Elections

 

Tue
20
Aug

Candidates set for county board special election

Frethem, Jessup cruise through primary

Mike Munzenrider
executive editor

Tue
20
Aug

St. Anthony ballot to feature familiar faces, but no Faust


Jerry Faust

Bridget Kranz
staff writer

Tue
20
Aug

Candidate filing closes, setting up local races

Candidate filing closed Aug. 13 for the handful of local elections taking place in the north suburbs this fall.

All three school boards covered by the Roseville Review and Bulletin newspapers will elect new members this November.

Mon
19
Aug

Ballots set for South-West school board elections

With filing closing Aug. 13, the ballots are set for school board elections in the South-West area.

Mon
19
Aug

Expect full ballots in this year’s St. Paul elections

Candidate filling for the city council and school board races closed Aug. 13 and East Siders will be seeing full ballots this fall.

Tue
30
Jul

County board primary to narrow field to 2 for special election

The race to fill Blake Huffman’s former seat on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is an unusually crowded contest, meriting a primary on Tuesday, Aug. 13, to narrow the field to two candidates.

Tue
30
Jul

Filing for 5 odd-year elections open in north suburbs

As of July 30 candidate filing is open for this year’s regularly scheduled elections in the north suburbs — three school board races and two municipals.

Tue
25
Jun

Crowded race set for county board

9 seek to replace Huffman going into August primary

 

Wed
19
Dec

Irondale, Rotary Club join for Harvest Pack event


Matt Hudson Students at Irondale High School portioned and packed dry food into bags for delivery to those in need Dec. 11, as part of this year’s Harvest Pack event with the New Brighton-Mounds View Rotary Club.

Matt Hudson

staff writer

 

The dry food started in boxes stacked in the Irondale High School cafeteria.

Wed
19
Dec

Lauderdale takes control of Eustis and Roselawn


Mike Munzenrider With a Dec. 11 vote, Lauderdale took control of Eustis Street and Roselawn Avenue from Ramsey County, and plans to improve both roadways next summer.

The Lauderdale City Council voted its way to control of two major streets in the city and is in line to get some $850,000 for the trouble.

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