Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 is July 25 to 27 at Island Lake County Park at the intersection of Interstate 694 and Victoria Street. Entry and parking are free. “What I absolutely love is that The Slice of Shoreview truly reflects its name; it’s a true... + continue reading

Just prior to being loaded into firetrucks and distributed to other stations, Lake Johanna Fire Department’s 60 new airpacks were on display at the department’s headquarters July 16. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Lake Johanna Fire Department Chief Tim Boehlke said the difference between the department’s new self-contained breathing apparatuses—airpacks, in station parlance—and their old ones, is “night and day.” While giving a rundown of the features on one of the department... + continue reading

Wagon and trailer rides are common before and after the ceremony. They take this trail to make their way around the site. (Tim Faklis/Review)
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Kelly and Arthur Graf wanted to make their wedding as perfect as perfect can get. There’s a lot that goes into planning a wedding -- the dress, the theme colors, the dinner choices, the DJ/band dilemma, or if an open bar is a good idea. Still, the venue can be the ultimate make-or-break... + continue reading

What better dessert in the summer than a fresh-fruit pie? Take it along on a picnic or serve it at a neighborhood get-together. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Monday, July 21, 2014
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‘Tis the season... to harvest the delicious, nutritious, pretty red raspberry. This tasty fruit is beginning to ripen in Minnesota and is ready for picking. It is a treat whether eaten plain or made into jams, sauces, desserts or beverages. A news release from the Minnesota Department of... + continue reading

A public art project coming to the Arlington Hills Community Center may bring a media pod, tables with live plants sprouting from them, and a giant sign proclaiming “We Belong Together” to the new building. (submitted photo)
Monday, July 21, 2014
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If your idea of public art is static paintings or murals on walls, the public art project at Arlington Hills Community Center is redefining the term to embrace both new technology and nature. With a media pod, tables with live plants sprouting from them, and a giant sign proclaiming “We... + continue reading

Just prior to being loaded into firetrucks and distributed to other stations, Lake Johanna Fire Department’s 60 new airpacks were on display at the department’s headquarters July 16. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Wagon and trailer rides are common before and after the ceremony. They take this trail to make their way around the site. (Tim Faklis/Review)

What better dessert in the summer than a fresh-fruit pie? Take it along on a picnic or serve it at a neighborhood get-together. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

A public art project coming to the Arlington Hills Community Center may bring a media pod, tables with live plants sprouting from them, and a giant sign proclaiming “We Belong Together” to the new building. (submitted photo)

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Little Canada Acting Mayor Rick Montour describes the need to combine public works and parks maintenance facilities at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new building held July 23. The new facility, which is projected to cost about $3.9 million, will be located at the northeast corner... + continue reading
Wednesday, 07/23/14 - 0 comment(s)
Maplewood man charged with sexually abusing two young girls Testimony began Monday, July 14, in the trial of Jacoby Kindred Sr., 61, who is accused of sexually abusing two young girls multiple times over the span of a decade. During opening statements, Ramsey County prosecutors... + continue reading

Mason Hermes, who was diagnosed with Stage III Burkitts Lymphoma this spring, dressed up for his senior prom on May 3. (Submitted photo)
Wednesday, 07/23/14 - 0 comment(s)
Just prior to his final quarter before graduation this spring from St. Anthony Village High School, Mason Hermes noticed a pea-sized lump on the side of his face. The lump prompted a trip to the doctor, who said to keep an eye on it, which Hermes did, but just two weeks later things had... + continue reading
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The Joint Development Authority for the redevelopment of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, which is made up of representatives from Arden Hills and Ramsey County, has put the call out for the creation of an Energy Resilience Advisory Board, accepting applications for membership... + continue reading
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Stephanie Lasch arrested at airport in April on plane bound for China Stephanie Lasch A former Oakdale business owner arrested on felony identity theft charges while trying to flee the country in April will not face any additional jail... + continue reading

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A public art project coming to the Arlington Hills Community Center may bring a media pod, tables with live plants sprouting from them, and a giant sign proclaiming “We Belong Together” to the new building. (submitted photo)
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Monday, 07/21/14 - 0 comment(s)
If your idea of public art is static paintings or murals on walls, the public art project at Arlington Hills Community Center is redefining the term to embrace both new technology and nature. With a... + continue reading

Jaylani Hussein
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A map of the section of Payne Avenue near Morelli’s and Yarussos imagines pedestrian plazas, improved lighting, better parking, and added green space. The plan comes out of a city initiative to redesign key streets. As of now, it’s just a plan and lacks funding. (submitted graphic)
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Properties such as this one, on Annapolis Street, were discussed at a recent West St. Paul City Council workshop as illustrations of rental-property codes that need to be tightened. (Photo from city documents)
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Monday, 07/21/14 - 0 comment(s)
Shocked at rundown properties, council kick-starts revamp With more and more tenants complaining about conditions at the homes they rent, the West St. Paul City Council at its July 14 workshop... + continue reading

For a second consecutive year, the Henry Sibley Marching Band swept the awards in its class at the Vikingland Band Festival championship in Alexandria, although the band was smaller and younger than most of the bands it competed against. (submitted photo)
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Performing a “wish”-themed set that included “When You Wish Upon a Star” and scat singing, the Henry Sibley Marching Band garnered special awards recognizing the color guard, winds and percussion, sweeping its class for the second year in a row at the state championship June 29. (submitted photo)
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Roseville - Little Canada

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Surveillance video of two suspects in robbery, shooting that took place July 21 at Pawn America in Roseville, Minnesota. Police are attempting to identify the two men, one of whom shot an... + continue reading

Two men are suspected of robbing a Roseville Pawn America store and shooting an employee in the leg the evening of Monday, July 21. Police are currently searching for information regarding the suspects' identies and getaway vehicle, a dark-colored 2005-2010 Chevy Cobalt without license plates, shown above in images taken from video surveillance. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

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Stephanie Lasch arrested at airport in April on plane bound for China Stephanie Lasch A former Oakdale business owner arrested on felony identity... + continue reading

Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located at Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza at Tenth Street and I-694. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Customers seeking bargains flooded the Oakdale Kmart on Wednesday, July 2 for the discount retailer’s going-out-of-business sale. The store will close for good at Bergen Plaza on September 26. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
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New Oakdale police officer James Richards takes the oath of office administered by mayor Carmen Sarrack on June 24. (Submitted photo)
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

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Wednesday, 07/23/14 - 0 comment(s)
Maplewood man charged with sexually abusing two young girls Testimony began Monday, July 14, in the trial of Jacoby Kindred Sr., 61, who is accused of sexually abusing two young girls multiple... + continue reading

A breakdown of the land use plan for the TCAAP site that was approved at Arden Hills’ June 30 city council meeting.
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Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 is July 25 to 27 at Island Lake County Park at the intersection of Interstate 694 and Victoria Street. Entry and parking are free.... + continue reading

Just prior to being loaded into firetrucks and distributed to other stations, Lake Johanna Fire Department’s 60 new airpacks were on display at the department’s headquarters July 16. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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Engineer Bruce Carlson loads one of the department’s new airpacks into a firetruck. The brackets that hold them are built into the truck’s seats.
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Captain Nate Berg wearing the new equipment.
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Mason Hermes, who was diagnosed with Stage III Burkitts Lymphoma this spring, dressed up for his senior prom on May 3. (Submitted photo)
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In a show of support, Hermes’ teachers and classmates wore “1 With Mason” T-shirts at St. Anthony Village High School earlier this year. (Submitted photo)
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Mason Hermes and his mother, Jenny Kuykendall, at home July 15. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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