied a plan to redevelop the site with high-density housing Oct. 10. submitted image
10/16/2017
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