The yellow lines on the map mark the proposed multi-use trails that would be constructed with the grant money. The dashed line on Marie Avenue is the proposed sidewalk.
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Funds to be used for future trail and sidewalk projects After a lengthy debate among the West St. Paul City Council members, a resolution was approved to accept a $1.19 million grant for future projects at the Feb. 13 meeting with a 3 to 2 vote.  Jim Hartshorn, community development... + continue reading

Jolie Yang is ready for her just-made pudgy pie, an apple-filled cinnamon bread dessert cooked over a fire.
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On Saturday, Feb. 11, families spent an unusually warm winter afternoon out on the ice at Lake Phalen for the annual Phalen Freeze Fest. The festival included ice fishing, learning to cook with a fire, a puppet show from Urban Roots and other winter activities.     + continue reading

Staff and families from the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center located at County Road B and Lexington Avenue in Roseville rallied at Lexington Park Feb. 16 in support of "Day Without Immigrants."
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As restaurants and businesses across the Twin Cities and nation closed Feb. 16 to mark a "Day Without Immigrants," a bilingual daycare center in Roseville did its part to make a statement. Leah and Miguel Retamozo own the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center at County Road B and Lexington... + continue reading

While the St. Paul Zoning Committee rejected to rezone the vacant lot at 1475 Ames Ave. (arrow), a future assisted living facility project may be saved a land swap with the city. The city owns a vacant lot along Magnolia Avenue (black circle).
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Possible land swap with city could save project Plans for an assisted living home at 1475 Ames Ave. have been put on hold after neighbors expressed concerns about increased traffic along the narrow street. While the intention was to rezone the empty lot at 1475 Ames Ave., the District 2... + continue reading

Minnesota Wild hockey players Eric Haula, left, and Zack Mitchell, right, answered questions from South St. Paul Secondary eighth-grade students during an assembly at the school on Feb. 15. The Wild players also stressed how to work hard and believe in yourself to achieve future goals in life.
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On Wednesday, Feb. 15, students at South St. Paul Secondary School received a special treat. Members of the Minnesota Wild visited the school to celebrate the usage of “Future Goals-Hockey Scholar.”  The Future Goals program was launched by the National Hockey League and the NHL Players’... + continue reading

The yellow lines on the map mark the proposed multi-use trails that would be constructed with the grant money. The dashed line on Marie Avenue is the proposed sidewalk.

Jolie Yang is ready for her just-made pudgy pie, an apple-filled cinnamon bread dessert cooked over a fire.

Staff and families from the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center located at County Road B and Lexington Avenue in Roseville rallied at Lexington Park Feb. 16 in support of "Day Without Immigrants."

While the St. Paul Zoning Committee rejected to rezone the vacant lot at 1475 Ames Ave. (arrow), a future assisted living facility project may be saved a land swap with the city. The city owns a vacant lot along Magnolia Avenue (black circle).

Minnesota Wild hockey players Eric Haula, left, and Zack Mitchell, right, answered questions from South St. Paul Secondary eighth-grade students during an assembly at the school on Feb. 15. The Wild players also stressed how to work hard and believe in yourself to achieve future goals in life.

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The yellow lines on the map mark the proposed multi-use trails that would be constructed with the grant money. The dashed line on Marie Avenue is the proposed sidewalk.
Sunday, 02/19/17
Funds to be used for future trail and sidewalk projects After a lengthy debate among the West St. Paul City Council members, a resolution was approved to accept a $1.19 million grant for future projects at the Feb. 13 meeting with a 3 to 2 vote.  Jim Hartshorn, community... + continue reading

The look into a zoning amendment began after the property owners of 6047 Cahill Ave. expressed interest in having mixed use for the property, which has a barn and house.
Sunday, 02/19/17
Vacant house, barn renovations on Cahill spark request  The Inver Grove Heights City Council took the first steps Feb. 13 to change a zoning district to allow a mixed residential/commercial use for an unoccupied house along Cahill Avenue.  Stephen Link, community... + continue reading

Minnesota Wild hockey players Eric Haula, left, and Zack Mitchell, right, answered questions from South St. Paul Secondary eighth-grade students during an assembly at the school on Feb. 15. The Wild players also stressed how to work hard and believe in yourself to achieve future goals in life.
Sunday, 02/19/17
On Wednesday, Feb. 15, students at South St. Paul Secondary School received a special treat. Members of the Minnesota Wild visited the school to celebrate the usage of “Future Goals-Hockey Scholar.”  The Future Goals program was launched by the National Hockey League and the NHL... + continue reading

Staff and families from the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center located at County Road B and Lexington Avenue in Roseville rallied at Lexington Park Feb. 16 in support of "Day Without Immigrants."
Sunday, 02/19/17
As restaurants and businesses across the Twin Cities and nation closed Feb. 16 to mark a "Day Without Immigrants," a bilingual daycare center in Roseville did its part to make a statement. Leah and Miguel Retamozo own the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center at County Road B and... + continue reading

Jolie Yang is ready for her just-made pudgy pie, an apple-filled cinnamon bread dessert cooked over a fire.
Sunday, 02/19/17
On Saturday, Feb. 11, families spent an unusually warm winter afternoon out on the ice at Lake Phalen for the annual Phalen Freeze Fest. The festival included ice fishing, learning to cook with a fire, a puppet show from Urban Roots and other winter activities.     + continue reading

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South St. Paul fourth- through eighth-graders are eligible to enter the third annual “Mayor for the Day” essay contest.  Mayor Jimmy Francis is accepting letters looking for why the students... + continue reading

Minnesota Wild hockey players Eric Haula, left, and Zack Mitchell, right, answered questions from South St. Paul Secondary eighth-grade students during an assembly at the school on Feb. 15. The Wild players also stressed how to work hard and believe in yourself to achieve future goals in life.
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Staff and families from the Bilingual Child Care & Education Center located at County Road B and Lexington Avenue in Roseville rallied at Lexington Park Feb. 16 in support of "Day Without Immigrants."
Sunday, 02/19/17
As restaurants and businesses across the Twin Cities and nation closed Feb. 16 to mark a "Day Without Immigrants," a bilingual daycare center in Roseville did its part to make a statement. Leah... + continue reading

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Near the beginning of February, Paul Schnell, 55, Maplewood’s public safety director and police chief, told city officials of his plans to retire from his position.  He has been serving as... + continue reading

The Lake Elmo Lions 60th annual Ice Fishing Contest took place on Lake Jane Feb. 5. Although January had unusually warm weather, freezing temperatures returned the week before the contest to thicken up the ice. See more photos on page 14.
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Bruce Fisher, a board member for the North St. Paul Historical Society, explained that one of the buildings was parallel to the Soo Line railroad tracks and had the railcars go right into the building to make loading and unloading easier. The tracks are still there today, although they can’t be seen because they have been paved over.
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Standard Conveyor is long gone, but memories remain When you look out on North St. Paul’s quiet residential neighborhoods and scattering of small shops, it’s hard to imagine the suburb was once a... + continue reading

The Lake Elmo Lions 60th annual Ice Fishing Contest took place on Lake Jane Feb. 5. Although January had unusually warm weather, freezing temperatures returned the week before the contest to thicken up the ice. See more photos on page 14.
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Police responded to the Cub Foods in Arden Hills after a man wearing camouflage jumped over the store’s pharmacy counter with a Taser in hand and ran off with thousands of dollars worth of... + continue reading

Though retired from the Shoreview City Council, Ady Wickstrom was honored on behalf of the city she served for two decades, receiving the “Inspiring Bold Action” award at the 2017 Minnesota Tobacco Control Conference on Jan. 24.
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