Lilydale's Lilydaze Festival went on Sept. 15, 2013 and had local businesses, such as The Perfect Ash and others on hand during the event. This year's will be Sept. 20 with the usual "food, fun and friendship," as well as an educational video on a bluff restoration project.
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Attend 4th annual festival, learn about bluff restoration After record-setting rain doused the city in the 1960s for the umpteenth time, Lilydale uprooted itself from the floodplain and latched on to the bluffs above, making the tree-covered cliffs and riverfront vista integral to the city'... + continue reading

All Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School students may be getting new coats this winter as part of a fundraising effort by the St. Paul Fire Department. (submitted photo)
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If things go as planned, every single student at Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School will be getting a new coat this winter.   Those roughly 500 coats will come through an initiative called Operation Warm, a national fundraising effort taken up locally by the St.... + continue reading

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Versatile native grain is not just for the holidays anymore There’s a crisp feel of autumn in the air. Migratory birds are beginning to take flight, and gardens are in late-season bloom, with pumpkins, squash and gourds turning rich shades of orange, red and green. Cool fall days also... + continue reading

It was business as usual at the Rainbow Foods in West St. Paul Wednesday afternoon. The company that bought the site this spring plans to close the grocery store and start "employment separations" in November. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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Possibility of redevelopment a 'unique opportunity' for city The company that bought Rainbow Foods in West St. Paul this spring plans to close the grocery store this fall, due to decisions "based on business considerations." According to a letter sent to West St. Paul Mayor... + continue reading

Hill-Murray senior quarterback Sam Westby (13) stiff arms Polar defense on his way to a 3rd quarter touchdown. The Pioneers won 36-18 at North Sept. 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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St. Thomas Cadets drop Titans big time As the high school football teams wrapped up the second games of the 2014 season, the visiting Hill-Murray Pioneers took control Friday night to defeat North in a high-scoring contest. Tartan was on the road at St. Thomas Academy, and the Cadets quickly... + continue reading

Lilydale's Lilydaze Festival went on Sept. 15, 2013 and had local businesses, such as The Perfect Ash and others on hand during the event. This year's will be Sept. 20 with the usual "food, fun and friendship," as well as an educational video on a bluff restoration project.

All Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School students may be getting new coats this winter as part of a fundraising effort by the St. Paul Fire Department. (submitted photo)

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It was business as usual at the Rainbow Foods in West St. Paul Wednesday afternoon. The company that bought the site this spring plans to close the grocery store and start "employment separations" in November. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Hill-Murray senior quarterback Sam Westby (13) stiff arms Polar defense on his way to a 3rd quarter touchdown. The Pioneers won 36-18 at North Sept. 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

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Woman told relative she 'feared for her life' days prior to death A month after a West St. Paul woman was found dead in her apartment Aug. 10, police discovered a "selfie" on her boyfriend's cell phone of him lying next to her on a bed. In the photo, she appears... + continue reading

Another lot at the St. Paul Port Authority’s Beacon Bluff site may see a new building pop up. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Slowly but surely, the St. Paul Port Authority’s Beacon Bluff sites are filling in. In the latest, a 58,000 square-foot building could pop out of the ground along Phalen Boulevard by February 2015. The Port Authority is looking to do site preparation work for the new office... + continue reading
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The West St. Paul Police Department has increased patrols in areas recently hit with a rash of thefts and burglaries, and the city issued an alert online Sept. 12 advising residents of the spike in crime. According to police Lt. Brian Sturgeon, the number of thefts and burglaries started... + continue reading

Lilydale's Lilydaze Festival went on Sept. 15, 2013 and had local businesses, such as The Perfect Ash and others on hand during the event. This year's will be Sept. 20 with the usual "food, fun and friendship," as well as an educational video on a bluff restoration project.
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Attend 4th annual festival, learn about bluff restoration After record-setting rain doused the city in the 1960s for the umpteenth time, Lilydale uprooted itself from the floodplain and latched on to the bluffs above, making the tree-covered cliffs and riverfront vista integral to the... + continue reading

All Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School students may be getting new coats this winter as part of a fundraising effort by the St. Paul Fire Department. (submitted photo)
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If things go as planned, every single student at Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School will be getting a new coat this winter.   Those roughly 500 coats will come through an initiative called Operation Warm, a national fundraising effort taken up locally by... + continue reading

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Another lot at the St. Paul Port Authority’s Beacon Bluff site may see a new building pop up. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Slowly but surely, the St. Paul Port Authority’s Beacon Bluff sites are filling in. In the latest, a 58,000 square-foot building could pop out of the ground along Phalen Boulevard by February... + continue reading

All Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary School students may be getting new coats this winter as part of a fundraising effort by the St. Paul Fire Department. (submitted photo)
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Ramsey County has for years been considering what to do with the outdated juvenile detention facility Boys Totem Town. A recent county board vote could mean the county will team up with Hennepin County for juvenile detention programming and facilities. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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The District 199 School Board appointed Sherry Warrick to fill the board seat left vacant by Bridget Cronin, who resigned in August due to a change in her residency, at a special meeting Sept. 8... + continue reading

Surrounded by some of his family, Inver Grove Heights native and Indiana principal Tim McIntosh holds up a check he received after being named "Educator of the Year" at Peabody Energy's Leaders in Education Awards dinner. (Submitted photo)
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Vadnais Heights and Roseville, two recent recipients of Wal-Mart Supercenters, have found that although the retail hubs attract crowds of shoppers, they also require a good deal of police attention,... + continue reading

Jerry and Jana Kyser of Roseville organize bi-annual Honor Flights out of the Twin Cities that take World War II veterans to the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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Kyser, a North Dakota native, served in the Vietnam War for three years in the late 1960s as a young man in his early 20s. His main duties included delivering supplies and transporting soldiers via helicopter.
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The Kysers have helped more than 1,100 World War II veterans take the Twin Cities Honor Flight. Each flight costs an estimated $75,000 to put on -- and the veterans "don't pay a dime," Jerry says.
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The Kmart in Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza would close Sept. 13 after months of a going-out of-business liquidation. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Last Sunday marked the end of an era in retail shopping at Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza. The Kmart store that has been offering clothing, sporting goods, housewares, lawn and garden tools, seasonal... + continue reading

The Allina Health Clinic opened in Oakdale near Hwy 694 and Hwy 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Ebenezer Flomo, Janelle Voxland and HELLO Lofa County Director Richard Mulbah, left, pose with some school children in Lofa County Liberia. (submitted photo)
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HELLO Executive Director Ebenezer Flomo and his wife Janelle Voxland photographed on a 2013 trip to Liberia. The couple hope to return to the country to visit with family and friends as soon as the Ebola crisis has been eradicated. (submitted photo)
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Visitors to the Maplewood Police Department’s Saturday open house can meet one of the department’s K-9 teams -- and see the expanded and improved police facilities. (file photo)
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The Maplewood Police Department will hold an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13. The open house is the first opportunity for members of the community to see the police department... + continue reading

National Hockey League legend and North St. Paul native Bret Hedican speaks to students in the Bauer-Emerson Prep Academy gymnasium. (Tim Faklis/Review staff)
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The new Veterans Memorial Park will be located at the site of the former Cannon Park, northeast of Highway 36 and Margaret Street. (Tim Faklis/Review)
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After a month on the run, Lyle "Ty" Hoffman, wanted since Aug. 11 for the killing of Kelly L. Phillips at an Arden Hills gas station, was arrested in Shakopee on Thursday, Sept. 11.... + continue reading

Paramedics Kenny DeRosier and Albert Reiff receive cards from twins Etta and Elsie Slabiak, now 3, with their mother Becky, Aug. 28 during a paramedic recognition event. DeRosier and Reiff drove Becky to the hospital while she was in labor with the twins and had the complication of a prolapsed umbilical cord. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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Pete, Elsie, Etta and Becky Slabiak check out an ambulance at the Allina Medical Transportation center in Mounds View. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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