October 2018

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Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • October 29. 2018

Days for Girls hygiene kit sewing

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Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 29, 2018

Arden Hills

Bike heist

A 58-year-old man reported Oct. 20 the theft of two bikes and bicycle gear from the 1600 block of Oak Avenue, a $6,022 loss.

 

 

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Arden Hills welcomes National Guard headquarters

The Minnesota National Guard broke ground on a new headquarters in Arden Hills Oct. 15.

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With winter coming, Har Mar eateries offer adventurous Asian broths


Mike Munzenrider A rosy red beef roll is added to simmering broth at Hot Pot 7 by Doan Nguyen, co-owner of that new restaurant in Har Mar Mall, where Vietnamese flavors rule and individual cooking pots are inset into tables.

An enlarging Asian dining enclave on the north end of Har Mar Mall features two new establishments where savory broths are boiling and eating adventures await. With chilly weather imminent, they are the places to go for inner warmth. 

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A quiet autumn afternoon


Marjorie Otto/Review

A robin sipped from a spring-fed stream in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary Oct. 22. The sanctuary is an excellent spot for birding for both small song birds and larger raptors, like bald eagles.

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East Side House candidates discuss issues at League forum


Marjorie Otto/Review Candidates from Minnesota House districts 67A and 67B, which cover the East Side, participated in a League of Women Voters forum on Oct. 23. The most contentious moments of the event centered on women’s rights.

Candidates running for Minnesota House districts 67A and 67B, which represent the East Side, took part in a League of Women Voters forum on Oct. 23 discussing topics like women's rights, health care, voting and more.

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Inver Grove Heights council gives support to police body camera policy

A few months after the issue was first brought before the council, Inver Grove Heights Police Chief Paul Schnell gave an update on a proposed police body camera policy at the council's Oct. 22 meeting.

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Work moves forward with ISD 197 improvements


submitted graphic The new athletic field at Henry Sibley High School, which was given the green light Oct. 16 by the Mendota Heights City Council, will include a new multi-use turf field, track, bleachers and areas for track competitions.

New athletic field approved in conjunction with bond remodel plans

 

Steps were taken Oct. 16 to begin work on items included in the $117 building bond that was approved earlier this year in ISD 197. 

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Payne-Phalen Community Council hires permanent executive director


Photo by Marjorie Otto/Review Jack Byers began his job as the new, permanent executive director of the Payne-Phalen Community Council in September.

First item of business is updating district plan

 

After years of searching for a permanent executive director, the Payne-Phalen Community Council has finally found its match. 

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Future seniors, move your alarms back

Inver Grove Heights School Board approves flipped schedule

 

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