February 2019

Wed
20
Feb

Oakdale approves tobacco licence moratorium

City to study its approach to tobacco sales 

 

Following an Oakdale Police Department recommendation, on Feb. 12 the Oakdale City Council approved a yearlong moratorium on planning and licensing tobacco stores. 

Wed
20
Feb

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - February 20, 2019

Edgerton Community Garden Plot Registration for 2019 Season

Wed
20
Feb

Little Angels, big heart


Submitted photo

Little Angels preschool students from Guardian Angels Church on Fourth Street North in Oakdale walked down Fourth to give seniors valentines at Oak Meadows Senior Living on Feb. 14.

Wed
20
Feb

LETTER: Maplewood intersection is trashy (literally)

To the Editor:

 

Tue
19
Feb

Teachers will take lessons to Haiti for spring break


courtesy Dan Wenkel Students at the Have Faith Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, take part in science lessons led by visiting Twin Cities educators.

Three educators will spend their spring break teaching art and science to kids in a Haitian orphanage.

With them will be six bins, 18 gallons each, filled with science and art supplies.

Tue
19
Feb

Management efforts at Silver Lake meeting most water quality standards


Matt Hudson Silver Lake as seen Feb. 12.

Water quality measures in Silver Lake are stabilizing — for the most part — as the efforts of a 2011 management plan continue.

Tue
19
Feb

Roseville OKs police officer trainee retention measure

With both the Roseville fire and police departments seeking funding for more personnel in the coming years, the Roseville City Council on Feb. 11 granted a related request made by Police Chief Rick Mathwig.

Tue
19
Feb

Rift deepens over TCAAP development

Ramsey County gives Arden Hills deadline on mediation 

 

Tue
19
Feb

AFSA charter school coming to Little Canada

Students from the Vadnais Heights-based Academy For Sciences and Agriculture will be heading to Little Canada for class in the near future.

Tue
19
Feb

App puts Ramsey County’s CPR-trained citizens on standby

Ramsey County fire departments and medical organizations announced support for the use of an app that directs citizens who know CPR to nearby cardiac arrest victims.

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