Above, a photo booth was used by many at the Warrior Rally, including a a few members from the Henry Sibley Pom Squad. Right, Dodge Nature Center had a booth at the event where attendees got a chance to hold chickens. photo courtesy of ISD 197
Friday, September 22, 2017
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From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
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First year of medallion hunt is a success.   For Matt Koskie and Steven Sanfter, the Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival medallion was their tenth medallion find this summer. The two treasure hunters found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park last Sunday, on Sept. 17. The first-ever... + continue reading

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Nel Schweiss said she was surprised to find this giant mushroom in her garden, off of Maryland Avenue near Johnson Parkway, on Sept. 1. She called the Review because she wasn’t sure of exactly what the baseketball-sized fungus was. The Review consulted the University of Minnesota Extension... + continue reading

The building at 965 Payne Ave., known locally as the Old Swedish Bank Building, is up for sale. The current owner, East Side Neighborhood Development Company, is looking to get out of the business of being a building owner to focus more on East Side development projects. courtesy of Google Maps Street View
Friday, September 22, 2017
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For fans of the historic Old Swedish Bank Building, now is your chance to own it.  The 965 Payne Ave. building is on sale for $629,900. A cornerstone of the Payne Avenue economic corridor for more than 80 years, the three-story building is about 16,000 square feet with three floors and a... + continue reading

Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Maplewood and Minnesota declare September Hunger Action Month   In 2016, 15.6 million U.S. households didn’t have enough food for each family member, according to the United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service.  Although food security is a year-round... + continue reading

Above, a photo booth was used by many at the Warrior Rally, including a a few members from the Henry Sibley Pom Squad. Right, Dodge Nature Center had a booth at the event where attendees got a chance to hold chickens. photo courtesy of ISD 197

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review

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The building at 965 Payne Ave., known locally as the Old Swedish Bank Building, is up for sale. The current owner, East Side Neighborhood Development Company, is looking to get out of the business of being a building owner to focus more on East Side development projects. courtesy of Google Maps Street View

Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland

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Monday, 09/25/17
Roseville police are investigating the killing of a 35-year-old man who was found shot outside an apartment complex Sept. 23. Dondi Antwan Nalls, of Roseville, was unconscious and had been shot multiple times when an officer found him lying on the ground outside the Centennial Garden... + continue reading

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
Friday, 09/22/17
First year of medallion hunt is a success.   For Matt Koskie and Steven Sanfter, the Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival medallion was their tenth medallion find this summer. The two treasure hunters found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park last Sunday, on Sept. 17. The first-... + continue reading

The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps
Friday, 09/22/17
On Sept. 19, the Mendota Heights City Council approved an agreement with KLJ Engineering for a traffic study of Dodd Road. City Administrator Mark McNeill said the traffic study was one of the items identified by the council as one of the city’s goals and objectives to be accomplished... + continue reading

The man seen in security footage from the Arcade-Phalen American Legion is suspected of stealing $2,500 from the establishment on Sept. 19. courtesy of Arcade-Phalen American Legion
Friday, 09/22/17
A man apparently stole $2,500 from the Arcade-Phalen American Legion using a ruse to simply walk out of the veterans association with the cash. The theft took place Sept. 19 at about 8:30 a.m. at the Legion, which is located at 1129 Arcade St. According to St. Paul Police... + continue reading

The building at 965 Payne Ave., known locally as the Old Swedish Bank Building, is up for sale. The current owner, East Side Neighborhood Development Company, is looking to get out of the business of being a building owner to focus more on East Side development projects. courtesy of Google Maps Street View
Friday, 09/22/17
For fans of the historic Old Swedish Bank Building, now is your chance to own it.  The 965 Payne Ave. building is on sale for $629,900. A cornerstone of the Payne Avenue economic corridor for more than 80 years, the three-story building is about 16,000 square feet with three... + continue reading

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Above, a photo booth was used by many at the Warrior Rally, including a a few members from the Henry Sibley Pom Squad. Right, Dodge Nature Center had a booth at the event where attendees got a chance to hold chickens. photo courtesy of ISD 197

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review

The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps

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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

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
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The Harvest Festival medallion was found by looking south through a hole in a rock in “Swede Henge,” a sculpture at the north end of the park. Looking through the hole, there is a green pole with a large tree to the left. The medallion was hidden in a bread bag in the tree. courtesy of Ed Brodie
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The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps
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The area is set to see an increase in traffic due to the new Minnesota Vikings facility currently under construction in Eagan, and other area development. courtesy of Google Maps
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Above, a photo booth was used by many at the Warrior Rally, including a a few members from the Henry Sibley Pom Squad. Right, Dodge Nature Center had a booth at the event where attendees got a chance to hold chickens. photo courtesy of ISD 197
Friday, 09/22/17

From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review
09/22/17

The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps
09/22/17

Marjorie Otto/Review
09/22/17

Roseville - Little Canada

Monday, 09/25/17
Roseville police are investigating the killing of a 35-year-old man who was found shot outside an apartment complex Sept. 23. Dondi Antwan Nalls, of Roseville, was unconscious and had been shot... + continue reading

Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
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With the help of volunteers and donors, Maplewood-based food bank Second Harvest Heartland served more than half a million people last year in its service area, which includes 59 counties in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
09/19/17 -

A science room at Roseville Area Middle School. Science teachers use the same space for teaching and laboratory time. Approval of the district’s building bond would create funding to build separate space for teaching and science labs. Mike Munzenrider
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Roseville Area Middle School was built in 1963. It was originally Frank B. Kellogg High School and sporadically upgraded over the years, the last time being in 2004. Mike Munzenrider
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School desks stored in a cafeteria at Roseville Area Middle School are indicative of the Roseville Area School District’s need for more space. “Here’s our lack of storage,” says Todd Lieser, the district’s supervisor of building grounds. “We have nowhere to put the chairs.” Because of the lack of space and increasing enrollment, the district is asking voters to approve a $144 million building bond this fall that will upgrade and expand the district’s 11 buildings. Mike Munzenrider
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Roseville Area Middle School’s gyms would be improved if the district’s building bond request is approved. Mike Munzenrider
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Non-voter approved Long-Term Facilities Maintenance funding, $12 million of which that was approved by the school board this summer, will be used to improve heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems, among other things, at Roseville schools. Roseville Area Middle School’s boilers were installed when the school was built in 1963. Mike Munzenrider
09/18/17 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
Tuesday, 09/19/17
Maplewood and Minnesota declare September Hunger Action Month   In 2016, 15.6 million U.S. households didn’t have enough food for each family member, according to the United States... + continue reading

Clowns from various clown clubs delighted children and adults alike as they made their way through the downtown area during the Fall Round Up parade in North St. Paul.
09/19/17

The groundbreaking celebration for a new nature center in Lake Elmo was held Sept. 10 in Sunfish Lake Park. The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center is being built in memory of a longtime Lake Elmo resident who enjoyed visiting Sunfish Lake Park, nature centers and gift shops. Construction is expected to be completed later this year, with a grand opening planned for late winter or early spring. submitted rendering
09/19/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
Tuesday, 09/19/17
Maplewood and Minnesota declare September Hunger Action Month   In 2016, 15.6 million U.S. households didn’t have enough food for each family member, according to the United States... + continue reading

Clowns from various clown clubs delighted children and adults alike as they made their way through the downtown area during the Fall Round Up parade in North St. Paul.
09/19/17 -

The groundbreaking celebration for a new nature center in Lake Elmo was held Sept. 10 in Sunfish Lake Park. The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center is being built in memory of a longtime Lake Elmo resident who enjoyed visiting Sunfish Lake Park, nature centers and gift shops. Construction is expected to be completed later this year, with a grand opening planned for late winter or early spring. submitted rendering
09/19/17 -

Bulletin Area


Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Heartland to help repackage bulk items like rice or pasta into manageable amounts. Each volunteer shift is about two and a half hours long. courtesy of Second Harvest Heartland
09/19/2017
Maplewood and Minnesota declare September Hunger Action Month   In 2016, 15.6 million U.S. households didn’t have enough food for each family member, according to the United States... + continue reading

A science room at Roseville Area Middle School. Science teachers use the same space for teaching and laboratory time. Approval of the district’s building bond would create funding to build separate space for teaching and science labs. Mike Munzenrider
,

Roseville Area Middle School was built in 1963. It was originally Frank B. Kellogg High School and sporadically upgraded over the years, the last time being in 2004. Mike Munzenrider
,

School desks stored in a cafeteria at Roseville Area Middle School are indicative of the Roseville Area School District’s need for more space. “Here’s our lack of storage,” says Todd Lieser, the district’s supervisor of building grounds. “We have nowhere to put the chairs.” Because of the lack of space and increasing enrollment, the district is asking voters to approve a $144 million building bond this fall that will upgrade and expand the district’s 11 buildings. Mike Munzenrider
,

Roseville Area Middle School’s gyms would be improved if the district’s building bond request is approved. Mike Munzenrider
,

Non-voter approved Long-Term Facilities Maintenance funding, $12 million of which that was approved by the school board this summer, will be used to improve heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems, among other things, at Roseville schools. Roseville Area Middle School’s boilers were installed when the school was built in 1963. Mike Munzenrider
09/18/2017
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